Animal Rescue League of Western PA (ARL) was formed in 1909 by a group of citizens with a shared concern for both animal welfare and the public health. Since opening their doors in 1910, they have remained true to their mission of helping all animals in need, regardless of species or breed.
At Animal Rescue League’s shelter, they care for and find permanent, loving homes for dogs, cats and other companion animals. There is no time limit on the length of an animal’s stay, and they keep all healthy and friendly companion animals until they are adopted.
ARL’s Open Door policy means that no animal is ever refused shelter. Between their shelter and wildlife center, they take in over 13,000 animals annually. Last year alone, ARL rehomed over 6,100 companion animals, treated over 2,000 injured wild animals and spay/neutered over 6,400 animals.
ARL’s Rabbit Room is staffed by experienced rabbit volunteers, and they have monthly “Hug a Bun Sundays” where all shelter rabbits can run free and socialize with other bunnies, volunteers and potential adopters. Here are just a few rabbits currently available for adoption:
For more information on these and other adoptable rabbits, call the Animal Rescue League at 412-345-7300 or visit their website at www.animalrescue.org.