Animal Magnetism




March 2011

1: What’s your name?


2: Who do you belong to?

I am still waiting for someone to adopt me.

3: What’s your breed?

I am a Labrador Retriever and Hound mix.

4: When & where were you born?

I am 5 years old and was born in Pennsylvania.

5: Where do you reside & why did you arrive at the shelter?

I was brought to the shelter by my owner who could no longer keep me where we were living.

6: How would you describe your personality?

Shelter workers say I am a sweet and lively girl.

7: What do you like to do in your free time?

Being around people that love and care for me.

8: Do you get along with other dogs and cats?

Yes with dogs but haven’t been around cats, so I am not sure.

9: What would be your dream home?

One where my new owner would not have to give me up.

10: Where can your new family adopt you?

Hillside S.P.C.A. You can contact me HERE.


Hillside S.P.C.A., Inc is a Pennsylvania non-profit corporation that provides animal welfare and operates an animal shelter facility located at SPCA Road, North Manheim Township, Pennsylvania. The shelter currently houses hundreds of cats and dog with the average being over 200+ cats and 100+ dogs. During the past several years, the Hillside S.P.C.A., Inc. has taken in well over 1,000 animals per year.

The Hillside S.P.C.A. does not put a time limit on how long an animal will be maintained at the shelter. They give each animal accepted or rescued every attempt at adoption possible. What also sets the Hillside aside from other shelters is that the animals are not sentenced to a life in a crate, but are free to play and interact with others throughout the day.

For further information on how to help, volunteer, or adopt please visit the Hillside S.P.C.A. Out-of-state residents and our friends in NYC are welcome!

Special thanks to Jacqueline Dormer and the Hillside S.P.C.A. for helping to save hundreds of animals every year! We are honored to feature animals currently in need of a loving and safe home. For further information about Lily and all other animals currently available, please contact the Hillside S.P.C.A. To help save and rescue animals like Lily thru a charitable donation please contact the Hillside S.P.C.A.

Lily is still available for adoption as of March 1, 2011* (*Adoptions are first-come, first-serve & PMc Magazine is not responsible for immediate or pending adoption status updates. Any dog, cat, or animal featured could be adopted during the time this profile is published. Please contact the Hillside S.P.C.A. for immediate information regarding available animals. Ultimately we hope all animals profiled are adopted!)

Questions by PMc Magazine

Questions Answered on behalf of Lily by Jacqueline Dormer via Hillside S.P.C.A.

Edited by Marie Havens & Tyler Malone

Design by Marie Havens


Lily, 2011, Photography by Jacqueline Dormer

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