Monthly Archives: July 2011

Volunteer Blog Post

Written by Jess, a PWP Volunteer and former staff member Walking dogs is one of my favorite Pets without Parents volunteer activities. I sometimes take my dogs to the shelter to walk them with some of the dogs there, which is a great … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

A Forever Home

You may not be aware that Pets without Parents has been in the process of looking for a new facility. The building that we are in now is being rented and we would like to move into a place of … Continue reading

Posted in Needs, Updates | Tagged , , , , , , , | 7 Comments

Update: Fergie

A couple weeks ago a sweet, emaciated cat came to us looking for help. At the time, we were unsure what exactly was causing her to be so skinny. Since she was found on the street, it could have been anything. … Continue reading

Posted in Adoptables, Cats, Updates | Tagged , , , , , | 4 Comments

Black kitty special!

As many people know, black animals are the hardest to get adopted. Often people are superstitious about adopting black animals or they seem to think that they are less friendly; however, studies have shown that black cats are actually calmer! … Continue reading

Posted in Adoptables, Cats | 1 Comment

New Arrivals!

A common question that people ask us is where our animals come from. For the most part our puppies come from kill shelters but we do also occasionally take owner surrenders. Pets without Parents often gets calls and emails from shelters … Continue reading

Posted in Adoptables, Dogs, Updates | Leave a comment

Pets with Medical Needs

Pets without Parents gets countless calls by people trying to surrender their pets or people who have found stray pets. Some of these calls come from people who have found injured animals. A lot of shelters do not have the means … Continue reading

Posted in Adoptables, Needs, Updates | 2 Comments