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An Unlikely Friendship

An Unlikely Friendship

It was a beautiful spring day when infant Darrel was brought to the SPCA. He was just a few weeks old and had been found underneath a porch way up in the hills of the Lycoming Creek valley. He was just the cutest thing. All fluff and big eyeballs, with these little...
Oreo: A Warm and Fuzzy Adoption Story

Oreo: A Warm and Fuzzy Adoption Story

Happy Thanksgiving! As we celebrate all that we are grateful for, we thought we would dive in and serve up a good, old-fashioned dish of warm and fuzzy adoption story. Meet Oreo. Oreo came in to the SPCA as a stray last December. It was cold, it was right after...
Tiny Kittens Given Life-Saving Boost

Tiny Kittens Given Life-Saving Boost

A new era dawned at the Lycoming County SPCA this past summer. We initiated a new policy for feral, or “community” cats. It was common for us to receive these cats from people who had trapped them, often hundreds a year. However, these outdoor cats rarely...
Wascally Wabbits

Wascally Wabbits

Wow, what a year! Over 3,000 animals have come through the Lycoming County SPCA’s doors so far in 2019. That is a lot of animals, and it takes a village, let us tell you, a village of dedicated volunteers, donors, and staff, to provide a rich experience for...
Tiny but Mighty – Kittens on the Front Lines

Tiny but Mighty – Kittens on the Front Lines

Though the tiny, sleeping tike in the photograph above may appear delicate, he is, in fact, very mighty! Unlike his parents and likely grandparents before him, this little kitten will not live out his life as a community cat. Instead, he will go on to live in a loving...
Dallas Rides into the Sunset: Home at Last!

Dallas Rides into the Sunset: Home at Last!

You could see it in his eyes. The big fella was confused and nervous. Dallas had lived with his owner for just four months when he was surrendered to the SPCA because of landlord issues. At barely one year old, the lean German-Shepherd-mix had been bounced around...