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Current Petco Pals- 25th St. Easton cats available thru the Center for Animal Health & Welfare; pet portraits

UPDATE:  Mohammad, Belinda and Ken (ADOPTED!) were all moved back to the Center.  But, good news for Belinda– she was ADOPTED!

Currently at Petco on 25th Street in Easton are Gosley (ADOPTED!), Bella (ADOPTED!), Salemm and Horatio.  All four are incredibly sweet and get along with other cats.  They love attention and would really appreciate a visit!

 

 

 

 

 

ADOPTED from the Center:

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Meet some of the gorgeous pets whose parents helped raise over $2000.00 at our Fetching Fundraiser for the Center for Animal Health and Welfare!; Lehigh Valley pet portraits by tracy bodeo photography

Our second annual Fetching Pets Portrait Day to raise money for the Center for Animal Health and Welfare, was a great success.  Not only did we raise $2003.00 for the Center, but all the dogs who participated in the event had a terrific time.   The event took place at AVH Veterinary Group in Pen Argyl, PA.  It was a beautiful day and we had a fabulous turnout for the puppy playgroup as well as the pet portraits.  Several dogs from the Center also came for a visit with the hopes of finding their forever homes.

Here are a some of the pets who participated in our Fetching Fundraiser:

Meet handsome Rowdy- available for adoption at Petco through the Center for Animal Health and Welfare; Lehigh Valley cat, pet portraits.

UPDATE: Rowdy has been ADOPTED!!

Rowdy is still waiting for his forever home at the Petco on 25th St. in Easton, PA.  Rowdy is a sweet, calm cat (as opposed to what you might think by his name!), who loves to have his head scratched.  Please come meet Rowdy or one of his many friends that are waiting at the Center for Animal Health and Welfare.

Fetching Pet Portraits Fundraiser on Feb. 5th, 2012 to benefit the Center for Animal Health and Welfare; pet photography by tracy bodeo, Lehigh Valley photographer

It’s almost time for our 2nd annual Fetching Pet Portrait Fundraiser!  The event will take place on Sunday, Feb. 5th, 2012.  All proceeds will benefit the animals at the Center for Animal Health and Welfare www.healthyanimalcenter.org.  Book your session early because time slots are limited!  We will also be having a free “puppy playgroup” and a raffle with lots of great prizes!     The event will take place at AVH Veterinary Group http://www.avhvet.vetsuite.com/  (1027 Blue Valley Dr. Pen Argyl, PA 18072).  Call AVH now to book your session– 610-863-7111.

Meet Knick and Muggs; new cats at Petco via the Center for Animal Health and Welfare

UPDATE:  Knick and Muggs have been adopted!  Muggs was at the Center for 4 years but has now found a great new home with a lucky family!

Knick is an adorable young (~3 months) little male.  He loves being held and pet.  Muggs has been at the shelter for several years now and no one knows why.  He is handsome, incredibly sweet and loves attention.  Come meet these wonderful, adoptable cats.

Meet the newest cats at Petco on 25th St. from the Center for Animal Health and Welfare.

UPDATE (1/9/12): Elmo, Zazu and Yams (shown below) have all been adopted!

Here are the three cats currently up for adoption at Petco through the Center for Animal Health and Welfare:  Yams, a really sweet little girl, approx. 2 years old;  Zazu, a gorgeous, sweet young male; and Elmo, a young, frisky male who loves to play (stretching against his scratcher, below).  All are spayed or neutered, utd on shots and litter box trained.  Visit Petco and meet these wonderful cats or come to the Center to meet any of their many fabulous friends also waiting to find forever homes. 

 

 

 

Cats from the Center for Animal Health and Welfare can now be seen at Petco in Easton.

In an effort to get more of the many, many cats from the Center for Animal Health and Welfare seen and adopted, Petco on 25th Street in Easton, PA, will now be housing several cats from the Center.  There were 4 cats brought to Petco last Sunday and two (Tootsy and Jonah) have already been adopted.  Hadley and Esky (both young females) are still waiting.  Please come and visit them (or their many friends at the Center) if you are considering bringing a new cat into your life.