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San Diego Human Society Newsletter

San Diego Humane Society Newsletter



In the May 2014 Edition:
News: Events:
Support the Humane Society:
 
News:
Mouse and Wifi Update

After being packed away in a Cox Communications box and being shipped from Hollywood to San Diego, Mouse and Wifi have been receiving around the clock care in the San Diego Humane Society and SPCA Kitten Nursery. 

However, this week we need your loving thoughts since they are struggling in their third week of life. They've been having tummy troubles and aren't gaining weight to our satisfaction. Neonate kittens are especially fragile and these types of health issues can be common, especially after such a stressful beginning to life. We are optimistic that they'll pull through because we're giving them all the love and care we can administer. Thank you for your compassionate thoughts we will keep you updated on their progress!


 
Events:
Support the Animals through giveBIG San Diego.

On Tuesday, May 6th, the San Diego Humane Society is participating in a city wide 24 hour online philanthropic day of giving called giveBIG San Diego.
You can support the animals at the San Diego Humane Society by visiting our giveBIG web page anytime on Tuesday, May 6th to make a donation: 

The San Diego Foundation has offered an incentive pool of $200,000. The more donations we recieve the bigger piece of the incentive pool we receive! 

2014 Walk for Animals

Join us as we celebrate our four-legged Superheroes on Saturday, May 10, 2014 at NTC Park at Liberty Station in Point Loma. This beautiful location boasts ample parking, a 2 mile walk route with an optional 1/2 mile shorter route, and tons of space for dog activities!

The upcoming walk promises to be bigger and better than ever before...we can't wait to see you there!




In the May 2014 Edition:
News: Events:
Support the Humane Society:
 
News:
Mouse and Wifi Update

After being packed away in a Cox Communications box and being shipped from Hollywood to San Diego, Mouse and Wifi have been receiving around the clock care in the San Diego Humane Society and SPCA Kitten Nursery. 
However, this week we need your loving thoughts since they are struggling in their third week of life. They've been having tummy troubles and aren't gaining weight to our satisfaction. Neonate kittens are especially fragile and these types of health issues can be common, especially after such a stressful beginning to life. We are optimistic that they'll pull through because we're giving them all the love and care we can administer. Thank you for your compassionate thoughts we will keep you updated on their progress!
Events:
Support the Animals through giveBIG San Diego
On Tuesday, May 6th, the San Diego Humane Society is participating in a city wide 24 hour online philanthropic day of giving called giveBIG San Diego.
You can support the animals at the San Diego Humane Society by visiting our giveBIG web page anytime on Tuesday, May 6th to make a donation: 
The San Diego Foundation has offered an incentive pool of $200,000. The more donations we recieve the bigger piece of the incentive pool we receive! 
 
2014 Walk for Animals
Join us as we celebrate our four-legged Superheroes on Saturday, May 10, 2014 at NTC Park at Liberty Station in Point Loma. This beautiful location boasts ample parking, a 2 mile walk route with an optional 1/2 mile shorter route, and tons of space for dog activities!
The upcoming walk promises to be bigger and better than ever before...we can't wait to see you there!
 
Animal Adventure Camp
Children can spend a week during summer break learning about and interacting with our adoptable animals at our Animal Adventure Camp! Games, crafts and hands-on animal activities all help children develop respect and a positive attitude toward all living beings Register online today!
 
Happy Hour Pet Lecture  
Did you know that your pet’s dental condition can affect his/her overall health?  
Come to our Happy Hour Lecture at our San Diego Campus on May 15th to learn about all forms of oral disease, including caries (cavities), endodontic (root canal) disease, cancer, orthodontics, trauma, and the local and systemic effects of periodontal disease, from Dr. Brook Niemiec, DVM. Professional and home maintenance of good oral health will also be covered. Register online today!
 

On Saturday, May 17th at the CA Center for the Arts in Escondido, you can dance the night away under the trees and stars to the awesome sounds of blues, or sit back with your glass of wine or beer and enjoy fabulous entertainers while raising money for charity!
To learn more visit: http://www.bonsallrotary.com
Your ticket purchase, when purchased via the link below, benefits the Escondido Humane Society.
 
Support the humane Society:
2015 Photo Fundraiser
It's here! We are now accepting pet photo submissions for the 2015 "Make your Pet a Pin-Up" Photo Fundraiser!
Does your picture-perfect pet like to ham it up for the camera? If so, now is your chance to get them in the running to be a model-of-the-month in our 2015 wall calendar, along with your chance to win a variety of fun prizes.
Pictured here: "Chip" - one of the online entrants!
The last day to make your pet a star is August 31, 2014.
Details on how to enter here»
  a, only available until the end of the month! Specials end on May 31st     Upcoming Events   Events happening
at our adoption centers! Tots & Tales
Tuesday, May 13
10:30am - 11:00am
San Diego Campus
read more»Pet Loss Support Group
Thursday, May 29
6:30pm 
Oceanside Campus
reserve your space»

For more events:

Canine Cocktails
Hotel Indigo

509 9th Ave, San Diego
Thursday, May 8
5:30pm-9:00pm

Wag & Walk
Otay Valley
Sunday, May 11
9:00am-12:00pm

Wag & Walk
Lake Hodges
Saturday, May 17
9:00am-12:00pm

Bull's Smokin' BBQ
Adoption Event
Wednesday, May 21
5pm-7pm
San Diego, CA
read more»     





























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