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Sponsored by Sandy Pister
Cali - Long-Haired Calico
Burlingame, CA
This lovely girl needs support and a home with someone who will love her. I have a multicolored female similar to her who I've rescued and my girl is so grateful, thankful and so appreciative of the home I've given her. This sweet girl needs a chance. Please help. Cali’s Story Cali is a beautiful long-haired calico who has been waiting for a forever home since April 19, 2014. She came to Peninsula Humane Society (PHS) from an owner who said she traveled too much and didn’t have time for her anymore. Cali was 9 years old when she came to the shelter, now she is 11 years old. She is a sweet independent cat who likes her space. PHS is dedicated to keep her until she finds her perfect home! Since Cali has been with PHS for almost two years, the cost to feed and care for her is adding up. Please consider making a donation to help PHS support Cali on her journey to find a forever home. If you are interested in adopting Cali [A566889], please contact Dan Hanley at (650) 340-7022 x330 or DHanley@phs-spca.org. About Peninsula Humane Society Protecting and Caring for Animals Since 1952, the Peninsula Humane Society is San Mateo County’s largest and most celebrated animal welfare organization. Programs include supportive care for stray and unwanted domestic animals prior to adoption (with 100% of our healthy adoptable dogs and cats guaranteed a new home!), wildlife rehabilitation (from San Francisco through northern Santa Clara County), low cost and free spay/neuter surgeries, humane education, community outreach, animal rescue and cruelty investigations. Generous gifts of time, resources and funds help us treat, then find homes for more animals. To learn more, visit www.PHS-SPCA.org or visit us at our Tom and Annette Lantos Center for Compassion to check out our adoptable animals located at 1450 Rollins Rd. in Burlingame, CA. How the funds will be used The money raised for this campaign will go to ongoing care for this animal. The cost for each animal includes all fees associated with the campaign. The money raised will be used by Peninsula Humane Society to care for these animals. Please note: Any funds raised above the goal amount will be used by Peninsula Humane Society to fund care for other animals in their care. If you would like to raise money to help other animals in their care, you can visit this page.
Sponsored by Susan Gauvin Murdoch
Asimov - Orange Tabby Cat
Please help this loving kitty...she needs a forever home . She was loved, and now doesn't understand why she is no longer in her loving home. Asimov’s Story Meet Asimov, an 11 year-old orange tabby female cat. She was surrendered to Peninsula Humane Society (PHS) because her owner’s (who had her since she was a kitten) rent was increased by 70% and her new apartment wouldn’t allow animals. Asimov’s owner was very reluctant to give her to the shelter, but unfortunately she had no choice. Asimov did not do well when she first was in the shelter; she lost weight and became very sick. PHS performed bloodwork and did lots of test to determine the cause of her issues but everything came back normal. It was concluded that she was suffering from stress and depression. The PHS staff had their best cat TLC volunteers work with her every day to make her feel comfortable in the shelter environment. Asimov has been patiently waiting for her forever home since August 20th, 2015. Since Asimov has been with PHS for over a year, the cost to feed and care for her is adding up. Please consider making a donation to help PHS support Asimov on her journey to find a forever home! If you are interested in adopting Asimov [A356933], please contact Dan Hanley at (650) 340-7022 x330 or DHanley@phs-spca.org. About Peninsula Humane Society Protecting and Caring for Animals Since 1952, the Peninsula Humane Society is San Mateo County’s largest and most celebrated animal welfare organization. Programs include supportive care for stray and unwanted domestic animals prior to adoption (with 100% of our healthy adoptable dogs and cats guaranteed a new home!), wildlife rehabilitation (from San Francisco through northern Santa Clara County), low cost and free spay/neuter surgeries, humane education, community outreach, animal rescue and cruelty investigations. Generous gifts of time, resources and funds help us treat, then find homes for more animals. To learn more, visit www.PHS-SPCA.org or visit us at our Tom and Annette Lantos Center for Compassion to check out our adoptable animals located at 1450 Rollins Rd. in Burlingame, CA. How the funds will be used The money raised for this campaign will go to ongoing care for this animal. The cost for each animal includes all fees associated with the campaign. The money raised will be used by Peninsula Humane Society to care for these animals. Please note: Any funds raised above the goal amount will be used by Peninsula Humane Society to fund care for other animals in their care. If you would like to raise money to help other animals in their care, you can visit this page.
