Peaceable Kingdom, Inc.

  • Help Overpopulation
  • Spay/Neuter Your Pets
  • Why Spay/Neuter

Spay or neuter your companion animal

  • Have your own animal companions spayed or neutered.
  • Don't let animals roam. Keep them indoors, in a fenced yard or on a leash at all times.
  • Educate yourself. As a start, check out our reference list.
  • Educate others. Make sure your family members, neighbors and friends understand the importance of having their animal companions neutered.
  • Contact local animal shelters and offer to help with spay/neuter efforts.
  • Contact legislators and urge them to support no-kill animal overpopulation solutions.

Spay or Neuter your Pet
Animal overpopulation is a crisis in the Lehigh Valley and throughout the United States. Peaceable Kingdom and other "no-kill" animal rescue groups believe that diligent efforts to prevent overbreeding will ultimately prove to be a humane and effective solution to animal overpopulation.

Spay or neuter your petEvery year, in the United States, an estimated 5 million companion animals lose their lives in shelters because they are homeless. In the Lehigh Valley alone, approximately 5,000 healthy companion animals are euthanized annually. These figures do not include the untold number of animals that are born and die in the wild, or those euthanized at veterinary clinics.

Cats are a particular problem because they are exceptionally prolific. An unspayed female can produce two or three litters per year, with as many as seven or eight kittens per litter. In less than 10 years, one unspayed female, her mate and their offspring can produce a colony of more than a million cats!

The bottom line: Every cat neutered prevents thousands from being born only to die in shelters or in the wild.

Opportunities to Support Peaceable Kingdom

We are in desperate need of Foster Homes for kittens.
We also need volunteers to staff adoption events.


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Donate to our daily shelter operations:

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Donate to our building fund:

Donate to Peaceable Kingdom Building Fund

Coming July 27: Peaceable Kingdom Benefit Horse Show. Find out more here.

Catch the news story from our Open House from Sunday 5/18.

Peaceable Kingdom, Inc.

WE NEED YOUR HELP!

Peaceable Kingdom is funded by private donations and staffed by volunteers. We'd like to help every animal in need. Unfortunately, with our limited resources, it isn't possible. Every year, thousands of healthy companion animals are euthanized simply because no one will take them in. Most of these animals were once household pets. We believe they deserve better. If you share our belief, please explore this site and learn what you can do to make a difference.

If You've Lost Your Pet

Animals brought in as strays are listed on Petfinder.com as "Found."

We recommend that you check PetFinder.com first to see if we have an animal that matches your lost pet's description.

Adult Cat Adoption Month

"We all appreciate the food, medical attention, and care that Peaceable Kingdom provides us with, it saved our lives.  But ... what each of us REALLY yearns for is our own home, with one person or family to love. Won't someone take us home?"

To help these long-term feline residents find homes, for the month of July Peaceable Kingdom will, for the cats featured in this program:

  • Reduce the adoption fee to just $25, and
  • Provide free annual medical exams (including innoculations) for the life of the adoptee.

Please contact Tara to set up an appointment to see our cats.  Her phone number is 610 360 8771 and her email address is pkvolunteer@yahoo.com

Each week we will feature different cats available for a loving home.  Download a PDF to see all of our current long-term resident Adoptable Cats

Smokey

Smokey

Domestic Short Hair • Adult • Female • Medium
Spayed/Neutered • Shots Current

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Sprinkles

Sprinkles

Domestic Short Hair - brown & Tiger Mix • Young • Female • Small
Spayed/Neutered • Shots Current

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Sudy

Sudy

Calico • Adult • Female • Medium
Spayed/Neutered • Shots Current

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Waldo

Waldo

Domestic Short Hair - orange and white • Adult • Male • Medium
Spayed/Neutered • Shots Current

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