Red Paw Emergency Relief Team celebrates a busy first year helping cats and dogs displaced by fires in Philadelphia. The Team saves lives and keeps pets out of shelters by caring for them until their families can reclaim them.
A cat missing for a month after a deadly Philadelphia fire ran to a neighbor’s home Friday when he heard his petmom’s voice on speakerphone as she spoke with her neighbor. Blake’s family say they felt incomplete without him and they are elated to have him back.
Red Paw is celebrating three years helping animals displaced by fires. A touching and heartwarming video looks back on the past year, with its fires, it rescued pets, and the happy reunions between those pets and their people.
Three months after he was found following a terrible series of events, Spotty cat was reunited with his family today. Spotty’s home burned, he went missing, and he was hit by a car. He received medical treatment and recuperated in foster care before finally rejoining his petmom, in an emotional reunion.
Tabitha gave birth to five kittens the day after a devastating fire destroyed her home. Had the kittens been born a day earlier, they would not have survived. The organization caring for them said goodby to two of the kittens today, as they were adopted into their forever homes.