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Animals Need Your Help This Holiday Season

First published in the Dec. 24 print issue of the Glendale News-Press.

By Dia DuVernet
President & CEO, Pasadena Humane

This year, hundreds of animals at local shelters are waiting for a holiday miracle of their own. At Pasadena Humane, dogs like Teddy, a terrier mix with the sweetest puppy-dog eyes, and cats like Hannah Belle, an affectionate gray and white tabby, dream of spending the holidays with a new loving family.
You can make a homeless pet’s holiday wish come true by adopting. Or, if you are not able to provide a forever home, consider becoming a foster volunteer.
Just a few days out of the shelter has proven to reduce stress and anxiety in sheltered pets, ultimately helping them get adopted. Foster volunteers for large dogs are especially needed.
Fostering can be for as short or long as your schedule allows, although a two-week minimum commitment is preferred. When you foster a pet from Pasadena Humane, we provide all the supplies and support you’ll need throughout your foster pet’s stay.
With your support, every animal in our community can have a safe and warm place to call home for the holidays.
To learn more about how you can help animals or make a tax-deductible gift before the end of the year, visit pasadenahumane.org.

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