PHL17 Morning News has partnered with the organization Mums and Mutts for an important cause. Megan McFarland, an animal activist who runs the Mums and Mutts program, has made connections with local animal shelters to help our furry friends find their forever homes. McFarland is a Mummer and has combined her love of the Mummers and animals in need to create this incredible program. This page is updated weekly with the animals we share on PHL17 Morning News.
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Nicole is a 2-year-old Papillon mix. She would live best in a stable, routine environment with adults, and likes other dogs and cats.
Brownie is a 2-year-old Terrier mix who has been living well in a foster home with other dogs and a cat. Now she is looking for a forever home! She does need a fenced-in yard, and would live best with adults. Brownie is up to date on vaccines, neutered, and microchipped.
Rayla is a 2-year-old Lab and Pit mix. She is a little shy but with a little love, she will come out of her shell. She would live best with older kids and adults. She is very sweet with her fellow adoptables during doggy playgroup and tries to play with the cat that lives in her foster home.
Sherrie is a Sheppard and Lab mix who is super sweet with people and excellent with other dogs. She could live well with a cat as well. Sherri is up to date on her vaccines, spayed and microchipped.
Sissy is a one-year-old Beagle mix. Her foster family says that she is a wonderful dog with a bright personality. She loves to run, cuddle and play with other dogs so much that her new home should have a dog friend and a fenced-in yard to play in.