Monthly Archives: June 2013

“Paw” at first sight

The following post is by Esther Alarcón-Arana, Red Paw volunteer I am not sure how exactly I got to Red Paw’s Facebook page a year ago but today I am very happy I did. I like pages with cute animals … Continue reading

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Sometimes the best laid plans…

Written by Christopher Moraff, Red Paw foster. My wife and I have a funny way of attracting animals in need. And in a city like Philadelphia, it’s not hard to find them. In fact, most of the time they find … Continue reading

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Partnership is key!

Written by Red Paw’s Chester County Coordinator and Chester CART volunteer, Paula Carmichael in conjunction with Volunteer Management Coordinator for the Chester County Department of Emergency Services, Janet Zeis At Red Paw, we are all about partnership! We could not … Continue reading

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Fostering Redz, the first client of 2013

The following post is by Mary Kury, who has fostered several Red Paw animals and adopted DeeDee. The hidden benefits of fostering animals…you just never know who you will meet, and really who benefits in the end. My previous Red … Continue reading

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