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Piazza Pet of the Week

Mike Piazza Honda, as part of the Piazza Auto Group, is teaming up with the PSPCA in an effort to help cats and dogs get adopted.  Together we present you with the Piazza Pet of the Week! Every Wednesday at 7:50 am the Chris Stigall Show on 1210-AM WPHT features an animal available for adoption.

Remember that the PSPCA is available to answer any questions regarding pet care, training and adoption. Please visit their website for more information!


Check out Greyson in the video below. Pepper, Diva, Arrow, and Iris are still available for adoption.

Greyson is an 8 month old Pittie Mix. He came to the PSPCA after being pulled from the city shelter. Greyson's former family decided they couldn't take care of him anymore. He is very social and gentle and can go into a home with children and other dogs too! He is an active dog as all puppies are. Come meet this lovable guy today!
 Bandit - Adopted!!
Bandit is a 3 year old Catahoula Leopard dog/Collie mix. He came to the PSPCA from another shelter. Bandit is a beautiful boy. He is also smart and friendly too! Bandit has attended many events as a spokesperson for the PSPCA and done very well. bandit will make a wonderful companion and he cannot wait for his forever family!
 Bunny - Adopted!!
Bunny is a 4 year old Pittie Mix. She recently had a litter of puppies and was in foster care until they are old enough. Bunny came to the PSPCA as part of a cruelty case. She is now looking for a forever family of her own. Bunny can be shy and scared at first, but she warms up to people quickly. She would best fit in a home with a dog-experienced family, which could include older children too.
 Hulk - Adopted!!
Hulk is almost two years old. He is very polite and quiet and he has made many friends at the PSPCA. Hulk does not show well in his kennel. He barks at everyone that passes by. Hulk was brought to the PSPCA as a victim of cruelty. All of the other dogs have been adopted from this case except Hulk. Come meet him today!
Arrow is a 2 year old Pittie Mix. He came to the PSPCA from the city shelter in a very skinny state. Arrow came to the PSPCA as part of the Richard Lichter Charity Program. Arrow is a lover and very friendly! He is fully recovered and ready for his forever family! Arrow is the wiggliest dog on the planet and he hasn't met a person he doesn't like!
 Cocoa - Adopted!!
Cocoa is a 7 year old Pittie Mix. Her favorite thing in the world is a belly rub! Cocoa is sweet and she loves to go for walks with her volunteer friends. Cocoa likes to play with her tennis balls too, but she's not so good at giving them back. Cocoa did live with a family for a few years, but sadly was returned to the shelter because they couldn't keep her. Cocoa is dog selective and would best fit in an adult household.
Diva is the sweetest adult female Pit Bull. She was rescued by the Humane Law Enforcement Team at the PSPCA. Diva was not in the best shape when she arrived at the shelter, but she is recovering well and showing her happy personality. She likes to say hi to everyone that she sees. Diva smiles all the time and cannot wait to find her forever family!
Pepper is a 4 year old Pit Bull mix with a super chill personality. Around the shelter, Pepper is a celebrity and everyone loves her! Once you meet her you will understand why. Pepper loves snuggles and car rides and going for long walks. She is the best co-pilot. Pepper is looking forward to living with her forever family!
Iris is a 4 year old Pit Bull Mix. Iris is sweet and energetic. She loves to go on pack walks. Iris was rescued by the PSPCA's Humane Law Enforcement offices in 2014 and sadly has never been adopted. Iris should be the only pet in the house when she goes home. Iris is not a fan of cats, but can get along well with other dogs on a leash. Iris wants to find her furever family.

Piazza Pet of the Week Adoption Update
The Piazza Pet of the Week is officially a success!! With over one hundred and fifity pets placed in new homes, we wanted to thank all those who made this possible! Here are just a few of the cats and dogs who have been adopted through the program. To read a few stories of Piazza Pet owners, visit the Piazza Pet page.