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Volunteer With Red Paw Emergency Relief

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Red Paw Emergency Responders provide 24/7 emergency assistance to people affected by fire and other disasters that would displace a pet from their home. Volunteer opportunities exist in Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties. (City of Camden, NJ and other PA counties coming soon.) Emergency responders will be registered for our 24/7 emergency notification service, and are asked to be on call for at least one shift per week. Responders respond in teams and work directly with clients as well as the Red Cross and other partnering emergency response organizations.

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Red Paw Emergency Relief: Fur Friday

An Evening Celebrating Pets & their People!

Photography Show • Live Music • Food and Drinks
Silent Auctions • Celebrity Photos

Attendees are invited to submit their favorite photograph of themselves with their pet for the Furs Friday photo exhibit. Every photo will be printed and displayed that evening!

Where: The Rosenfeld Gallery, 113 Arch Street, Philadelphia 19106
When: Friday, September 26th, 5:00pm – 9:00pm
Cost: $80/person, $150/couple

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Tingly, missing from the multi-alarm fire in Norristown, Montco, PA, five days ago, has been found!!

Our Montco Coordinator, Cheryl, met the owners and code enforcement over at the fire dwelling this afternoon for a third time and after another search of his favorite hiding spots, she found him!!

He is ok, just very scared! He is currently boarding at TROOPER VETERINARY HOSPITAL where he will be vetted and vaccinated. Thank you Trooper Vet and THANK YOU Cheryl!

His owner was so happy and relieved she was in tears!!
We LOVE our job!!

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