Sponsored by Layhan Berrocal Alan
Archie - Pitbull Mix
Burlingame, CA
Lets help Archie find his forever home! and meanwhile lets help PHS care for him! Any donation is appreciated! Archie’s Story Nothing but Love! Meet Archie he is 3-year-old light gray brindle Pit-bull mix who is full of affection and is looking for his forever home. Archie was found as a stray in Redwood City and brought to Peninsula Humane Society (PHS) by a good samaritan on June 16th, 2016. Unfortunately, Archie had no tags or microchip and no owner ever came forward looking for him. It was soon discovered by PHS staff that Archie was incredibly smart, he know all of his commands: sit, down, crawl, stay, and even roll-over! He is a very healthy guy looking for a compassionate forever home. Since Archie has been with PHS for over six months, the cost to feed and care for him is adding up. Please consider making a donation to help PHS support Archie in his journey to find a forever home! If you are interested in adopting Archie [A809828], please contact Dan Hanley at (650) 340-7022 x330 or DHanley@phs-spca.org. About Peninsula Humane Society Protecting and Caring for Animals Since 1952, the Peninsula Humane Society is San Mateo County’s largest and most celebrated animal welfare organization. Programs include supportive care for stray and unwanted domestic animals prior to adoption (with 100% of our healthy adoptable dogs and cats guaranteed a new home!), wildlife rehabilitation (from San Francisco through northern Santa Clara County), low cost and free spay/neuter surgeries, humane education, community outreach, animal rescue and cruelty investigations. Generous gifts of time, resources and funds help us treat, then find homes for more animals. To learn more, visit www.PHS-SPCA.org or visit us at our Tom and Annette Lantos Center for Compassion to check out our adoptable animals located at 1450 Rollins Rd. in Burlingame, CA. How the funds will be used The money raised for this campaign will go to ongoing care for this animal. The cost for each animal includes all fees associated with the campaign. The money raised will be used by Peninsula Humane Society to care for these animals. Please note: Any funds raised above the goal amount will be used by Peninsula Humane Society to fund care for other animals in their care. If you would like to raise money to help other animals in their care, you can visit this page.
Sponsored by Makena Roman
Ernie - Brown Corgi Mix
Burlingame, CA
This poor dog was obviously abused by some horrible person, let down and left to suffer. Thankfully Ernie is in good hands now, but has medical needs and he needs our help. If you can please make a donation so Ernie can get the care he needs to heal from these horrible burns. Ernie’s Story Ernie is an adorable brown male 3 month old corgi-mix puppy. He was found as a stray in East Palo Alto. He was brought to Peninsula Humane Society (PHS) with suspected chemical burns on his back, rear paws and tail. PHS has been treating Ernie with antibiotics and topical ointments and his skin is showing signs of healing with scant hair growing back. He is currently in foster care being nursed back to health. Please consider making a donation to help PHS support Ernie on his journey to find a forever home. If you are interested in adopting animals like Ernie [unfortunately, Ernie is not available 🙁 ], please contact Dan Hanley at (650) 340-7022 x330 or DHanley@phs-spca.org. About Peninsula Humane Society Protecting and Caring for Animals Since 1952, the Peninsula Humane Society is San Mateo County’s largest and most celebrated animal welfare organization. Programs include supportive care for stray and unwanted domestic animals prior to adoption (with 100% of our healthy adoptable dogs and cats guaranteed a new home!), wildlife rehabilitation (from San Francisco through northern Santa Clara County), low cost and free spay/neuter surgeries, humane education, community outreach, animal rescue and cruelty investigations. Generous gifts of time, resources and funds help us treat, then find homes for more animals. To learn more, visit www.PHS-SPCA.org or visit us at our Tom and Annette Lantos Center for Compassion to check out our adoptable animals located at 1450 Rollins Rd. in Burlingame, CA. How the funds will be used The money raised for this campaign will go to ongoing care for this animal. The cost for each animal includes all fees associated with the campaign. The money raised will be used by Peninsula Humane Society to care for these animals. Please note: Any funds raised above the goal amount will be used by Peninsula Humane Society to fund care and for other animals in their care. If you would like to raise money to help other animals in their care, you can visit this page.
