Last Updated on November 16, 2022 by Danielle McDonald
You can also take a look at the pet grants from all the other states.
The Palo Alto Humane Society is always glad to be of help. However, this number is not an emergency phone number that can be reached 24 hours a day. PAHS is not a veterinary clinic, shelter or animal rescue. If you have any questions or need medical advice, please contact your veterinarian and/or an emergency veterinary clinic.
Their hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm. Check their website for the complete list of resources.
Contact them at (650) 424-1901.
Spay and Neuter Fund
It is important to spay and neuter your pets and the neighborhood’s stray animals
PAHS believes that spaying or neutering animals is the best thing you can do for their welfare. This will ensure that every kitten, puppy, or rabbit born finds a loving ad responsible home. Spaying or neutering one animal can bring a lifetime of peace and save a lot of lifetimes from suffering. Millions of animals are euthanized at shelters across the nation every year due to accidental breeding of unaltered, free-roaming pets.
Please contact them to get advice on:
- Spaying or neutering your pet
- Spaying or neutering unapproachable or stray cats
- Spaying or neutering with a limited household income
The Spay and Neuter Fund at PAHS provides vital funding to pay for spay/neuter surgery for animals living in low-income households and homeless animals. To inquire about spay/neuter support or to receive funding assistance, please contact PAHS.
Donations from the public and friends of Palo Alto Humane Society make the spay/neuter support program possible. They do not receive any government funding. And you can feel good knowing that your donation has prevented the birth of countless animals, which contributes to pet overpopulation.
Click here if you’d like to help this important program.
Contact Other Organizations for Assistance
Since grant amounts are limited and funding for each organization will depend on the amount of funds raised and any requests that are in the pipeline, it is recommended that you reach out to as many as possible.
Its also worth taking a look at Saddleback Valley Humane Society and Placer SPCA – SOS Program.