The Animal Rescue Foundation of Southeastern Pennsylvania is a nonprofit 501c3 organization dedicated to saving unwanted and forgotten pets in high-kill shelters. We hope to save as many animals as possible from euthanasia, and find them permanent loving homes. We are an all-volunteer organization that utilizes a foster home network so that no rescued animals have to spend unnecessary time in a shelter. ARF-SEPA fosters have the amazing opportunity to save dogs and cats that are at risk of euthanasia. Rescued pets receive complete veterinary care and reside with a foster family until adopted into a permanent, loving home! We are a non-profit organization that relies solely on your generous donations!
Featured Pet and Announcements
Our Featured pet is Keely! Here is some of Keelys story and why we love her so much:
Keely came to us back on March 10th 2018 from Lee County Animal Shelter in South Carolina. Keely was surrendered to the shelter after her owner didn't want to care for her any longer. She is a Shepherd Mix at just about 6 months old.
At about 10 weeks old this cutie pie wasn't sure of humans and is learning not everyone wants to yell in her face every time she moves or does something wrong. Keely was now been with her foster family about 3 months and she has came a really long way! Keely is being exposed to as many people (adults and children) as she can possibly meet, she loves other dogs (big & small), and even likes cats. One of her favorite past times is sleeping on the computer chair with her foster mom or playing in rain puddles in the back yard. She is quite in her crate, loves toys and chewing on bones. Her foster mom is currently working on leash walking and riding in the car.
Keely needs a really special family who will understand she is a little shy meeting new people at first but once she has accepted them into her circle they will be her best friend and shell never leave their side! This sweet girl would love to play toys with her own family, maybe with a dog or two to hangout with or some older children who know how to give a shy dog space until she feels comfortable in her new home. Please consider giving this girl a forever home!