More about the Farmer case and Friday’s court appearance—please support us!NEXT …

More about the Farmer case and Friday’s court appearance—please support us! NEXT FARMER (Cat Killer) HEARING WILL BE ON APRIL 7th WITH TWO WITNESSES’ TESTIMONY FARMER’S court hearing where the two witnesses will testify is on FRIDAY, April 7th , 2017, 9:00 AM Superior Court Hall of Justice 190 West Hedding Street Dept 39-6th floor […]

Kittens from Companions in Waiting Visit Daisy Scouts!

The afternoon of Tuesday, April 4, Scouts in Daisy Troop 62638 who meet at Encinal Elementary in Atherton were treated to a special visit from Jo Hamilton, founder of Companions in Waiting, a local dog and cat rescue group based in Menlo Park and Half Moon Bay. Accompanying Jo were PAHS’ Education Manager Leonor Delgado and two special […]

Santa Clara Public Library, SVACA, and PAHS Partner for “April Drool’s Day”

The morning of Saturday, April 1, was a special movie day for children and their parents at the Northside Branch of the Santa Clara City Library in celebration of “April Drool’s Day.” These guests watched the PAHS’ award-winning short film, It’s a Dog’s Day, followed by a screening of 101 Dalmatians. In the afternoon, children and parents resumed activities […]

PAHS Recruits at the City of Mountain View Volunteer Fair

The City of Mountain View Volunteer Fair at the Mountain View Community Center in Rengstorff Park, held on Saturday, April 1, attracted many different community and nonprofit organizations. As PAHS has a long history of service in Mountain View, we joined in the volunteer recruitment activities. PAHS was on the lookout for education volunteers to […]

PAHS–SVACA Kiddies 2 Kitties Program Featured in the Santa Clara Weekly

“Kiddies 2 Kitties Socializes Cats, Encourages Kids to Read,” by reporter Melissa McKenzie, is a featured front-page article in the Santa Clara Weekly’s March 31–April 6 edition. McKenzie interviewed SVACA’s Outreach Coordinator Janet Alexander and PAHS’ Education Manager Leonor Delgado about the origin and history of this shelter-based reading program and its ongoing success. Since […]

Atlas Is One Very Busy Cat!

Atlas, a super-friendly adoptable cat at SVACA (Silicon Valley Animal Control Authority in Santa Clara), has been especially busy with volunteer activities throughout the month of March. He’s participated in several outreach sessions organized through our PAHS–SVACA partnership. Here’s Atlas, at a recent (March 30) Critter Club session with the Beyond the Bell after-school program at Monta Loma Elementary in […]