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Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA Overview
PHS/SPCA, a private non-profit organization guided by the humane ethic, builds healthy relationships between people and animals. Each year thousands of animals pass through our doors. We provide a warm bed, nutritious food, veterinary care and a gentle touch for the lost, stray, unwanted and injured domestic and wild animals in our community. We accept all animals, and often provide a second chance to the most needy animals?animals who would otherwise be turned away at smaller adoption agencies that accept only those animals deemed highly adoptable. Our record is outstanding. For two years, we have adopted 100% of healthy (physically and behaviorally) dogs and cats. In addition, we use resources to make well, then adopt, between 100-120 treatable animals each month.
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We adopted our dog Sugar from PHS when she was just a puppy, over 9 years ago already! We were so thankful for the wonderful work they did before we took Sugar home that we have been regular donors ever since. I finally got the time to start volunteering in August, and I love being able to give my...
I adopted my cat from PHS in 2006 (she's still with me and doing great), the adoption staff were helpful and very nice. Since then I've visited their new adoption center on Rollins Road, I didn't adopt but the facility is beautiful and my kids had a blast hanging out there. All the staff and ...
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I volunteered with PHS for ten years doing Lost and Found on Saturdays. I also went in, often, on days such as Christmas Eve, New Year's Eve, and other holidays so I could get animals home for the coming holiday. In ten years timne, I never missed coming in on July 5, the busiest day of the year...
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