Sunday, July 5, 2015

By George, he's home for the holidays!

Just a few short months ago, he was bag of bones roaming the streets of Delaware County.

By George, he's home for the holidays!



Just a few short months ago, he was  bag of bones roaming the streets of Delaware County.

Today Curious George is safe in the loving arms of his adoptive family.

In a ceremony fit for a king, George was presented to his new owners, Aimee and Eric Tysarczyk of Bryn Mawr, before a horde of photographers and reporters at the Delaware County SPCA. His former owner, mind you, has been identified and is being charged with animal cruelty.

My colleague Mari Schaefer has more on George's happy day.

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