Meet Snooper! Snooper is a young adult girl who is looking for home that will embrace her residual kitten behavior. She is a little love bug will come up to you and wrap around your legs and loves being pet and played with. Sometimes she will reach up and bat and someone's hands, but she is gentle when she does. She just wants to get attention and playtime. She still has that silly young kitty playfulness. She really never seems to get tired. Like little kittens Snooper will need some help learning where she is and isn't allowed to scratch, Jump, and climb, but can you blame her? She has never been in a real home and at the shelter nothing is really off limits to her. Her sweet disposition will make it all worth it. Snooper seems to get along well with the other cats at the shelter, and is mostly indifferent to them, so she would be fine sharing her home with some kitty brothers or sisters. Snooper is spayed/neutered, vaccinated, tested, microchipped, flea treated and dewormed. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 610 360 8771 for more information, or stop by Sun-Thurs 11am-1pm and Friday 5-7pm.
Peaceable Kingdom is a no-kill shelter. We do not euthanize animals except in cases of unacceptable aggression or incurable illness. Our mission is:
To provide care, protection, and assistance to animals who are mistreated, injured, abandoned, or otherwise in need.
To minimize animal overpopulation through low-cost spay/neuter clinics.
To create community awareness and gain support of animal needs through educational efforts.
Come Meet Our Pets...
FOR DOGS ... Adoptions are held Saturdays from 10 am to 3 pm at the shelter or by appointment. Many of the dogs are in foster homes so please call or email ahead. Offsite adoption events are held multiple times a month at Petsmart in Bethlehem.
FOR CATS ... Cat Adoption days and location: Peaceable Kingdom, Inc.1049 MacArthur Road, Whitehall. Sunday-Thursday 11a to 1p; Friday 5-7p or other times available by appointment.
FOR KITTENS ... All of our kittens reside in foster homes. Each weekend, you can meet our kittens at PetSmart in Whitehall. Adoptions are held on most Saturdays from 10am-2pm. Please view our website to confirm adoption day and hours.
Our Adoption Process...
FOR DOGS ...Potential adopters will need to complete the Canine Application which requires landlord reference or proof of home ownership along with vet reference and a non family personal reference. Some instances may require a home inspection. We require a meet and greet with all household members and resident dogs present at the shelter. The adoption fees are $125 to $300 ($125 for senior dogs, $175 for adults, $225 for puppies six months to one year, $300 for puppies under six months). Click here for our Adult Canine Application. Click here for our Puppy Application.
FOR CATS ...Please review the Feline Adoption Application (below) for adult cats before committing to an adoption. If you wish, you may print and fill out the form and bring it with you to adoption day. Click here for our a Feline Adoption Application.
FOR KITTENS ...Potential adopters will need to complete a Kitten Application and provide proof of vaccinations and spay/neuter for other animals living in the home. Renter must also provide a copy of their rental agreement showing pet allowance.The adoption fee is $90 for a DSH kitten, $125 for a DLH, and $150 for specialty and purebred kittens. All kittens are spayed/neutered, flea treated, wormed, leukemia tested, micro-chipped and are up to date on shots. Click here to submit a kitten application online. This online application is for kittens ONLY.
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