Metro classified advertising executive Jennifer Fisher,left, holds Robbie, while PSPC|Sam Newhouse1/5 Metro classified advertising executive Jennifer Fisher,left, holds Robbie, while PSPC|Sam Newhouse
Metro account manager Lizanne Hayes shares a kiss with Ryan.|Sam Newhouse2/5 Metro account manager Lizanne Hayes shares a kiss with Ryan.|Sam Newhouse
Gillian and Metro associate publisher Susan Peiffer|Sam Newhouse3/5 Gillian and Metro associate publisher Susan Peiffer|Sam Newhouse
Robbie struts his stuff.|Sam Newhouse4/5 Robbie struts his stuff.|Sam Newhouse
Lindsay from Uber gets some puppy love while Gillian looks on.|Sam Newhouse5/5 Lindsay from Uber gets some puppy love while Gillian looks on.|Sam Newhouse
The staff at Metro Philadelphia got to enjoy some puppy love on Thursday.
Metro Phillyis a pretty fun place to work, but it took off into the stratosphereafter employees successfully lobbied to get a visit from puppies up for adoption through the PennsylvaniaSPCA, who were driven to the Metro office by Uber.
Uberwas chauffeuring Robbie and Ryan, two Catahoula Leopard/cocker spaniel mixes,to offices around the Philadelphia area to help raise funds for the PSPCA, which is 100 percent donor-funded.
They romped, jumped and ran around the conference room in Metro Philly's offices in Center City while staff members oohed and ahhed.
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The puppies stole our hearts, and left us all with smiles on our faces.
The PSPCA has Robbie and Ryan up for adoption, along with dozens of other pups, at their state headquarters at 350 E. Erie Ave.