The Palo Alto Humane Society’s library features valuable information found at different Web sites and in original reports and papers addressing issues related to animals. Click the links to access the information online and download the papers. Or, if you prefer, you can visit us and read the reports in our office.
Please do not contact PAHS with a solicitation concerning services, advice, or product request.
EWE TUBE: A PAHS ORIGINAL COLLECTION
- Click Here for an original collection of informative videos, interviews and more by PAHS.
PAHS SPECIAL REPORTS
- Airlines and Animal Safety
- It’s a Small World After All: Living with Urban Wildlife (En Español)
- What Do Dogs Want? (En Español)
PAHS ISSUES IN DEPTH
Legal Beagle: A Publication of the Palo Alto Humane Society for Attorneys and the Clients They Serve
The Moral Standing of Animals by Olga Lenczewska
The Moral Difference Between the Treatment of Domesticated Animals and Wildlife by Olga Lenczewska
The Discussion Around the Legal Status of Animals by Olga Lenczewska
Control of Homeless Cat Populations: California Humane Coalition Position Paper
Cat Overpopulation Problem at a Glance: Non-Lethal and Non-Punitive Solutions
Disaster Preparedness reports on preparing for natural and other disasters
Takeaways from the 2018 Wildfires by Kasper Halevy and the Animal Advocacy Club of the International School of the Peninsula Middle School, a report on the fires and organizations and agencies that intervene to help.
Sex & the Kitty: To spay or not to spay? A comic by William Warrior
We thank Stella Winter, a 4th-grade student from Vermont, for her interest in animal welfare and her research that led her to refer us to this page:
Vegan Resource Guide
A Guide to Cruelty-Free Beauty Shopping
Special thanks to Megan, from the Hampton Public Library in New Hampshire, for doing the research that brought her to this very informative site. Links on the site provide valuable information about compassion for animals and animal welfare.
Written by Kasper Halevy in collaboration with the middle school Animal Advocacy Club at The School of The Peninsula, these manuals offer insights on caring for our most common and popular pets, dogs, and cats. PAHS thanks Kasper and the club for their commitment to helping animals and the activities they promote to do so.
Learn about pet adoption and the responsibilities of pet care through a series of videos produced for PAHS by Girl Scout Ambassador Kristen Benz for her Gold Award.
Guide to Moving with Household Pets: Safely Relocating your Furry, Feathered, and Scaly Friends
How to Move Your Pet to Your New Home
Moving with Pets: 10 Tips for Success
Make a Pet Resume For Your Furry Friend (Printable)
Renting with Pets: The Ultimate Guide to Finding a Pet-Friendly Apartment and Living with Pets
Grassroots Lifesaving for Citizens Protocol from American Pets Alive!
PAHS thanks Amelia, a student in the Kellytown Reading Groups’ animal welfare, rights, and advocacy project, for her research about animal protection laws. The site she recommends discusses current and applicable state and federal legislation protecting animals.
Read Kasper Halevy’s community service project for the International School of the Peninsula Middle School focusing on the harsh reality of puppy mills and the actions we as animal lovers can take to avoid supporting them as well as what has been done to date to outlaw them.
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