The Pasadena Humane Society (PHS) & SPCA is a non-profit group dedicated to providing compassion and care to animals in need in the area. It caters to the needs of the furry friends within its service area regardless of age, medical condition, and breed. It promotes the humane treatment and quality of life for all animals, domestic, exotic, wild or livestock through enforcing and advocating the proper and just handling of animals as well as through fostering awareness through public education and leading by example.
The group is notable for their programs including:
- Providing shelter, food, and medical care to thousands of domestic and wild animals.
- Adopting out homeless companion animals into loving forever homes.
- Reuniting lost pets with their owners.
- Responding to stray, injured, or dead animals.
- Animal behavior consultation, dog training, and dog boarding; and more.
Interested parties can help make a difference in the lives of animals in Pasadena through making a tax-deductible donation here. Proceeds will all go to food, shelter, veterinary care, pet adoptions, wildlife care, rehabilitation, and release, investigation and prevention of animal abuse, funding spay and neuter services for underserved communities, and humane education programs.
PHS & SPCA can be found at 361 S. Raymond Ave. Pasadena, CA 91105. They can be reached through phone at 626-792-7151. To find out more about this group, please visit their website at http://www.pasadenahumane.org.