Sponsored by Nancy Feldstein
Elsa - Grey & White Pitbull Mix
Burlingame, CA
Let's help Elsa find her forever family. Pit bull mixes are great dogs! My daughter and her family adopted theirs from their local shelter and I can say I have never seen a sweeter animal. Elsa’s Story This is Elsa, a very sweet and affectionate 4 ½-year-old Pit Bull-mix who was found in East Palo Alto tied to an outside post on November 20th, 2015. When Peninsula Humane Society (PHS) found her she had no tags or microchip and no previous owner ever came forward to claim her. PHS took her under their wing and treated her for a skin allergy, probably due to all the fleas she had on her. She was spayed, microchipped and is currently up for adoption waiting patiently for her forever home. She has been waiting for over a year, but PHS is dedicated to caring for her until she finds the perfect match for her! Since Elsa has been with PHS for over a year, the cost to feed and care for her is adding up. Please consider making a donation to help PHS support Elsa on her journey to find a forever home. If you are interested in adopting Elsa [A800022], please contact Dan Hanley at (650) 340-7022 x330 or DHanley@phs-spca.org. About Peninsula Humane Society Protecting and Caring for Animals Since 1952, the Peninsula Humane Society is San Mateo County’s largest and most celebrated animal welfare organization. Programs include supportive care for stray and unwanted domestic animals prior to adoption (with 100% of our healthy adoptable dogs and cats guaranteed a new home!), wildlife rehabilitation (from San Francisco through northern Santa Clara County), low cost and free spay/neuter surgeries, humane education, community outreach, animal rescue and cruelty investigations. Generous gifts of time, resources and funds help us treat, then find homes for more animals. To learn more, visit www.PHS-SPCA.org or visit us at our Tom and Annette Lantos Center for Compassion to check out our adoptable animals located at 1450 Rollins Rd. in Burlingame, CA. How the funds will be used The money raised for this campaign will go to ongoing care for this animal. The cost for each animal includes all fees associated with the campaign. The money raised will be used by Peninsula Humane Society to care for these animals. Please note: Any funds raised above the goal amount will be used by Peninsula Humane Society to fund care for other animals in their care. If you would like to raise money to help other animals in their care, you can visit this page.
Sponsored by Pam Walton
Cookie - Black Chihuahua
Burlingame, CA
Cookie and her story won my heart. Older dogs need help and shelter too. Here's to Cookie! Cookie’s Story Cookie a 10 ½ year-old black Chihuahua female was dropped off at Peninsula Humane Society (PHS) on February 4th, 2016 by her owner who was moving to a new apartment that didn’t allow pets. Poor Cookie was terrified at first; she was very shy and timid when volunteers and staff tried to handle her. She was also very overweight for a small dog, so the volunteers took her on extra longs walks each day to help socialize her and help her lose weight. She was treated for kennel cough, fleas, worms, ear mites and dental disease (with a few tooth extractions) before she went up for adoption. After time with the staff and volunteers at PHS, Cookie began to blossom and gain confidence. She may be an older girl, but she has lots of spunk left and loves to go on walks, play with toys and cuddle. Since Cookie has been with PHS for almost a year, the cost to feed and care for her is adding up. Please consider making a donation to help PHS support Cookie on her journey to find a forever home. If you are interested in adopting Cookie [A368010], please contact Dan Hanley at (650) 340-7022 x330 or DHanley@phs-spca.org. About Peninsula Humane Society Protecting and Caring for Animals Since 1952, the Peninsula Humane Society is San Mateo County’s largest and most celebrated animal welfare organization. Programs include supportive care for stray and unwanted domestic animals prior to adoption (with 100% of our healthy adoptable dogs and cats guaranteed a new home!), wildlife rehabilitation (from San Francisco through northern Santa Clara County), low cost and free spay/neuter surgeries, humane education, community outreach, animal rescue and cruelty investigations. Generous gifts of time, resources and funds help us treat, then find homes for more animals. To learn more, visit www.PHS-SPCA.org or visit us at our Tom and Annette Lantos Center for Compassion to check out our adoptable animals located at 1450 Rollins Rd. in Burlingame, CA. How the funds will be used The money raised for this campaign will go to ongoing care for this animal. The cost for each animal includes all fees associated with the campaign. The money raised will be used by Peninsula Humane Society to care for these animals. Please note: Any funds raised above the goal amount will be used by Peninsula Humane Society to fund care for other animals in their care. If you would like to raise money to help other animals in their care, you can visit this page.
