Animal Stories

Thanks to You, Thousands of Lives Saved

Thanks to You, Thousands of Lives Saved

Together, we have made an incredible difference in the lives of thousands of homeless pets in Lycoming County – and it is all thanks to the dedication of SPCA supporters like you. Indeed, if it had not been for you, Duke would not have found his second chance....
Celebrating America’s Dog

Celebrating America’s Dog

October is National Adopt-a-Shelter-Dog Month and National Pit-Bull Month, so who better to spotlight than a dog who exemplifies both? Meet Panda. Panda’s story parallels many a pitbull’s story here in America’s shelters. He arrived as a homeless pet...
Couple drives hundreds of miles to adopt bonded brothers

Couple drives hundreds of miles to adopt bonded brothers

Walt and Wally had grown up together in north-central Pennsylvania. They spent their days cuddling, exploring, and sharing life’s ups and downs with each other. At six years and eight years old, the friendly black and orange cats were pretty settled. Then, their...
Velvet: the little guinea pig that could

Velvet: the little guinea pig that could

Velvet is looking spry today, and it is all thanks to you. When the little guinea pig arrived at the SPCA, she needed a safe landing. Caretakers set her up with fresh hay, pellets, and cozy bedding, all of the things a piggie needs to be happy and healthy. She was...
Critically Ill Dog Given a Second Chance

Critically Ill Dog Given a Second Chance

Pearl is one of the fluffiest dogs you’ll ever meet. (And we know the competition among fluffy dogs is pretty fierce.) When she arrived at the Lycoming County SPCA, Pearl had just been found as a stray on a busy street outside of a Starbucks. How she got there,...
Lives Saved – Kittens given a second chance

Lives Saved – Kittens given a second chance

https://www.lycomingspca.org/wp-content/uploads/Kittens.mp4   Meredith Grey will be spending her spring playing with her kitten brothers and sisters. (Appropriately named Alex Karev, Derek Shepherd, Preston Burke, Cristina Yang, and George O’Malley, as...
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