Intervention In A Nut Shell
The Palo Alto Humane Society (PAHS) helps animals through funding programs which provide for the spaying and neutering of animals, the spaying and colony management of homeless cats, emergency veterinary care for animals in need, and low income veterinary assistance for people in need.
ARF – Our “Animal Rescue Fund” provides emergency care for rescued animals.
CatWorks – This program helps homeless cats and assists people managing feral colonies
Help Line – Provides advice and resources to assist people with issues involving animals.
PET Help – Our “Pet Emergency Treatment” Help fund assists people on fixed incomes.
Spay and Neuter Fund – Funds the spaying and neutering of pets of those with financial need.
Angel Club – Matching donors who want to give to pets with great veterinary care needs.
Because PAHS does not operate a shelter or clinic, we have compiled a list of resources to make caring for your pet easy.
PAHS recommends that you consult the Cat Resource Center Cat Topics page for detailed, comprehensive information about community (feral) cats and cat-related issues in general.
Spay and neuter your pets and neighborhood strays
PAHS believes that the most important thing to do for the welfare of animals is to spay or neuter them, so that every puppy, kitten, or rabbit born may find a loving and responsible home.
Because of its beliefs, PAHS has dedicated a large portion of its annual budget to subsidize the spaying and neutering of homeless animals and pets of owners with financial need.
Our spay/neuter vouchers are made possible by donations from the public and from friends of the Palo Alto Humane Society. We receive no government funding. Please give and have the satisfaction of knowing your donation prevented countless animal births contributing to pet overpopulation.
Sex & the Kitty: To spay or not to spay?
A comic by William Warrior
© 2008 Palo Alto Humane Society
To Spay or Not To Spay? There is no question!.
Bill is a 27-year veteran Animal Control Officer with Palo Alto Animal Services and a longtime good friend to PAHS.