What's Happening at Palo Alto Humane Society
I FOUND A BABY KITTEN—WHAT CAN I DO?
THERE ARE CATS IN MY YARD, ON MY STREET OR AT
WORK—WHAT CAN I DO?
I LOST MY DOG (OR CAT) OR I FOUND A DOG (OR CAT)—WHAT CAN I DO?
I FOUND AN INJURED BIRD, SQUIRREL, RACCOON, DEER, ETC.—WHAT CAN I DO?
PAHS at 2013 May Fête Parade and Fair in Heritage Park
Join PAHS at Palo Alto’s 2013 May Fête Parade!
Ming Needs an Angel
PAHS Receives a 2013 Palo Alto Weekly Holiday Fund Grant!
PAHS at Hillview SurvivalFest 2013
Easter Sunday with the Animals
Freeb!rds Burrito Continues Cat Food Drives for PAHS
PAHS Benefit—Easter Sunday with the Animals
DAILY POST MYSTERY PHOTO (it was us, PAHS!)
Patxi’s Fundraiser—A Great Success!
PAHS Is Part of Mollie Stone’s Community Card Program!
Patxi’s Palo Alto Fundraiser for PAHS—Lunch and Dinner,
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Diva Needs an Angel
Whole Foods “Nickels for Non Profits” Update
Mira’s Homemade Uses a PAHS Logo!
Freeb!rds World Burrito Supports Palo Alto Humane Society!
Palo Alto Humane Society Presents Our 2012 Holiday Gala Event
FEDERAL EMPLOYEES CAN DONATE TO PAHS THROUGH CFC IN 2012
PAHS at Combined Federal Campaign South Bay Kickoff
The Combined Federal Campaign (an annual donation program for federal employees) held its 2012 kickoff at NASA-Ames at Moffett Field. PAHS is a first-time participant in the program.
PAHS JOINS CA HUMANE SOCIETIES TO CALL FOR A BOYCOTT OF RINGLING BROS. CIRCUS
PAHS urges you not to support circuses that use live animals in their shows.
PALO ALTO CITY-FUNDED ANIMAL SHELTER TO CONTINUE ITS WORK
"Rarely have I seen an organization come forward with a comprehensive set of ideas like that." –Palo Alto City Councilmember Sid Espinosa when referring to the Palo Alto Humane Society proposal
The budget proposal that came before the Palo Alto City Council on June 11, to be finalized on June 18, included allocations for the municipal animal shelter to continue its operations through fiscal year 2013. The turning point for the City Council to reject the City Manager's plan to outsource shelter operations came after Palo Alto Humane Society submitted a proposal suggesting specific measures to address the budget deficit caused by the City of Mountain View's decision not to renew its contract with Palo Alto Animal Services, which runs the shelter.
Also instrumental in persuading the City Council not to shut down the shelter was the huge public outcry against the proposed outsourcing organized by Palo Alto Humane Society and the Save Our Shelter campaign.
Looking to adopt?
The local shelter is Palo Alto Animal Services, and they have many animals who need loving homes. Please call (650) 496-5971.
Looking for gifts?
Visit the PAHS gift gallery at 520 Santa Cruz Avenue, Menlo Park.
“The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by how its animals are treated . . .”
- Mahatma Gandhi