What happens when Beck’s Cajun Café’s staff gets trained as PSPCA volunteers? They stay extra hours so they can cuddle and love on the pets. Pictured is Kimber and Grace with Holly. Holly’s a pit mix and has been at the shelter since Christmas!
The PSPCA has a fantastic pet volunteer trainer, and her name is Jennifer Johnston. She gave our staff a tour of the shelter and shared some interesting facts, that we’d like to share with you!
- Clear the Shelters – will be held on August 19, 2017, from 10-5 pm. All pet adoption fees are waived.
- The Pit Bull breed was originally intended to be a nanny dog to watch over and protect children. The shelter is full of surrendered or abandoned Pit Bulls.
- Kitty Cam – The cat rooms have remote control toys, which you can move remotely using your computer to help entertain the cats in the play room.
- The 350 E. Erie location has a mini barn on site that can house up to 28 goats and 14 horses – these animals are considered property and the PSPCA get involved when there are disputes about who owns the animals or neglection of an animal.