YCS Action Team Learns About Animal Shelters

The YCS (Youth Community Service) Action Team, consisting of students from Jordan and JLS Middle Schools in Palo Alto participated in a special session of Kiddies 2 Kitties held the afternoon of May 3. Team members visited SVACA in Santa Clara where they learned about the functions and goals of animal shelters like SVACA that, because of high release rates, now qualify as […]

St. Francis Animal Welfare Club Learns About the Life of Dogs in Mongolia

At its final meeting for this semester the morning of May 3, the Animal Welfare Club at St. Francis High School in Mountain View welcomed Chris Corvetti from Grassroots Ecology who spoke about adjusting to different cultural practices during her work as a high-school teacher for the Peace Corps in a rural Mongolian town. Chris spent two years in […]

Edgar Hernandez, Senior Manager Customer Care: HGVC Waikoloa – Allow Animal Rescues to Help Your Cat Communities!

We request that you sign and share this petition. Thank you, Palo Alto Humane Society. https://www.change.org/p/edgar-hernandez-senior-manager-customer-care-hgvc-waikoloa-allow-animal-rescues-to-help-your-cat-communities Edgar Hernandez, Senior Manager Customer Care: HGVC Waikoloa – Allow Animal Rescues to Help Your Cat Communities! For years the Hilton Bay Club supported a TNRM (Trap-Neuter-Return-Maintain) program for cat communities living on their properties by working with local […]

PAHS Is the Featured Nonprofit in May 2017 Atherton Living

Atherton Living, a monthly in-print magazine for residents of Atherton and neighboring communities, highlights a nonprofit organization every month. The May 2017 edition features “Creating Compassionate Communities,” a history of PAHS and its nearly 110 years of service on the mid-Peninsula. Written by Carole Hyde, PAHS Executive Director, “Creating Compassionate Communities” describes PAHS’ multifaceted approach […]

Finale at Monta Loma Critter Club

Thursday, April 27, marked the final session of Critter Club at Monta Loma Elementary in Mountain View. For a total of five weeks PAHS partnered with the Mountain View Whisman District Beyond the Bell to offer Critter Club sessions on important issues in humane education—kindness to all, best practices in care for pets, safety around dogs, cats in homes […]

“PEPE” with PAHS at Stanford

Aileen Thomas of the Office of Sponsored Research at Stanford University organized a Personal Enrichment Professional Excellence session, or “PEPE,” for employees. This PEPE was devoted to issues in animal care and animal adoption. Representing PAHS were educational volunteer Chris Witzel and her dog Jesse, a therapy dog who accompanies Chris on visits to disabled seniors in […]

Maddie Joins the Crowd at Alex and Ani

The Alex and Ani fundraiser for PAHS at Stanford Shopping Center on Thursday, April 20, provided the opportunity for Maddie, a sweet and friendly older Labradoodle, to make her debut as a PAWS 2 PAHS volunteer. Accompanying Maddie was her person, Lucy Madaffari, who runs Tails Up Pet Care offering services on the mid-Peninsula. Lucy has also joined our […]