When spoken in the world of The Super Friends or The Justice League, the name Catwoman incites a rally of chaos. We all know her as one of Batman’s arch-nemesis! Within the same world, “Superwoman” spoken, resonates an opposing sense of safety, order, and an “everything’s going to be okay” feeling. Fortunately we live in the world of ORCA, where in the county of Lancaster, both of these names represent a single individual! The names both represen [more...]
ORCA’s latest rescue, Bowser, was rescued thanks to The Office of Aging. The Office of Aging, notified ORCA of an individual that suffered from health issues and much confusion. Officer John Kondravy was able to get the man to sign Bowser over to ORCA, so that we could find him a suitable forever home.
Shown here with ORCA’s outstanding intern, Katelyn Harnish, Bowser is a Mixed mini pin, and an almost perfect dog. He is house t [more...]
Days before the ORCA Annual dinner, one of ORCA’s biggest supporters and closest friends, Tina Broderick Stoltfus, came into the ORCA office to drop off her Visage a Visage gift certificate donation for our Silent Auction. Seeing Daisy and her puppies, one of our latest rescues, Tina felt moved. Having the big heart that she does, Tina decided to start a Help Save Daisy & Puppies Fund. ORCA would like to thank Tina for her continued supp [more...]
Just over a month ago, you read the story of the Homeless Husky. Well, that husky not only has a name, Quinn, but he also has a warm happy home, with an older Black Lab sister, Teka! Thanks to the Olivieri family, who opened their doors and their hearts to Quinn this past week. ORCA and Quinn are both extremely grateful!
ORCA is also grateful for the loving Marilyn Killian! For her love, generosity, and nurturing of Qu [more...]