Sponsored by Maureen Brennan
Lily Belle - Black and White Tuxedo
Burlingame, CA
So many animals need our help! Lily Belle’s Story Poor Lily Belle has been through so much! She was adopted from Peninsula Humane Society (PHS) as a kitten and her owner couldn’t keep her anymore so she was transferred from home to home, and then finally brought back to PHS 4 years later on April 13th, 2015. She a gorgeous 5 year-old black and white tuxedo female cat who has been waiting so patiently at the shelter for her forever home. She loves to play and is very energetic, bust she can get sensitive at times and overstimulated.  PHS’s behavior team has been working with her to help ease her overstimulation. She loves to be petted and given attention. Since Lily Belle has been with PHS for over a year, the cost to feed and care for her is adding up. Please consider making a donation to help PHS support Lily Belle on her journey to find a forever home. If you are interested in adopting Lily Belle [A501129], please contact Dan Hanley at (650) 340-7022 x330 or DHanley@phs-spca.org. About Peninsula Humane Society Protecting and Caring for Animals Since 1952, the Peninsula Humane Society is San Mateo County’s largest and most celebrated animal welfare organization. Programs include supportive care for stray and unwanted domestic animals prior to adoption (with 100% of our healthy adoptable dogs and cats guaranteed a new home!), wildlife rehabilitation (from San Francisco through northern Santa Clara County), low cost and free spay/neuter surgeries, humane education, community outreach, animal rescue and cruelty investigations. Generous gifts of time, resources and funds help us treat, then find homes for more animals. To learn more, visit www.PHS-SPCA.org or visit us at our Tom and Annette Lantos Center for Compassion to check out our adoptable animals located at 1450 Rollins Rd. in Burlingame, CA. How the funds will be used The money raised for this campaign will go to ongoing care for this animal. The cost for each animal includes all fees associated with the campaign. The money raised will be used by Peninsula Humane Society to care for these animals. Please note: Any funds raised above the goal amount will be used by Peninsula Humane Society to fund care for other animals in their care. If you would like to raise money to help other animals in their care, you can visit this page.
Sponsored by Sonali Deshmukh
Gypsy - Shih Tzu
Burlingame, CA
Please help find gypsy her furever home so she can spend her golden years with her own family Gypsy’s Story This sweet little 10 year-old Shih Tzu, named Gypsy, was brought to Peninsula Humane Society (PHS) because her owner of over 9 years had a stroke and was unable to care for her anymore. PHS has been treating her for skin dermatitis (an on-going skin irritation) with medicated baths, fish oil pills, flea control, anti-fungals and antibiotics when the condition worsens. It is believed that when she is in a stable forever home, she will be less stressed and the skin condition will clear up with a regular flea preventative. Please consider making a donation to help PHS support Gypsy on her journey to find a forever home. If you are interested in adopting Gypsy [A599104], please contact Dan Hanley at (650) 340-7022 x330 or DHanley@phs-spca.org. About Peninsula Humane Society Protecting and Caring for Animals Since 1952, the Peninsula Humane Society is San Mateo County’s largest and most celebrated animal welfare organization. Programs include supportive care for stray and unwanted domestic animals prior to adoption (with 100% of our healthy adoptable dogs and cats guaranteed a new home!), wildlife rehabilitation (from San Francisco through northern Santa Clara County), low cost and free spay/neuter surgeries, humane education, community outreach, animal rescue and cruelty investigations. Generous gifts of time, resources and funds help us treat, then find homes for more animals. To learn more, visit www.PHS-SPCA.org or visit us at our Tom and Annette Lantos Center for Compassion to check out our adoptable animals located at 1450 Rollins Rd. in Burlingame, CA. How the funds will be used The money raised for this campaign will go to ongoing care for this animal. The cost for each animal includes all fees associated with the campaign. The money raised will be used by Peninsula Humane Society to care for these animals. Please note: Any funds raised above the goal amount will be used by Peninsula Humane Society to fund care for other animals in their care. If you would like to raise money to help other animals in their care, you can visit this page.
