California SB 573—Microchipping Shelter Pets—Passes Both Houses! Ready for Gove…

  California SB 573—Microchipping Shelter Pets—Passes Both Houses! Ready for Governor Newsom’s Signature!   This bi-partisan bill (introduced by Senator Ling Ling Chang) would prohibit a public animal control agency or shelter, society for the prevention of cruelty to animals shelter, humane society shelter, or rescue group from releasing a dog or cat to an […]

More About PAHS’ Rescued Cat Princess It’s been a rocky road at times for this…

Princess is an older and very friendly colony cat we are helping with veterinary care through our Animal Rescue Fund. She’s now in the care of The Drafty Barn, a local rescue, where’s she’s recuperating and getting ready for the indoor life. The director of the rescue tell us: “Princess is starting to sleep deeply […]

Palo Alto Humane Society launches bilingual program for elementary school students

Los Altos Town Crier Features PAHS’ “Mow Wow Animals” Online Bilingual K–5 Humane Education Curriculum! The Schools section of the August 25 online and print newspaper describes how “Mow Wow Animals” fulfills the California Code of Education’s Character Education requirement. “Mow Wow Animals” is a… More Palo Alto Humane Society launches bilingual program for elementary […]

Learn About Therapy Dogs

Psychologist Julie Forbes, Ph.D.and her super-cool Greyhound Kermit, veterinarian Rachel Wheeler, and PAHS education manager Leonor Delgado joined local Girl Scout Troop 60319 for an informative session at the beginning of August about therapy dogs. Needless to say, Kermit was the silent star of our video. Meet Kermit and find out about the important role […]