About the Program
Please consider a donation to assist PAHS help these animals!
Your contributions are essential to support the work PAHS does on behalf of animals. As a 501(c)3 charitable organization, PAHS is funded entirely by donations, which are tax-deductible.
The PAHS Employee Identification Number (EIN) is 94-1358297.
Your contributions help animals by supporting these PAHS programs:
- Pet Help: This program provides financial assistance for people facing unmanageable veterinary expenses for their pets.
- Animal Rescue Fund (ARF): Animal Rescue Fund is for volunteers who face major veterinary costs for homeless community animals. Cases are assessed on an individual basis.
- Spay & Neuter Fund: PAHS’ Spay and Neuter program provides critical funding to underwrite surgeries for homeless animals and those from low-income households.
Palo Alto Humane Society's Faces of hope
Chico became severely ill—he was vomiting and not eating. X-rays showed thread in his abdomen. Emergency surgery was performed and he survived!
His surgery was funded by our Pet Help program, which provides financial aid to people in need for critical cases for their pets.
Black and White Kittens
These kittens were rescued from a commercial property and hand-raised. They are all sociable and healthy cats! All were spayed and neutered in February, supported by the Spay & Neuter program through PAHS.
Please inquire at firstname.lastname@example.org to adopt!
Apollo and Artemis
PAHS first heard about Apollo and Artemis from a phone call: “I’ve found a cat with a dangling leg!” The caller caught the 2 cats and transported them to a veterinary hospital. Apollo had a critically broken leg, and the doctor decided to remove it.
He is recovering well, and he and his buddy enjoy long snuggling naps with their wonderful foster mom.
Susan, PAHS’ Veterinary & Outreach manager, received a call from a very distressed person concerning her rabbit, Miss Salty. Susan is also a licensed Humane Educator with House Rabbit Society, so this call was in a way miraculous. She immediately referred Miss Salty to Dr. Stern, a specialist at Exotic Pet Clinic of Santa Cruz. Miss Salty was admitted for an emergency spay and hospitalization. She survived and is now recovering at home.
Blanquita was literally taken off the streets. She was thin and had injured paws. Her foster mom has provided wonderful loving care, with many trips to the clinic to help Blanquita with her many health issues. She is looking and feeling much better!
Her care is funded by the ARF program, which supports animals under foster care
Max had a broken paw and required surgery. Pictured with his doctor and veterinary technician at Burbank Pet Hospital in the first image, Max recovered fully.
He is a very happy boy now!
Paris had a large cyst on her neck. Her people qualified for Pet Help, which provides financial assistance. Paris underwent a successful surgery at Silicon Valley Pet Clinic.
“Paris came home and she’s doing fine. Again thank thank you very much!”