Sponsored by Gwynn Vitello
Frankie - Tri-Colored Terrier Mix
Burlingame, CA
We’d love to take adorable Frankie (with his appealing eyes) home, but 3 dogs are all we can handle! Thank you to the Humane Society for giving us the opportunity to make this little guy feel appreciated and loved until he gets a new home. Frankie’s Story Frankie this adorable 8 year-old tri-colored terrier-mix was brought to Peninsula Humane Society (PHS) on July 17th, 2016 by his owner who was “too busy to take care” of him anymore. When he came to the shelter is was apparent he has skin allergies. PHS tested him and ran bloodwork to make sure there was no underling reason for the skin allergies. Everything came back normal and it recommended that he remains on a flea preventative and stayed on the same food as to not cause irritation by switching his diet. Frankie also has cloudy lenses in his eyes, which is common in older dogs and does not affect their vision. Frankie is a very friendly and gentle older guy looking for a loving home. He still has tons of energy but likes to also sit on laps and receive pets. Since Frankie has been with PHS for almost 6 months, the cost to feed and care for him is adding up. Please consider making a donation to help PHS support Frankie on his journey to find a forever home. If you are interested in adopting Frankie [A419766], please contact Dan Hanley at (650) 340-7022 x330 or DHanley@phs-spca.org. About Peninsula Humane Society Protecting and Caring for Animals Since 1952, the Peninsula Humane Society is San Mateo County’s largest and most celebrated animal welfare organization. Programs include supportive care for stray and unwanted domestic animals prior to adoption (with 100% of our healthy adoptable dogs and cats guaranteed a new home!), wildlife rehabilitation (from San Francisco through northern Santa Clara County), low cost and free spay/neuter surgeries, humane education, community outreach, animal rescue and cruelty investigations. Generous gifts of time, resources and funds help us treat, then find homes for more animals. To learn more, visit www.PHS-SPCA.org or visit us at our Tom and Annette Lantos Center for Compassion to check out our adoptable animals located at 1450 Rollins Rd. in Burlingame, CA. How the funds will be used The money raised for this campaign will go to ongoing care for this animal. The cost for each animal includes all fees associated with the campaign. The money raised will be used by Peninsula Humane Society to care for these animals. Please note: Any funds raised above the goal amount will be used by Peninsula Humane Society to fund care for other animals in their care. If you would like to raise money to help other animals in their care, you can visit this page.
Sponsored by Peter T Glading
Stogie - Jack Russell Terrier
Burlingame, CA
HOW COULD YOU NOT TRY TO HELP THIS LOVING ANIMAL Stogie’s Story This adorable 9-year-old Jack Russell Terrier, Stogie, came to Peninsula Humane Society (PHS) on August 28th, 2016. He was dropped off by his owners who no longer wanted him. Sadly they had him for his entire life and were moving a didn’t want to take him with them. You could only imagine how shook-up and confused he was to be left behind by his family. Jack Russell’s are very intelligent dogs and Stogie is no exception ­– he is incredibly smart! Stogie needed to be treated for kennel cough, worms and fleas. He also needed to be neutered and micropchipped. He was very stressed when first came to the shelter and would often throw up in his kennel. The dedicated staff at PHS worked with Stogie every day to ensure he was comfortable, happy and healthy before he went up for adoption. Now, he is currently up for adoption and is waiting for his forever home. He is very well trained and knows lots of tricks and loves to walk on leash. Please consider making a donation to help PHS support Stogie on his journey to find a forever home. If you are interested in adopting Stogie [A814490], please contact Dan Hanley at (650) 340-7022 x330 or DHanley@phs-spca.org. About Peninsula Humane Society Protecting and Caring for Animals Since 1952, the Peninsula Humane Society is San Mateo County’s largest and most celebrated animal welfare organization. Programs include supportive care for stray and unwanted domestic animals prior to adoption (with 100% of our healthy adoptable dogs and cats guaranteed a new home!), wildlife rehabilitation (from San Francisco through northern Santa Clara County), low cost and free spay/neuter surgeries, humane education, community outreach, animal rescue and cruelty investigations. Generous gifts of time, resources and funds help us treat, then find homes for more animals. To learn more, visit www.PHS-SPCA.org or visit us at our Tom and Annette Lantos Center for Compassion to check out our adoptable animals located at 1450 Rollins Rd. in Burlingame, CA. How the funds will be used The money raised for this campaign will go to ongoing care for this animal. The cost for each animal includes all fees associated with the campaign. The money raised will be used by Peninsula Humane Society to care for these animals. Please note: Any funds raised above the goal amount will be used by Peninsula Humane Society to fund care for other animals in their care. If you would like to raise money to help other animals in their care, you can visit this page.
