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The Pennsylvania Animal Response Team is coordinating statewide response for animals in the Covid 19 crisis.

Your support is needed now more than ever.

“I just want to thank you again for your kindness for the wonderful donations I received yesterday. Jason is wonderful. Yesterday was my birthday, but it seemed more like Christmas. My husband, myself , my son, his fiancee and all of our fur, finned and “shell” kids thank you – from the bottom of our hearts. You guys are AMAZING!”

-Shelley Mattis

We are stocking food banks with pet food and supplies and are working with organizations like Meals on Wheels and partnering with the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services to get pet food into quarantined households.

At the same time, we are working in every county with our partners at the Federated Humane Societies and Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association to set up temporary sheltering for pets of emergency responders, medical professionals, and hospitalized patients.

We are in need of gloves, masks, pet food, cat liter, catch poles and disposable food containers. Will you help?

Begin supporting the Pennsylvania Animal Response Team today because without your help we will not be there to ensure that in a disaster all family members are safe! Our tax identification number is 20-2042482.

Cash donations to purchase needed equipment and materials are also graciously welcome. During times of disaster, PART is in need of help from people who own specialized equipment and are willing to donate their time and services.

Donations can be made directly to the address below, or you may contact us for more information.

Pennsylvania Animal Response Team
1310 Elmerton Avenue
Harrisburg, PA 17110
phone: 717-651-2736
e-mail: Email Director

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Donor logos may be affixed to a PART vehicle in which they have contributed at least $1,000.

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