A census of a different kind: butterflies and how you can help count

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My son is a volunteer at Canyon Park in Monrovia. He enjoys helping to keep the park clean, interacting with the visitors and feeding the resident animals at the nature center. Recently, at a volunteer “thank you” picnic, I heard about an upcoming event that sounded wonderful. It is the National Butterfly Count! For those …

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Dog Kennels Will Close in 100+ Temps

Categories: In the News

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.

Free Adoption Day

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This week I’d like to share information about two very important things: finding animals homes and keeping them safe. If you are looking to add a new furry friend to your family, I’d like to invite you the Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA on June 29 for the 5th Annual “Free Adoption Day.” Adoption fees …

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Hot Weather Tips for Pets

Categories: In the News

Keep your pets hydrated with plenty of cool water. Provide shade and water if your pet is outside. Avoid exercising pets during peak heat hours. Early morning or late evening is best. A dog’s paw pads can burn easily when walking on asphalt, artificial grass, cement or other similar surfaces. Walk them later in the …

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