Piazza Pet of the Week

  Along with collaboration from the PSPCA and 1210 WPHT-AM, Piazza Acura of Reading and the Piazza Auto Group are proud to sponsor the Piazza Pet of the Week! The Chris Stigall Show features an adorable cat or dog waiting to be adopted on Wednesday mornings at 7:50am.

  The current adoptable animals are brought to you by the Pennsylvania SPCA. The PSPCA is an independent organization and is not a branch of any other
  humane society. It was founded nearly 150 years ago and they are the largest and most comprehensive humane society in Pennsylvania. They are
  dedicated to improving the lives of animals through their core programs such as the Piazza Pet of the Week.


Check out Peppa in the video below!

Peppa is a three year old Labrador Retriever Mix. She was transferred in from a partner rescue and has been at the shelter for three months. Peppa loves affection and she is really smart! Peppa loves to spend time with people and chase her tennis balls. Best of all, she walks loosely on a leash and she'll even walk by your side.
 Kaya - Adopted!!
Kaya is a two year old Pittie Mix. She is a very sweet girl and loves meeting new people! Kaya is gentle with treats, knows her commands, and walks well on the leash. She cannot wait to find her forever family with you! Stop by the PSPCA to meet her!
 Zeus - Adopted!!
Zeus is a 4 month old Pittie Puppy. He was rescued by the PSPCA's Humane Law Enforcement Team. Zeus was suffering from puppy strangles, but is fully recovered! Zeus will be at Puppapalooza on August 30th at Morgan's Pier. Stop by and meet him and support the PSPCA!
 Leila - Adopted!!
Leila is a two year old Pittie Mix. She was found on the side of the road by a Good Samaritan. The Humane Law Enforcement Team picked her up and brought her to the shelter hospital. Leila had two surgeries to close her skull wound and to remove her right eye. She is a resilient and happy girl! Leila is a good candidate for most homes! Stop by the PSPCA and meet her today!
 Ace - Adopted!!
Ace is a five year old Chihuahua Mix who was rescued by the PSPCA's Humane Law Enforcement Team. When he arrived, he was in a skinny condition. Since then he's gained some weight and is in search of the perfect home! Ace does have some medical challenges - he has a heart murmur and an ocular ulcer. Other than that, he's pretty perfect! Ace can go into a home with children of all ages! Stop by the shelter today to meet this handsome guy!
 Delilah - Adopted!!
Delilah is a sweet and affectionate two month old domestic short hair kitten. She is very playful and is tolerant of being picked up and cuddling. She can keep herself occupied with anything! This sweet girl's eyelids are a little abnormal, but it does not keep her from being so adorable! She may need surgery as she matures or she may just need eye drops for the rest of her life.
 Nutmeg - Adopted!!
Nutmeg is a super sweet 6 year old female American Bully Mix. She was rescued by the Humane Law Enforcement Team just last week. Nutmeg can go into any home! She is good with children of all ages and other dogs too! Stop by the shelter to meet this sweet girl!
 Natasha - Adopted!!
Natasha is a one year old Pittie/Labrador Retriever Mix. She was recently rescued by the PSPCA's Humane Law Enforcement Team just last week. Natasha is a wonderfully sweet dog! She is a little shy when she first meets you, but she does warm up quickly! Stop by the shelter today!
 Tia - Adopted!!
Tia is a one year old grey tabby cat. Tia was rescued as a stray by a Good Samaritan. They fed her for months and tried to find Tia a forever home but were unsuccessful. Tia is at the PSPCA ready to go home! She does have a mild neurological condition that makes her walk funny. Other than that, this sweet girl can do it all! She is also FIV positive, which just means she has a weakened immune system and would need to go to the vet anytime she became ill.

Piazza Pet Adoption Update

We want to mention how grateful we are to the PSPCA, WPHT Talk Radio and the families who have stepped up and provided our Piazza Pets with new homes!  We can't thank you enough for all the support you have given our program since its inception over two years ago.  We wouldn't have had the success of placing over a hundred and fifty animals without you!!

The photos below are just some of the pets that have been adopted through the Pet of the Week program. Please click here for more information about the former Piazza Pets.




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