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Adoptables Art
Critter Club
Kiddies 2 Kitties
It's a Dog's Day
Trees Are Never Lonely
Internships for Students

PAWS 2 PAHS Community Visits

Volunteers trained in humane issues visit classrooms with their well-behaved and child friendly companion dogs or trained therapy or service animals to connect with young people. Topics of discussion include the responsibility of people to animals, animal care, and ways in which animals work in and help the community. Teams are available also to visit care facilities and community organizations.

Here are our PAWS 2 PAHS canine and feline volunteers

Ani

Ani

Chief

Chief

Cody

Cody

Duncan

Duncan (Emeritus)

Freddie

Freddie

Jesse

Jesse

Kimberly

Kimberly

Lallie

Lallie

Maddie

Maddie

Max

Max (Emeritus)

Max

Minnie

Quincy

Quincy

Oakland

Rae

Rin

Rin

Rookie (Emeritus)

Rookie (Emeritus)

Rubi

Rubi

Rudy

Sammie (Emeritus)

Sammie (Emeritus)

Shannon

Shannon

Sydney

Taro (Emeritus)

Taro (Emeritus)

Toby

Toby

Wally

Wendell

Wendell

Whitley (Emeritus)

Whitley (Emeritus)

Blondie

Blondie (Emeritus)

Cherubino

Cherubino

Livy (Emeritus)

Livy (Emeritus)

Marlowe

Marlowe

Ricky

Ricky (Emeritus)

Meet The PAHS Humane Education Team

Our Humane Educator and Translator, Leonor Delgado, is an experienced editor and writer of bilingual educational materials at all grade levels as well as a long-term cat rescuer, volunteering in TNR efforts and as a feral colony manager. She offers presentations and discussion sessions in English and Spanish in topics in humane education in school and afterschool settings for students of all ages. She is also responsible for the development of Mow Wow Animals, PAHS’ online teacher tool for grades K–5, and for training educators in the use of the tool. contact

Susan Stienstra-Vance, who coordinates PAHS’ social media and media campaigns, is a licensed humane educator with House Rabbit Society, and in that capacity, has taught children and adults about rabbits and how to care for them. She is also an excellent resource about horses and wildlife.

Patty Hurley, PAHS volunteer, is a special education advocate and consultant who works with families with children in preschool through high school. She provides advice about educational materials and helps coordinate Kiddies 2 Kitties sessions and assists in Critter Club and other kinds of presentations.

Our Puppet Team
Joining Leonor, Susan, and Patty are a cast of puppet characters who, on demand, participate in PAHS special events.

Click on the images below to meet them.

Felicity

Harold

Chuck

Bertha

Henry

Carlotta

Petunia

Hurricane