Not Too Late for Daisy's Day NorthBay biz magazine featured PAHS' ann…

Not Too Late for Daisy's Day NorthBay biz magazine featured PAHS' annual Daisy's Day fundraiser in its November issue, bringing attention to our lifesaving veterinary programs to our northern Bay Area neighbors. It's not too late to contribute to the Daisy Fund—for more information, go to: https://www.paloaltohumane.org/daisys-day-2020/ View On Facebook

PANLEUKOPENIA ALERT TO LOCAL RESCUERS (Mid-Peninsula Through San Jose, CA) Ther…

PANLEUKOPENIA ALERT TO LOCAL RESCUERS (Mid-Peninsula Through San Jose, CA) There have been several kittens trapped recently with severe diarrhea, lethargy, not eating. One has tested positive for Panleukopenia (Feline Parvovirus test). Others are doing poorly. Best practice is to isolate all incoming kittens for 2 weeks. Fall kittens are often less sturdy than those […]

Palo Alto Daily Post Plugs Recued!, a Family Board Game Rescued!, developed by …

Palo Alto Daily Post Plugs Recued!, a Family Board Game Rescued!, developed by PAHS education partner Clorofil under the leadership of humane educator Isabelle Cnudde, is a fun game for the holidays. It features among its animal characters a kitten named Zoom who was rescued by PAHS people Carole Hyde and Leonor Delgado. Half the […]

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) at Cupertino High School Partners with…

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) at Cupertino High School Partners with PAHS in Pet Food and Supplies Drive The FBLA team was on the job Saturday, November 21, to collect and deliver community donations from San Jose and Cupertino neighbors destined for PAHS’ education shelter partner, Silicon Valley Animal Control Authority. On hand for […]

PAHS Supports the Barron Park Donkeys We at PAHS have always placed a priority …

PAHS Supports the Barron Park Donkeys We at PAHS have always placed a priority on helping local animals and have been supporters of the Barron Park Donkeys and Acterra: Action for a Healthy Planet, the group that funds the donkeys' care. We are hoping that Perry will soon have a new compatible companion and mourn […]

YCS – I Meets PAHS

The afternoon of Friday, November 20, a group of Palo Alto middle school students participating in Youth Community Service’s Interactive program under the leadership of Mickaela Bernardo met via Zoom with PAHS education manager Leonor Delgado to talk about the importance of advocacy and adoption to save shelter animals and writing about service projects, volunteering […]

Donation to Our Education Partner, SVACA Silicon Valley Animal Control Authorit…

Donation to Our Education Partner, SVACA Silicon Valley Animal Control Authority was the recipient of a generous in-kind donation to help shelter fosters from the Adoption Center Club (ACC), a Stevenson School group of young animal lovers and their siblings. These students used the proceeds from a plant sale to reach out to shelter animals. […]