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If you would like to meet, foster, or adopt her email V15dogs@gmail.com

Foster Pets!
Poor Alister spent years on the street starving and defending himself from other cats. He must have used up most of his nine lives out there because when his foster mom found him he was emaciated, matted, and had a broken jaw in two places. But just look at Alister now! He’s all fixed up and healthy and is just about the most handsome cat around. Alister is sweet as can be and deserves some love and tender care after all he has been through. He is looking for someone to pamper him for the rest of his life, but he’ll return the favor by being a perfect snuggle or study buddy. He gets along great with other cats and dogs and is neutered, up-to-date on vaccines, and great with his litter box. Don’t miss out on this handsome kitty – he’s sure to make a wonderful addition to anyone’s home. If interested in Alister, please contact his fantastic foster mom Dana Koch at danakoch@vet.upenn.edu.

IMPORTANT - How to Log In

PLEASE READ DIRECTIONS CAREFULLY

  1. Click the Penn Vet Network Login button.
  2. Enter your username as VET\username.  Make sure you use a back slash \ NOT a forward slash /
  3. Enter your Vet Domain password - the one you use to login to your school computer.
  4. Click the Login button.

Having trouble logging in?

  1. Is your password at least 6 characters? If not, logging in won't work, and you'll have to visit the help desk to change it.
  2. Can you log in to learn.vet or any of the public computers with the username and password you are trying? If not, you are using the wrong username and password. This is NOT your pennkey and NOT your email login, although your Penn Vet network login may HAPPEN to be the same as either or both of them.
  3. Are you using a backslash \ and NOT a frontslash / ? The backslash is on the same key as the pipe | NOT on the key with a question mark.

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