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Clear the Shelters Kitty Kam: Watch Cats as They Wait to Join a Loving Home

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    Clear the Shelters Kitty Kam: Watch Cats as They Wait to Join a Loving Home
    Brandywine Valley SPCA

    As NBC10 and Telemundo62 work with Philadelphia area animal shelters to #ClearTheShelters on Aug. 19, you can watch adorable felines on the exclusive "Kitty Kam" for the event.

    The "Kitty Kam" shows off some of the pets up for adoption at the Brandywine Valley SPCA on Phoenixville Pike in West Chester, Pennsylvania.

    "Kitty Cam gives a bird's-eye view into Kitty City, our community kitten room where adoptables hang out until they find forever families during Clear the Shelters on Saturday," BVSPCA marketing director Linda Torelli said.

    You may also see a potential pet owner stop in to meet some of the felines looking to loving permanent homes. The camera is on 24 hours day and may be dark as the cats sleep at night.

    Dogs From Overcrowded Shelters Airlifted to Pennsylvania

    [PHI] Dogs From Overcrowded Shelters Airlifted to Pennsylvania

    More than 100 dogs from an overcrowded animal shelters in Phoenix, Arizona, were airlifted to Pennsylvania by Wings of Rescue.The dogs will be available for adoption at the Brandywine Valley SPCA campuses in West Chester, Pennsylvania, New Castle and Georgetown in Delaware and St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center in Madison, New Jersey.

    (Published Monday, Aug. 14, 2017)

    If you visit the shelter on Saturday, you can adopt a pet without paying adoption fees. You can also meet NBC10's pet-loving personalities Jessica Boyington and Keith Jones.

    BVSPCA -- like many of the shelters that have pets up for adoption on #ClearTheShelters Day -- has a feline for everyone. So help NBC10 and Telemundo62 #ClearTheShelters. 

    Click here for a full list of the 49 participating shelters in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.