Low-Cost Vaccine Clinic in Monrovia

Categories: In the News

Does your dog or cat need their annual shots or rabies vaccination? Protect your pet with ease at our low-cost vaccine clinic in Monrovia at Library Park on Thursday, September 15 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. Microchipping and pet licensing services will also be available. Available vaccines and services: Rabies $6.00 Dogs and cats 3 months …

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Introducing Julie Bank

Categories: In the News

PASADENA HUMANE SOCIETY APPOINTS NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED ANIMAL WELFARE ADVOCATE, JULIE BANK, PRESIDENT AND CEO The Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA (PHS), a community-funded animal welfare organization, is pleased to announce its new President and CEO, Julie Bank, a nationally recognized animal welfare advocate and leader. Julie has been working in animal welfare for nearly 30 …

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Fairy-tail Ending For Young Kitten

Categories: Adoption Stories, In the News

Thomas Jefferson, TJ for short, arrived at PHS as a stray over the 4th of July weekend. This young kitten weighed just over 1.5 pounds and suffered from a treatable skin condition that caused fur loss with inflamed and itchy skin. TJ’s skin condition did not affect his spirit. He was outgoing, friendly and VERY …

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Later, gator! Tina moves to the LA Zoo

Categories: In the News

After 18 years at the Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA, Tina the Alligator will be moved to the LA Zoo. Tina, a 7-foot, 100 pound American Alligator, was one of many wild and exotic animals that came to PHS in 1998 when a traveling wildlife education program closed due to permitting issues. Tina has lived …

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18th Annual Wiggle Waggle Walk Coming Sept 25

Categories: In the News

Get your walking shoes on and grab a leash, it’s Wiggle Waggle Walk time! Animal lovers and their canine friends are invited to the Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA’s 18th Annual Wiggle Waggle Walk – a community fundraiser for animals – at Brookside Park adjacent to the Rose Bowl. The Walk will start at 8 …

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