Sponsored by Flora Cortez Anthony
Shadow - Fawn-Colored Chihuahua
Burlingame, CA
This holiday season, as we are gathered around family and friends, let's not forget those that are without a home, warmth, and security. Please help me support Shadow and his continuing care and shelter provided by PHS. Shadow’s Story Shadow was found as a stray on June 27th, 2016. He is a 15lb, 12 year-old fawn-colored Chihuahua.  He came to Peninsula Humane Society (PHS) with lots of lumps and bumps all over his body. He was neutered, but he had no tags or microchip and no owner ever came looking for him. The lumps and bumps were determined by our vet staff to be Lipoma (benign fatty tumors). There is a low likely-hood that these lumps are cancerous but PHS will be monitoring them in case they see any noticeable changes to these lumps.  Shdow is an older guy but he still has lots of love to give. Since Shadow has been with PHS for six months, the cost to feed and care for him is adding up. Please consider making a donation to help PHS support Shadow on his journey to find a forever home. If you are interested in adopting Shadow [A810573], please contact Dan Hanley at (650) 340-7022 x330 or DHanley@phs-spca.org. About Peninsula Humane Society Protecting and Caring for Animals Since 1952, the Peninsula Humane Society is San Mateo County’s largest and most celebrated animal welfare organization. Programs include supportive care for stray and unwanted domestic animals prior to adoption (with 100% of our healthy adoptable dogs and cats guaranteed a new home!), wildlife rehabilitation (from San Francisco through northern Santa Clara County), low cost and free spay/neuter surgeries, humane education, community outreach, animal rescue and cruelty investigations. Generous gifts of time, resources and funds help us treat, then find homes for more animals. To learn more, visit www.PHS-SPCA.org or visit us at our Tom and Annette Lantos Center for Compassion to check out our adoptable animals located at 1450 Rollins Rd. in Burlingame, CA. How the funds will be used The money raised for this campaign will go to ongoing care for this animal. The cost for each animal includes all fees associated with the campaign. The money raised will be used by Peninsula Humane Society to care for these animals. Please note: Any funds raised above the goal amount will be used by Peninsula Humane Society to fund care and for other animals in their care. If you would like to raise money to help other animals in their care, you can visit this page.
Sponsored by Sally Vitello
Mocca - Tan and White Chihuahua-mix
Burlingame, CA
Let's help this sweet Chi over the holidays 🙂 Mocca’s Story Mocca is a tiny tan and white Chihuahua-mix who was brought to Peninsula Humane Society (PHS) on June 8th, 2016, by her owner who was moving to a smaller place that didn’t allow pets. Mocca is 8 years-old and her previous owner had her for 4 years; it is unknown where she was the previous 4 years of her life. PHS needed to give her a dental and a few of her teeth were so bad they needed to be pulled. She needed dental medication to help her mouth heal after the surgery. It was believed that she was pregnant but after throughout examination it was determined she was just over weight. After she was completely healed she went up for adoption and our volunteers spent extra time each day walking her to help her lose weight. Since Mocca has been with PHS for six months, the cost to feed and care for her is adding up. Please consider making a donation to help PHS support Mocca on her journey to find a forever home. If you are interested in adopting Mocca [A809359], please contact Dan Hanley at (650) 340-7022 x330 or DHanley@phs-spca.org. About Peninsula Humane Society Protecting and Caring for Animals Since 1952, the Peninsula Humane Society is San Mateo County’s largest and most celebrated animal welfare organization. Programs include supportive care for stray and unwanted domestic animals prior to adoption (with 100% of our healthy adoptable dogs and cats guaranteed a new home!), wildlife rehabilitation (from San Francisco through northern Santa Clara County), low cost and free spay/neuter surgeries, humane education, community outreach, animal rescue and cruelty investigations. Generous gifts of time, resources and funds help us treat, then find homes for more animals. To learn more, visit www.PHS-SPCA.org or visit us at our Tom and Annette Lantos Center for Compassion to check out our adoptable animals located at 1450 Rollins Rd. in Burlingame, CA. How the funds will be used The money raised for this campaign will go to ongoing care for this animal. The cost for each animal includes all fees associated with the campaign. The money raised will be used by Peninsula Humane Society to care for these animals. Please note: Any funds raised above the goal amount will be used by Peninsula Humane Society to fund care for other animals in their care. If you would like to raise money to help other animals in their care, you can visit this page.
