Holiday Gift Guide

The holidays are the perfect time to spread the love and give back to homeless animals in your community. There are so many ways to show your support this holiday season. Check out some ideas below to spread cheer to pets in need.

 

Give a Gift to a Pet in Need

Show your love to the animals at Pasadena Humane by purchasing an item directly from our Amazon or Shelter Shop Wish Lists. All items are donated to the animals at Pasadena Humane!

 

 

 

 

Gift New Merch

Surprise your loved ones with new Pasadena Humane merch! You can purchase apparel, accessories, and more, all while supporting the animals.

 

 

 

 

 


Send a Special Holiday Ecard

Consider making a donation to Pasadena Humane in honor or in memory of a special person or pet. Personalized messages and fun holiday ecards can be delivered straight to their inbox! To send an ecard, make sure you select “Dedicate my donation in honor or memory of someone.”

 

 

 

Shop at Community Partners

Shop at retailers such as Vroman’s BookstorePet Food Express, and Amazon (visit smile.amazon.com and choose Pasadena Humane). Our Community Partners will generously donate a portion of their proceeds to us.

 

 

 

Organize Your New Year with a 2023 Calendar

Kick-start your new year with a 2023 Pasadena Humane calendar! 100% of the proceeds will go towards helping animals in need. This wall calendar makes a great gift for friends, family, or yourself!

 

 

 

Treat a Hockey Lover

Enjoy a night out at the LA Kings game with Pasadena Humane! Watch them take on the Dallas Stars on January 19th. A portion of every ticket purchased through this link will go back to animals in need.

 

 

Give a Gift Card

Send a friend or loved one a gift card to our Shelter Shop! They can be loaded with any amount and make the perfect gift for the animal lover in your life.

 

 

 

 

Donate to Help Animals

Give back to animals in need this holiday season with a donation to Pasadena Humane. Your gift will help provide the resources needed to help homeless pets find homes for the holidays.