These, and other animals, are available for adoption at the Sanctuary at Haafsville, located in Breinigsville.
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Sunday, March 10
The Sanctuary at Haafsville, located at 901 Nestle Way in Breinigsville, offers many lovable cats and dogs for adoption. Here, we feature two cats: ANGIE: This 15-year-old small, tan cat found herself homeless when her owner passed away in 2012. She is a friendly, older cat who would make a good pet for someone, particularly an elderly owner. She is spayed and neutered, up-to-date with routine shots and house trained. For information, contact Contact Kathy 610-682-2688 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. BISCUIT: This adult cat is very sweet and very pretty. She is black with lots of orange flecks for color. She was a stray and wants to find a great new home where she can stay forever. She is fine with other cats and loves to be petted. She's …
Both South and North Whitehall townships recently opted for an animal control contract with The Sanctuary at Haafsville but North Whitehall gets a sweeter deal.
Citing significant cost savings, both South Whitehall and North Whitehall chose to award their animal control contracts to The Sanctuary at Haafsville instead of the Lehigh County Humane Society, but North Whitehall appears to have the better deal. In South Whitehall, the Humane Society bid $10,200 for a 2013 annual contract and The Sanctuary bid $6,000. In North Whitehall, The Sanctuary is charging $50 to collect cats and $100 for dogs. North Whitehall supervisors didn't even consider a bid from the Humane Society this year. Three years ago, North Whitehall opted for The Sanctuary, based in Upper Macungie, when the Humane Society upped its annual bid to $7,400. Last year, South Whitehall had a contract with The Sanctuary that was …