Rescue an Animal and Adopt Your New Best Friend
Woolwich Township, NJ – Saint Francis Veterinary Center, an award-winning, American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA)-accredited specialty practice for animals, will host an adoption event, in conjunction with the Pennsylvania Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (PSPCA), from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., on Saturday, December 7, 2013. The event will take place at Saint Francis Veterinary Center’s facility, located at 392 Kings Highway, Woolwich Township, NJ.
A variety of pets, including dogs and cats of various breeds and ages, will be available for adoption at the event. Individuals interested in adopting should bring two forms of identification, proof of address and proof of pet-friendly facilities if relevant, and an adoption application, available on the PSPCA website and at the Saint Francis Veterinary Center facility.
“The amazing response we get from the community during our adoption events keeps us motivated to find loving homes for these deserving animals,” said Julie Fitzpatrick, Chief Operating Officer at Saint Francis Veterinary Center. “If you are considering adopting a pet, we encourage you to stop by our event this Saturday and give these animals a second, better chance at life.”
PSCPA’s adoption fees are $75 for medium to large sized mix breed dogs over one year old, $300 for dogs under 35 pounds, pure breeds and puppies, $50 for cats over six months, and $75 for kittens. All adoption fees include spay or neuter surgery, microchip, ID tag, and vaccines. Cash, checks, and credit cards are acceptable payment options.
Potential pet owners and animal lovers are encouraged to attend the event to interact with the animals available for adoption. An onsite facilitator is available to discuss the adoption process with anyone who is interested Monetary and item donations, including new and gently-used toys, blankets, treats and other pet items are also appreciated, and will be accepted at the event.
Saint Francis Veterinary Center will host an adoption event the first Saturday of every month in association with the PSPCA throughout 2014. For more information on Saint Francis Veterinary Center, please visit http://www.saintfrancis.org/, or its Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/SaintFrancisVets. For more information about the Johari and Jimmy Rollins Center for Animal Rehabilitation, please visit http://www.saintfrancis.org/rollinscenter/ or contact Julie Hirsch at (856) 467-0050.
About Saint Francis Veterinary Center
Saint Francis Veterinary Center is an award-winning specialty referral practice that has achieved accreditation by the American Animal Hospital Association, a designation that is earned by only 15% of veterinary hospitals in North America. Based in Woolwich Township, N.J. the center is home to Board Certified specialists and experienced clinicians specializing in 24/7 emergency and critical care, surgery, internal medicine, cardiology, radiology, ophthalmology, physical rehabilitation, nuclear medicine, and holistic and natural therapies. For more information please visit http://www.saintfrancis.org
About the Pennsylvania SPCA
Since 1867, the Pennsylvania SPCA, a non-profit 501(c)3 organization headquartered at 350 East Erie Avenue, Philadelphia, has been dedicated to preventing animal cruelty and rescuing animals from abuse and neglect. The Pennsylvania SPCA's lifesaving programs for animals include a low-cost veterinary clinic, low-cost spay and neuter services, pet adoption facilities, and the Pennsylvania SPCA Humane Law Enforcement Department. For more information about adopting, donating or volunteering, please call 215.426.6300 or visit www.pspca.org.