Snowflake is happy at home

Categories: Adoption Stories

It’s been four weeks since we brought precious Snowflake home. I figure it’s a good time to send you an update! She was shy and scared at first. Your advice on how to help her with the transition to our house was so helpful, and very much appreciated. She’s been out in the house for …

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54 cats rescued from Pasadena home

Categories: PHS Blog

My heart dropped to my stomach as I answered my desk phone and heard the words, “We have a situation.” Our head of Operations continued, “Our officers are currently on scene at a house that has a horrible odor that you smell from the outside and there have been reports of multiple animals on the …

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Patty and Selma

Categories: Adoption Stories

After being announced broadly through the adoption center “the rat people are here”, we knew we were part of the family. Patty and Selma were left in a parking lot and were thoughtfully given to the Pasadena Humane Society to be saved. We were only too lucky to make them part of our family. They …

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Little by little Tony became part of the family

Categories: Adoption Stories

Last year the Pasadena Humane Society rescued Tony–a big, orange, eight-year-old tabby—from a hoarding situation. He was aloof and didn’t want to be touched, and he was still waiting for a home after four months in the shelter. But I fell in love with him because he reminded me of a beloved cat we had …

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Disaster Planning for Pets

Categories: In the News

The Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA assists animals in the community during disasters. In fact, PHS is a first responder and lead agency, working closely with our eleven animal control contract cities to rescue animals and provide emergency housing and care for displaced animals. When disaster strikes, it’s all hands on deck. Staff sets up …

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