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Georgie Porgie: A Heartwarming Tale

Georgie Porgie: A Heartwarming Tale

New beginnings come twice in the lives of homeless pets – the day they arrive at the Lycoming County SPCA and the day they go home with new families. For George, also lovingly known as Georgie Porgie, his new beginning came in the nick of time. George was found...
Kittens Saved from Under House

Kittens Saved from Under House

For our final story in this year’s #GivingTuesday series, we are sharing one of our most heartwarming stories of the year. It was the middle of September when Sam’s finder discovered him and his four littermates under a house. The house was abandoned and...
Officer Adopts Dog He Rescued

Officer Adopts Dog He Rescued

For Bucky, it was the best of times and it was the worst of times. The best was that he was young (just seven months old), friendly, and had his whole life ahead of him. The worst: he had lost his home. The happy-go-lucky Retriever was found wandering as a stray...
Thankful Trouble: Blind Dog Navigates Life at the SPCA

Thankful Trouble: Blind Dog Navigates Life at the SPCA

Though Trouble might not be able to see you, he sure can tell you thanks! This happy boy greets everyone with tail wagging. “He’s very sweet, very trusting, and so intelligent,” Trouble’s caregivers say. “He loves when you whisper in his...
Sweet Dreams: Baby Guinea Pigs Born at the Shelter

Sweet Dreams: Baby Guinea Pigs Born at the Shelter

Just this week, two little ones arrived at the SPCA, opening their eyes for the first time. And by little, we mean little! Two baby guinea pigs came into the world, looking about as cute as can be. Their mom, barely an adult herself had just been surrendered the day...
Titan and Tate: A Tale of Two Bunnies

Titan and Tate: A Tale of Two Bunnies

This is a tale of two bunnies. Once upon a time, in a land not so far away, two baby bunnies were born. The brothers were born into tight, crowded quarters and the home they were living in was soon declared unfit for occupancy. The boys’ owner had to move far...
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