Erie Animal Network was founded in 2011 as a place for concerned citizens in Erie County Pennsylvania to come together to help local animals in need. Since inception, EAN, lead by a dedicated core group of volunteers has helped hundreds of lost & found pets get back home using grass roots networking on a local level, or have worked together to find resources for stray and abandoned pets.

As we grew, we added valuable services for our community such as a Community Pet Food Bank to help reduce owner surrender and animal abandonment, partnering with Safe Net Domestic Violence to assist women leaving situations of domestic abuse by providing a list of volunteer fosters for their pets, free community education classes on various pet and animal related subjects, and feral cat caretaker support with a mission to help stabilize the stray cat overpopulation in Erie County through Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate-Return, assistance with shelters and food to support these often forgotten cats in our community, as well as outreach for chained dogs in Erie County.






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