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You Saved Me & Me!

Saved Me focuses on finding loving families for homeless pets. Our adoption program includes all breeds, sizes and ages so that everyone can find the right pet. We believe that every adoptable pet deserves a home.

In many shelters pit-bulls are much less likely to find a home than other breeds simply because they are over represented. We think that is because of their present popularity as family pets. Unfortunately, the economy and other factors sometimes force people to surrender their beloved pets and pit-bulls are surrendered in higher numbers. We hope to help this vulnerable breed because we believe that every dog deserves a second chance.

So we have decided to guarantee that every pit-bull adopted from our program means that another pit bull will take his or her place. Adoptive families will be assured that they’re saving TWO lives – the one that they welcome into their family and another pit-bull in danger. Following adoption the family will receive an email with a photograph of the dog who gets to take their new family member’s place. We hope to share that great feeling that comes when a dog goes home and we get to save another life from an overcrowded shelter.

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Adoption is the only way to save more pets and we hope this program inspires others to help us increase the number of dogs making it out of our city’s shelter alive. We know how much our community cares about these precious lives and want to spotlight the good that folks do when they adopt.

You Saved Me & Me means more lives are saved and we are doubling the good we do for pit-bulls.

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Please attend this important hearing which will be discussing the future allocation of resources for Animal Care and Control of Philadelphia. If you cannot attend please send your friends and share this.

Notice of hearing from the office of Councilman Bobby Henon re: Philadelphia's Animal Care and Control Team:​

On Monday, April 24 at 1​:​30 PM, City Council's Committees on Public Property and Public Works and Appropriations will convene a joint hearing to investigate and evaluate the quality of resources and funding levels of Animal Care and Control Team (ACCT). The hearing will take place at City Hall in City Council Chambers on the 4th floor.

Committee members are particularly interested in discussing the quality and safety of the current ACCT facility, plans for improvement/expansion of the facility (specifically space needs) and the impact of current funding levels on the well-being and outcomes of animals, staff, volunteers and adopters. The Committees are also interested in better understanding the role, engagement and partnership between ACCT and their volunteers and rescue partners.

The resolution authorizing the hearing is attached and is also available by visiting: phila.legistar.com/LegislationDetail.aspx?ID=2962641&GUID=5F77DCDE-731A-437E-AE86-9694F6AB487A&Op...|Text|&Search=animal+care+and+control.

thanks for your help and for getting the word out about the meeting.

It is important to note that Philadelphia ranks 19th out of the top 20 cities with regards to dollars per animal (intake) at city animal control facilities.
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Shop and share for the animals of Saved Me. We're ready for the fair weather months and hope you will be too. Fashion, fun and doing good all day long at Lilly Pulitzer. ... See MoreSee Less

Derby themed Shop & Share for Saved Me Animal Rescue

May 6, 2017, 10:00am - May 6, 2017, 7:00pm

Please join us once again at Lilly Pulitzer at Suburban Square Ardmore to raise money for a cause! Derby attire encouraged but not required. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Saved Me Anima...

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