Animal Lifeline’s Programs:
Ride to Rescue – The Ride to Rescue Program transports animals from high kill shelters in the South, driving them to the Northeast to meet their new adoptive families. Without this transport, many animals would never be given a second chance at life in a loving environment.
SNAP – Animal Lifeline Spay/Neuter program works in collaboration with area veterinarians, shelters, rescues and clinics to provide low cost spay and neuter resources for low-income clients and feral cats.
Food Bank – Animal Lifeline provides hundreds of pounds of dog and cat food to families who are currently financially unable to provide food for their pets. Cat and dog food is available for families who qualify. Animal Lifeline also provides cat food to caregivers of “feral” colonies. Animal Lifeline is always in desperate need of donations of dry cat food.
Thrift Shop – The Animal Lifeline Thrift Shop is located in a small corner of the Warrington Pavilion Shopping Plaza at 111 Easton Road, Suite #24 in Warrington. The shop’s sole purpose is to provide funding, food and transport to at risk, homeless animals and feral colonies within our community and across Pennsylvania.
Each time you shop at this tore, you are helping an animal find its forever family and/or providing food for pets whose families are experiencing a downturn in their economic situation. This shop carries a great inventory of hundreds of household goods, as well as clothing and shoes for adults and babies.
Thrift Shop hours are Tuesdays from noon through 7:00pm, and Wednesdays through Saturdays from 10:00am to 4:30pm. Donations are accepted during store yours up till one hour before closing. Home pickup is available for nearby communities.
Join the dedicated staff of caring volunteers at the Thrift Shop. All volunteers receive 50% off after one month of service.
Community Service volunteers with hours to complete are always welcome to volunteer. For more information about how you can volunteer at the Thrift Shop, make a donation to Animal Lifeline or help save an animal’s life, call 215-343-5050.
Also visit the Animal Lifeline at www.animallifelinepa.org or on Facebook.