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Our Work in Action

Dog and Cat “Best Friends” Surrendered to the Shelter in the Same Pet Carrier

BOSTON, March 22, 2019 – Newly homeless pets are surrendered to the MSPCA-Angell’s animal care and adoption centers every day, but the March 14th arrival of a cat named Kitty and a dog named Leila was so rare that shelter staff have seen a similar circumstance only once in the last four years: the best friends and confidants were brought in sharing the same pet carrier.

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Frostbitten, Skinny and Sick: Three Rabbits Abandoned in Hyannis Whole Foods Parking Lot Now Safe

BOSTON and Centerville, Mass. March 14, 2019 – Three frostbitten, skinny rabbits are lucky to be alive after they were rescued by the Barnstable, Mass. animal control officer in January and brought to the MSPCA-Cape Cod where they have been recovering since, the organization announced today.

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Holding Out for a Hero: Special Needs Dog with Uncertain Future Needs a Loving Home

BOSTON and Methuen, Mass. March 5, 2019 – Eight-year-old Blue’s body may be ailing but the degenerative condition that makes it difficult for the homeless Pit Bull to stand, walk, run and play has done nothing to sour his spirit, according to the MSPCA at Nevins Farm staffer who has been caring for him since he was surrendered in January.

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