Providence Animal Center pets of the week, Nov. 23, 2022 – The Delaware County Daily Times

Providence Animal Center, 555 Sandy Bank Road, Media, spotlights these pets for adoption this week:

Blue, 2-year-old male mixed breed

Blue is a handsome young adult dog who recently joined the adoptable dog crew at Providence from an overcrowded shelter in Georgia. That’s right, he is a true southern gentleman. Blue would love to join an active family who love walks outdoors, playtime with toys and learning new things every day. He is described by his friends at PAC as “loving, playful and happy.” If your family is interested in meeting this intelligent boy, head in to Providence Animal Center to meet him. No appointment necessary. Blue is the packaged deal: up to date on vaccines, neutered, and microchipped. Home For The Howlidays: Dogs homeless for three months or more have sponsored adoption fees now through Dec. 31, and their adopters will receive a free 2023 Providence Animal Center calendar, along with a free mini photo session by Mergliano Photography.

Pumpkin Pie


Pumpkin Pie, 4-year-old male domestic shorthair

Pumpkin Pie is a shy guy who is patiently waiting for someone equally patient to give him a loving home to blossom in. He prefers taking new introductions slowly, so he will benefit from a home with kids who are high school aged and up. Pumpkin Pie loves crunchy treats, and catnip. Once he begins to trust you, he loves to chat and receive gentle head pets. Interested adopters should head to Providence Animal Center to meet him, no appointment necessary. Pumpkin Pie is the packaged deal: neutered, microchipped, litterbox trained, and up to date on his vaccinations. Can’t adopt, but interested in supporting pets like Pumpkin Pie? Make a donation from their wish list, which you can view at



Butterscotch, 9-year-old female mixed breed

Butterscotch is a gorgeous fawn-coated senior gal, who is patiently waiting on her forever family from the comfort of a foster home. She loved meeting some dogs at Providence Animal Center, so she could live with the right doggy sibling in her forever home. She is described by her friends at PAC as sweet, relaxed and playful. That’s right, don’t be fooled by her age because she has a pep in her step. She loves to walk outside, and is great on the leash. She loves to get cozy, and could be a great couch potato TV marathon companion. Interested in meeting her? Head to her page, and fill out the adoption profile to get started …….


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