Pittsburgh shelters ‘bursting at the seams’ with surrendered pets adopted during pandemic | Today in Pa.

Pittsburgh shelters ‘bursting at the seams’ with surrendered pets adopted during pandemic | Today in Pa.

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1/17/2022 1:49:00 PM

Pittsburgh shelters ‘bursting at the seams’ with surrendered pets adopted during pandemic | Today in Pa.

Pennsylvania getting added $1.63 billion in fed infrastructure funds. Increase in surrendered pets straining shelters. 3G networks to be phased out. Pennsylvania’s most hated pest.

“Today in Pa.” Daily Podcast | January 17, 2022Pennsylvania will get an added $1.63 billion in federal funds to fix its infrastructure. An animal rescue in Pittsburgh describes how the city’s shelters—as well as shelters nationwide—are struggling with an influx of surrendered pets. If you have a 3G phone, now’s the time to get a new one, as 3G networks will start getting phased out this year. Finally, this is the pest that Pennsylvanians as a whole hate the most.

Those are the stories we cover in the latest episode of “Today in Pa.,” a daily weekday podcast fromand hosted by Claudia Dimuro. “Today in Pa.” is dedicated to sharing the most important and interesting stories pertaining to Pennsylvania that lets you know, indeed, what’s happening today in Pa.

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. Episodes are available every weekday on PennLive. Feel free to subscribe, follow or rate “Today in Pa.” as you see fit! “Today in Pa.” Daily Podcast | January 17, 2022 Pennsylvania will get an added $1.63 billion in federal funds to fix its infrastructure. An animal rescue in Pittsburgh describes how the city’s shelters—as well as shelters nationwide—are struggling with an influx of surrendered pets. If you have a 3G phone, now’s the time to get a new one, as 3G networks will start getting phased out this year. Finally, this is the pest that Pennsylvanians as a whole hate the most. Those are the stories we cover in the latest episode of “Today in Pa.,” a daily weekday podcast from and hosted by Claudia Dimuro. “Today in Pa.” is dedicated to sharing the most important and interesting stories pertaining to Pennsylvania that lets you know, indeed, what’s happening today in Pa. Today’s episode refers to the following articles: