Ali the Survivor

Categories: Adoption Stories
In December 2016, the Pasadena Humane Society rescued a very special puppy. Abby, a four-month-old pit bull puppy, weighed just over two pounds. She was thin, dehydrated, and missing most of her fur. Her left eye had such a bad infection it had to be removed, and she could barely see out of her right …

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Pasadena Humane Adoption Partner for CatCon

Categories: In the News

PASADENA HUMANE PARTNERS WITH CATCON FOR $20 CAT ADOPTIONS The Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA will facilitate on-site adoptions at CatCon, the annual convention where pop culture and cat culture converge. More than 100 cats and kittens will be available for adoption over the course of the two day event held at the Pasadena Convention …

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Tina the Alligator Paves Way for Temporary Guests

Categories: President's Blog

Almost a year ago, Tina the Alligator moved from the Pasadena Humane Society to the Los Angeles Zoo. Rescuing her 28 years earlier from conditions of squalor, the Humane Society catered to her every alligator need helping her survive and thrive for years. Tina was somewhat of a local celebrity with Pasadena residents. Many even …

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Big Moose

Categories: Adoption Stories

Back in January we adopted Moose from PHS. He was timid, scared, and really unsure of himself. The first few days were rough. He hid in the bathtub and refused to come out of the bathroom. Little by little we worked up to petting him in the bathtub. Then, getting him out of the bathtub, but …

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Edgar, the kitten with a heart of gold, passes away

Categories: President's Blog

A few weeks ago, a kitten named Edgar was introduced to the community. He has since stolen the hearts of thousands of animal lovers. Edgar originally entered the shelter as a newborn kitten along with his mom and siblings. He spent weeks in foster care before the litter was big and strong enough to return …

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