Piazza Pet of the Week

The Piazza Pet of the Week was created over two years ago in efforts to help homeless cats and dogs find new homes. The Chris Stigall show on 1210-AM WPHT brings its listeners the latest Piazza Pet each Wednesday at 7:50am.  Chris and the PSPCA will tell you all about the lovable animals that visit the studio each week!

The Pennsylvania SPCA is an independent organization that is not a branch of any other humane society.  It was founded nearly 150 years ago and is the largest humane organization in Pennsylvania! We are glad to partner with them for this unique program.
               
 
 
                                                                
Check out Natasha in the video below! Colt, Tia, and Daisy are ready to be adopted!

  
 Natasha
Natasha is a 1 year old Pittie/Labrador Retriever Mix who was rescued by the PSPCA's Humane Law Enforcement Team just last week. Natasha is a wonderfully sweet dog, but she is a little shy at first. Don't worry, she will warm up quickly to you! Stop by the shelter today to meet her!
 
  
 Zoey - Adopted!!
Zoey is a two month old kitten. She and her sister, Zelda, are both available for adoption. Zoey is super sweet and can go into any home. Stop by the PSPCA to adopt a feline friend today!
 
  
 Blue - Adopted!!
Blue is a six year old Yorkie Mix. He was surrendered to the PSPCA when his family moved and could not take him along. Blue is super friendly! He loves to meet new people. Blue is a great candidate for homes with teenagers 13 and up. He is excited to find his forever home!
 
  
 Chicago - Adopted!!
Chicago is a two month old Pittie Mix puppy. He is so cute!! Chicago is a great candidate for any home! He was brought to the PSPCA with his siblings when their owner could no longer care for them. Until recently, Chicago was in foster care until he was big enough to be adopted. Hurry in to the shelter today to meet him!
 
  
 Pharaoh - Adopted!!
Pharaoh is a nine year old Pittie Mix. Pharaoh was left behind at the PSPCA when his family was forced to move. He had lived in a family home his entire life and he is confused and stressed in the shelter environment. Pharaoh is the sweetest! He has lived with children, dogs, and cats too! Come meet him today!
 
  
 Tia
Tia is a 1 year old grey tabby cat. She was found as a stray and brought to the PSPCA by a Good Samaritan. Tia is FIV positive (weakened immune system) and has a mild brain condition that causes her to walk funny. She is the sweetest cat, though! Stop by the shelter and give her the chance she deserves!
 
  
 Meadow - Adopted!!
Meadow is a two year old pocket pittie mix. She was surrendered to the PSPCA because her owner could no longer afford to care for her. Meadow is so sweet and she loves everyone she meets! Meadow is approved to live in a house with children of all ages! She is even a fan of other dogs too. Come meet your new best friend!
 
  
 Daisy
Daisy is a three year old Pocket Pittie/Cane Corso Mix. She is the sweetest girl who loves to give kisses and be with her favorite people. Daisy is currently in foster care and her foster mom says she is doing great! She is house trained, crate trained, and getting along with the other dog in the home - Henry! Daisy cannot wait to meet you!
         
  
 Colt 
Colt is a 2 year old Pit Bull Terrier Mix. Colt loves peanut butter, going for walks, and taking naps. He is sweet and gentle and waiting to find his forever family! Colt is looking to charm his way into your life with his beautiful eyes and handsome face. Come meet him today!
 
 
              

Piazza Pet of the Week Update: Over 150 Pets Adopted!

Congratulations to all the Piazza Pets of the Week on finding new places to call home. Piazza Honda of Springfield hopes you get all the love you deserve. Also a "thank you" goes out to their new owners and everyone else involved in this great sponsorship.

The snapshots below represent only a handful of pets that found new homes through the Piazza Pet Program. To see more animals that were helped click here.

  
  
 
 

        
 
     
 
      

 
 
  
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