Piazza Pet of the Week

The staff of Piazza Honda of Reading are excited about our Pet Adoption Program called the Piazza Pet of the Week!  Each Wednesday at 7:50am during the Chris Stigall show on 1210-AM WPHT, the new Piazza Pet of the Week will be announced by the PSPCA!

The PSPCA is headquartered in Philadelphia where they were founded nearly 150 years ago! The PSPCA is the largest and most comprehensive humane society in Pennsylvania. Join their mission and support the programs that improve the lives of animals in our region!
             
 
 
                            

Please scroll to watch Marina in the video below!

  
 Marina
Marina is a nine year old senior Pittie. She first came to the PSPCA from the city shelter when she was a young girl. She has since returned after she was found as a stray this year. Marina is the sweetest and most calm dog! She loves to be around people and could go into any home. Help us find Marina the forever home of her dreams!
 
  
 Layla
Layla is a two year old Pittie Chinese Sharpei Mix. She is a great candidate for any home! Layla loves people of all ages and other dogs too. She is the sweetest! Layla was pulled from the city shelter with the hopes that she would find her forever family soon!
 
  
 Metteo
Metteo is a wonderful 1 year old Chihuahua Mix. He was surrendered to the PSPCA along with 32 other Chihuahua dogs and puppies, because their owner could no longer afford to care for them. All of the dogs are looking for loving forever families to take them in. Metteo is very sweet and playful. He is a great candidate for any home!
 
  
 Jingles - Adopted!!
Jingles is a sweetheart! She was rescued along with 118 other cats from a home. They were kept in deplorable conditions and did not receive any medical care. Due to the neglect, Jingles needed both eyes removed. Even without her sight, her spirit is incredible! Jingles will head butt everyone she meets and she doesn't mind being picked up. Stop by the PSPCA to meet this sweet angel cat.
 
  
 Lulu - Adopted!!
Lulu is a seven year old smooth Collie Mix. She is adorable and calmly curious. Lulu was rescued by the PSPCA's Humane Law Enforcement Team and is now ready to find her forever home. She loves treats, going for walks, being groomed, and relaxing. Lulu gets along with children of all ages and other dogs too.
 
  
 Sandy - Adopted!!
Sandy's soulful eyes and adorable face make you want to laugh one minute and hug him the next. Have a treat ready when you say "sit", because he'll do it in a flash. Smart and sensitive, well-behaved and curious, Sandy is your go-to guy to get away from life's challenges. Sandy was rescued from cruelty and is more than ready to find his forever family! He is perfect with children ages five and up!
 
  
 Little Foot - Adopted!!
Little Foot is a two year old Pittie Mix. She was rescued earlier this month by the PSPCA's Humane Law Enforcement Team. Little Foot suffered a traumatic leg injury that caused her back hind leg to be amputated. She was also severely underweight and neglected. Little Foot recovered nicely in the shelter hospital - even running within a week post surgery. Is Little Foot the sweet, resilient girl for you?
 
  
 Pup Pup - Adopted!!
Pup Pup is a four year old Pittie Mix. She came to the PSPCA a shy and ear infection riddled dog. Pup Pup's ear infections were so severe she needs a $5,000 ear surgery. The PSPCA is fundraising her surgery, but she still needs a wonderful forever home! Pup Pup loves kids! She would be a great candidate for homes with kids ages six and up. Stop by the PSPCA to meet Pup Pup today!
 
  
 Vernon - Adopted!!
Vernon is a two year old Chihuahua Mix. Vernon is so sweet and cuddly. Vernon is a candidate for any home! He is good with children of all ages and other dogs. Vernon cannot wait to meet his forever family!
 
 
 
 
 
        
         
    

 
Piazza Pet of the Week Adoptions:

Congratulations to our Piazza Pets of the Week on their adoptions! All of us at Piazza are thankful to those that made this happen including their new owners. We are confident that the success of the program will continue with support from you!

The picture of the pets below represent some of the cats and dogs that have found new homes through the sponsorship.


  
 
 
    
 
    
 

   
 
 
 
  

  

   
 
 
    
 
 
 
 
 
   

 
 
 
   

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