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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Chubbs the Cat

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You’ve probably heard about the 29-pound cat named Chubbs that has taken the internet by storm.  A good Samaritan found him alone, wandering the streets of Altadena last week. Lifting and lugging him to the humane society was like carrying a two-year-old child. At approximately the size of three normal-sized cats, there was not a carrier that …

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As a pet foster parent, Manissa Pedroza stands up for animals

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Manissa Pedroza is a superstar foster volunteer. Caring for over 60 litters since 2015, she has acted as mother and savior to hundreds of kittens who would have been at risk without her love and attention. Providing care to moms with their babies, babies that didn’t have moms, and an assorted few that were adults …

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Childhood dream of living near wildlife becomes reality

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The only wildlife I experienced growing up in New York City was the occasional squirrel, pigeon, or duck. I loved to watch them outside of the five-story building where we lived. There was a park nearby and I would laugh as I watched the squirrels collect acorns to store, the birds retrieve sticks to make …

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Call me Cavy

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For those of you who know me you probably have heard me say how wonderful guinea pigs are as pets. I believe they are the best starter pets for children. Easy to care for, these little guys are hardy, gentle, and fun. Making noises to let you know how they are feeling, a purr when they are …

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