Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA 2016 Annual Report
2016 was a year of big change at the Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA (PHS). After 36 years at the helm, animal advocate Steve McNall retired. When I became President/CEO in August, I knew it would be a big task, but also an honor. Thank you for embracing me and helping me learn about your community. Your continued support has allowed us to work towards a more humane future for animals.
I spent my first few months on the job learning all about our programs and services. As I watched our amazing staff and volunteers in action, I quickly confirmed that PHS is a leader in the community. We provide high-quality, compassionate care for the people and animals we serve. I am happy to report that PHS is meeting its goals of rescuing, adopting and providing medical care to more than 11,000 shelter animals, while strengthening the human-animal bond through programs and services aimed at responsible pet guardianship.
As we embrace 2017, the PHS Board of Directors has set forth goals that range from assisting animals at high-volume neighboring organizations, additional programs to help homeless kittens, and increased outreach to keep pets in their homes and out of shelters. With the continued support of our partner organizations and animal lovers like you, we will continue to provide compassion and care for all animals.
Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA