CatCon: The Convention with Catitude

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Last weekend I attended CatCon, the convention with catitude.  The pop culture event was held at the Pasadena Convention Center where more than 20,000 cat enthusiasts converged over two days to enjoy cat-centric merchandise, cat-related presentations, meet celebrity cats and see cats available for adoption. The Pasadena Humane Society was the official adoption agency for …

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PHS Rescues Kitten with Possible Meth Exposure

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Donate now to help Joey When a homeless woman brought Joey the kitten to the Pasadena Humane Society, he was in bad shape. The 4-month-old kitten was showing signs of meth exposure and had a badly broken leg. Our medical staff jumped into action and saved his life. The symptoms related to his suspected drug …

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Dog Kennels Temporarily Closed Due to 100+ Temperatures

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Hot Dog! When it’s over 100 degrees, our dog kennels will temporarily close for the safety of our pups. The kennels will reopen when the temperature falls below 101 degrees. The Neely Cat Center and Critter House will remain open. View photos of the animals at pasadenahumane.org/pets.

When one love dies, another begins

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Phil had just turned 50 when his wife asked for a divorce.  It was a normal day. He arrived home from work at 5:30, grabbed a drink from the fridge and put the leash on Bob, their Lhasa Apso, to take him for a walk. It had been a stressful day at work and he …

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Life-Saving Kitten Nursery Opens

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Every year, shelters across the Greater Los Angeles area are inundated with thousands of very young, orphaned and abandoned kittens who require extra care before they can be put up for adoption. Sadly, many of these kittens do not make it past day one, as many shelters lack funds, shelter space, and overall capacity to …

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