Animal Lifeline Pittsburgh
Creating solutions for at-risk pets through caring, compassion and community Involvement.
The safety and health of our community, customers and volunteers is always of the utmost importance to us. As such we are taking the concerns associated with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) very seriously and have been monitoring this rapidly evolving situation.
The Animal Lifeline Thrift Store will continue to stay closed with plans to reopen Tuesday April 7th.
Please remember that while the decision was made to close the store for the next few weeks, our volunteers will continue to work to provide safe transport, care and resources to the animals that need us. Our Ride To Rescue program will still be on the road, adoptions will still take place and our food bank will still be available (by appointment) to provide pet food assistance during this difficult time.
At-risk and homeless animals will need all of our help now, more than ever, so please consider fostering, adopting, volunteering and donating.
And remember.... the store revenue allows us to continue to provide resources and care to the animals in our community so once this pandemic is over, please remember to SHOP WHERE YOUR DOLLARS DO GOOD! We will be looking to all of you for your continued support when the store re-opens.
Thank you all for your continued support of Animal Lifeline Pittsburgh and our mission to help the at-risk animals in our communities and beyond.
Our mission in caring
Animal Lifeline is a 501c3 organization dedicated to helping at-risk pets within our own communities as well as across the United States and beyond.
We provide lifesaving solutions through Community Involvement, Educational Programs, transport of animals from high kill shelters, spay and neuter programs, pet food assistance and adoptions. All of our programs are funded through our thrift store, private donations and fundraisers.
What We Do
Animal Lifeline is committed to helping at risk pets by creating solutions. We provide assistance to at risk animals through our Ride To Rescue program, the Pet Food Distribution Center, Community Pet Food Bank, Foster program, adoptions. The Animal Lifeline Thrift Store provides a community service to our human friends as well as a way to raise funds for our animal welfare and educational programs.
Thrift Store Hours:
Tuesday 10am - 4pm
Wednesday 10am - 4pm
Thursday 10am - 7pm
Friday 10am - 4pm
Saturday 10am - 2pm
Please contact us for our Pet Food Distribution times.