Although Dewey hasn’t been at the shelter very long, he would love a quiet home to call his own soon. He had a very confusing experience before coming to the shelter. Dewey was a stray who along with another cat was being taken care of by a wonderful woman. Unfortunately, one day his companion disappeared and not long after that, so did the woman, according to the center. Abandoned and alone, it was decided that it was in Dewey’s best interest to be brought to the Center, where he has received wonderful care. He can be a little shy at first, but if you move slowly and are patient with him he’ll quickly learn to trust you. Dewey would probably do best in a home with other feline companions and no small children, as well as lots and lots of toys. You’ll find him in the hallway at the Center.
To meet Dewey and other pets in need of homes please visit the nonprofit, no-kill Center for Animal Health and Welfare located at 1165 Island Park Road, Easton, or call 610-252-2722 for more information. Click here to make a donation to the Center. Find the Center’s Amazon.com wish list–which includes items they need–here.
The center is open Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 12 to 4 p.m. and Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 12 to 6 p.m. Please note: If a dog you would like to meet is housed at the shelter please call the front desk to prearrange a visit. Prescheduling a visit will give you the time needed to see if the dog you’re interested in is a good fit. Unscheduled visits with dogs are allowed, but are limited to one dog per day for a maximum of 15 minutes per visit.
For directions to the center, click here. Like the Center for Animal Health and Welfare on Facebook for updates about pets available for adoption and more.
Saucon Source is proud to donate a portion of the proceeds from this series sponsored by A Furry Tail Come True doggie daycare and boarding centers (with convenient locations in both Hellertown, Nazareth and coming soon, Wind Gap) to the Center, in support of their mission of caring for dogs and cats in need.