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A Boy and His Hammock

A Boy and His Hammock

Since March is Adopt-a-Guinea-Pig month (who knew, right?), we thought that your inbox would appreciate a photo of a guinea pig and his beloved hammock. Now, if you love pets, you do not need us to tell you how different their personalities can be. Sprocket was no...
Brotherly and Sisterly Love: Bonded Siblings Long for a Home Together

Brotherly and Sisterly Love: Bonded Siblings Long for a Home Together

Church loves Rose. And Rose loves Church. Without each other, well, life just doesn’t feel as good. The sweet brother and sister have been bonded since birth. Their life journey has included many ups and downs, but one thing has remained constant: the love they...
Magical Days for Mattie

Magical Days for Mattie

Mattie sure does look cute in her Christmas sweater. And those ears…well, who can resist a chuckle? The sweet little girl came to the Lycoming County SPCA the Saturday after Thanksgiving. While folks were beginning their Christmas shopping, Mattie was beginning...
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...
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