HELP CARING FOR ORPHANED KITTENS
The Bottle Baby Kitten Kit Program was developed to provide resources to care takers that are caring for orphaned kittens that are too young to be adopted. Young kittens that are separated from their mother sadly are unlikely to survive on their own without assistance.
As part of Humane Pennsylvania’s Bottle Baby Kitten Kit Program, we offer care takers of unweaned kittens a helpful kitten kit. This kit comes complete with a booklet as a reference guide to the appropriate care of bottle baby kittens.
Learn more and pick up your free Bottle Baby Kitten Kit today.
Throughout the summer, Humane Pennsylvania will be offering low-cost and free vaccine and microchip clinics. These clinics will be held at local community venues as well as at the Humane Society of Berks County shelter.
Below is a list of each current clinic. To learn more about a specific clinic, select and click that clinic’s button below for further details and to preregister.
Low Cost Dog and Cat Vaccine and Free Microchip Clinic
Free Dog Microchip Clinic at Laureldale Fire Department
St. John’s Lutheran Church Free Dog Vaccine and Microchip
Riverfront Federal Credit Union Free Dog Vaccine and Microchip
by Lindsay High, Director of Marketing, Humane
As sweltering summer temps arrive, your pets face increased
risks and potential health related issues associated with managing the heat.
Keep your pets cool and safe during the summer months with
these useful tips.
WHEN: Thursday, June 6, 2019 from 4 to 8 p.m.
WHERE: Twisted Bine Beer Co., 93 E Main St,
WOW: 10 percent from each food and beverage sale
will go directly to the animals we serve.
You do not need to bring your dog or be a dog owner to
attend our mini Pints for Pups. However, you do need to be an animal lover,
some things are just a must.
By Chelsea Cappellano, Donor & Alumni Relations
Coordinator, Humane Pennsylvania
You may recall Doug, now Milo, a year-old Shiba Inu, was
found by a local police officer and brought to Humane Pennsylvania. He was in
poor condition and suffering from an extreme case of mange.
To give him the best chance at a full recovery, Milo was
placed on an intensive treatment plan.
Learn about Milo’s road to recovery and what his favorite
toy means to him.
By Leann Quire, director of Shelter Operations, Humane
Last week, Deb Dreisbach won the American Red Cross Animal
Rescue Hero award.
We want to take the time to congratulate this beautiful
person who has helped our organization to save numerous lives, and is
continuing to save more and more lives in our community.
We’re making room for new Humane Pennsylvania merchandise
and cool gear like beach balls and new 2019 mini Pints for Pups pint glasses.
Enjoy this special discount as you help save the lives of thousands of animals
in our community.
Join us at the Humane Veterinary Hospitals Reading for our
open house. We’ve expanded our veterinary facilities to increase access to the
high-quality, affordable veterinary care we provide our community.
Come tour the hospital from 5 to 7 p.m., May 1, 2019, and learn about our expanded services, connect with local community leaders and enjoy light refreshments.
Humane Veterinary Hospitals Reading is located at 1729 N.
11th St., Reading.