In this week's Shelter Me we meet former shelter dogs who have been given a second chance and a job.The Throw Away Dogs Project trains homeless dogs to be police dogs. "I wanted to re-purpose shelter rescue dogs, give them a second chance," said Carol Skaziak, President and Founder of Throw Away Dogs.And, as the wife of a police officer, Skaziak knows that many police departments can't afford a trained dog.
In this week's Shelter Me, we take a look at a foster-based rescue that's dedicated to pulling strays off the streets and finding them loving homes.That's the mission of the Purrfect Paws Rescue in Drexel Hill, Pa., where cats found on the street become family. "It's one cat at a time. When one gets adopted, it's a celebration for me," said president Donna Interrante.Donna founded the rescue 11 years ago after 20 years of volunteering for other shelters.
The Super Car Show is Sunday morning at the Wells Fargo Center in South Philadelphia.Action News anchor Matt O'Donnell gives us a preview of the super, classic and exotic cars.The show is from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.----------
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Selecting a term
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