Cris’ Critter of the Week: Godric
This handsome gray tabby was found as a stray by a Good Samaritan. Unfortunately she could not keep him but thankfully she brought him to Animal Friends! Godric arrived a bit underweight, but he has filled out and has no other medical problems! Godric is great with his litterbox and absolutely loves to be petted – as long as it is on his terms. Getting better with people each day, Godric would love to become a great house cat and might even be willing to take care of some mice for you! If you are looking for a cool cat like Godric, stop by Animal Friends today!
If you adopt Godric you will receive a $25 gift card from Healthy Pet Products. Cris’ Critter of the Week is sponsored by Healthy Pet Products and the “Allegheny County Dog License Program”, Every dog in Allegheny County needs a license! Be sure your dog does!
Check out Cris’ Critter Corner for more fur babies waiting for adoption!
March is a fun time for us and spring will be here before we know it!
We would like to ask all of our customers to please vote for us as BEST PET SERVICE in this year’s Pittsburgh
Magazine’s “Best of Pittsburgh.” If you love Healthy Pet Products let everyone know! Please follow the link below to complete your entry form, deadline is March 30, 2017. You must vote in 10 categories for your vote to apply.
Thank you for your continued support, we appreciate your loyalty.
March is Pet Poison Prevention month!
Safety precautions are important every month, but this month we have a few reminders to help keep pets safe. Please reference the ASPCA’s site for a complete list of toxins and the Pet Poison help line.
Animal Friends is a non-profit companion animal resource center serving the needs of pets and people for more than 70 years.
Their progressive programs have been nationally recognized and include humane rescue, shelter and adoption services for homeless pets, humane education, pet behavior classes, pet therapy, wellness programs and more. In addition, Animal Friends is leading the way towards ending pet overpopulation in Western Pennsylvania through a comprehensive, community-wide spay/neuter programming.
At Animal Friends, they’re thinking outside the cage!