Sponsored by Zoe Birdsell
Mia - Black Feline
Burlingame, CA
Please donate to this pretty girl! Any amount matters- even $1! Mia’s Story Mia is a beautiful large 9 year old black feline. She was brought to Peninsula Humane Society (PHS) because her owner traveled too much. When the families daughter moved away, no one could take care of Mia anymore. They'd had her since she was a kitten. Mia prefers to be the only cat in the houshold as she is an independent kitty. Mia had huge mats on her back when she came to PHS, and the staff and volunteers have been working hard to get all the mats out. PHS had a professional cat groomer come in and shave them out after brushing seemed too difficult. She is such a sweet girl looking for a nice home to retire in. She has been at PHS since October 15, 2015. Since Mia has been with PHS for over a year, the cost to feed and care for her is adding up. Please consider making a donation to help PHS support Mia on her journey to find a forever home. If you are interested in adopting Mia [A598802], please contact Dan Hanley at (650) 340-7022 x330 or DHanley@phs-spca.org. About Peninsula Humane Society Protecting and Caring for Animals Since 1952, the Peninsula Humane Society is San Mateo County’s largest and most celebrated animal welfare organization. Programs include supportive care for stray and unwanted domestic animals prior to adoption (with 100% of our healthy adoptable dogs and cats guaranteed a new home!), wildlife rehabilitation (from San Francisco through northern Santa Clara County), low cost and free spay/neuter surgeries, humane education, community outreach, animal rescue and cruelty investigations. Generous gifts of time, resources and funds help us treat, then find homes for more animals. To learn more, visit www.PHS-SPCA.org or visit us at our Tom and Annette Lantos Center for Compassion to check out our adoptable animals located at 1450 Rollins Rd. in Burlingame, CA. How the funds will be used The money raised for this campaign will go to ongoing care for this animal. The cost for each animal includes all fees associated with the campaign. The money raised will be used by Peninsula Humane Society to care for these animals. Please note: Any funds raised above the goal amount will be used by Peninsula Humane Society to fund care for other animals in their care. If you would like to raise money to help other animals in their care, you can visit this page.
Sponsored by Meg Groeling
Posey - Black and White Tuxedo Cat
Burlingame, CA
Just a few dollars--not more than you'd spend at McD's or Starbucks, and this little guy will be ready for adoption in just days! Posey’s Story Posey in an adorable 5 year old black and white tuxedo cat who was found as a stray in Daly City. She was very scared and shy when she came to the shelter and was in need of medical care. She was covered in fleas and had tape worms both if which she was treated for. She also had diarrhea and blood in her stool probably due to stress, and she wasn’t eating. Peninsula Humane Society (PHS) staff worked with her one-on-one each day to ensure she was eating and gaining weight. After some time she become more familiar with the staff and volunteers at PHS and has been getting more and more affectionate and comfortable. She has been waiting for her forever home since she came to shelter on October 21, 2015. Since Posey has been with PHS for over a year, the cost to feed and care for her is adding up. Please consider making a donation to help PHS support Posey on her journey to find a forever home. If you are interested in adopting Posey [A598546], please contact Dan Hanley at (650) 340-7022 x330 or DHanley@phs-spca.org. About Peninsula Humane Society Protecting and Caring for Animals Since 1952, the Peninsula Humane Society is San Mateo County’s largest and most celebrated animal welfare organization. Programs include supportive care for stray and unwanted domestic animals prior to adoption (with 100% of our healthy adoptable dogs and cats guaranteed a new home!), wildlife rehabilitation (from San Francisco through northern Santa Clara County), low cost and free spay/neuter surgeries, humane education, community outreach, animal rescue and cruelty investigations. Generous gifts of time, resources and funds help us treat, then find homes for more animals. To learn more, visit www.PHS-SPCA.org or visit us at our Tom and Annette Lantos Center for Compassion to check out our adoptable animals located at 1450 Rollins Rd. in Burlingame, CA. How the funds will be used The money raised for this campaign will go to ongoing care for this animal. The cost for each animal includes all fees associated with the campaign. The money raised will be used by Peninsula Humane Society to care for these animals. Please note: Any funds raised above the goal amount will be used by Peninsula Humane Society to fund care for other animals in their care. If you would like to raise money to help other animals in their care, you can visit this page.

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