Cat lovers, the weekend you’ve all been waiting for is here: CatCon 2018

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Hundreds of adoptable felines are getting ready to go to the cat party of the year. Strolling through the Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA’s Neely Cat Center, I spotted a litter of two-month-old tabbies showing off their pouncing skills, a 3-year-old Siamese mix fastidiously grooming herself to the nines, and a snoozing senior getting in …

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Good reasons why you should adopt a senior pet

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Fourteen-year-old Graysea arrived at the Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA in November of 2017. His owner fell ill and was no longer able to provide him with the care he needed. While Graysea was in good shape, he was a senior, which automatically made it difficult for him to find a home. Fearful of medical …

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Guess who’s using Lyft? This cute guy.

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It’s Kitten Season and shelters are full of tiny, homeless felines. To do my part, I recently fostered a litter of four, 4-week-old, beautiful, orphaned kittens. The experience was a great one and I wanted to share it with you. The four kittens started their journey when they were found somewhere near Baldwin Park without a mom. …

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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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