CHARLIE WAS NEGLECTED: Looking for a snugly family addition, please visit Charlie (A24605262) at the Everyday Adoption Center in Petsmart in Plymouth Meeting. He's a medium-sized tan and white terrier cross and only two years old and around 40 pounds. Charlie is good with other dogs and learns commands and tricks quickly with treats and affection. He adores to be at your side and is small enough to cozy up in your lap. The poor fellow could use a good home and to put some meat on his bones from his previous neglect before foster care. Charlie is already neutered, vaccinated and micro-chipped and ready to come home whenever someone's heart is as willing as his. More information at
‘CAT CAMP‘ PROGRAMS ON HILL: The “Cat Camp” at 8514 Germantown Ave., sponsored by Brenda’s Cat Rescues, is open every weekend, was visited by 265 people last Saturday and 125 people last Sunday. This weekend, Feb. 21. at 1 p.m., ceramic instructor Janice Strawder, of Allens Lane Art Center, leads a "Love Your Pet" clay project for children of all ages. Free. Children will take away a finished product. On Sunday, Feb. 22, 1 p.m., veterinarian Ann Caulfied will be available to answer animal questions. All activities are designed to educate and to promote compassion for animals, are free and open to the public. More information at, 215-872-1636 or
SUNRAY’S FULL OF SUNSHINE: Sunray is a social and sweet orange oriental tabby who was found crying at a bus stop. Sunray is active and outgoing and is compatible with other outgoing cats and dogs who are used to kitties. This poor young fellow had a rough start and could use an understanding, forever home! Sunray is neutered, vaccinated, tested neg for fiv/felv and is microchipped. $40 adoption fee and adoption application needed to ensure a purrfect match! For more information: See his video at