FACE Foundation has been saving the lives of pets facing economic euthanasia since 2006. As we celebrate our 15th year, we recognize that the need for FACE's services is even greater now as families experience financial uncertainty due to the health crisis. Thank you to all of our volunteers, donors, and supporters for helping us … Continue reading FACE Video: Celebrating Our 15th Anniversary
You're invited to join FACE for a free educational webinar on companion animal foster care! Kelly Peters of the Rancho Coastal Humane Society in Encinitas, CA will talk about how foster caregiving in a loving home environment benefits the most vulnerable shelter animals. Underage puppies, kittens, and bunnies need a home environment to grow up … Continue reading Join Us for a Free Webinar on Caring for Foster Pets!
Getting your first pair of eyeglasses can be tough for a little kid. A Child's Eyes optical shop in Pennsylvania makes it easier with the help of a very chill glasses-wearing rescue cat named Truffles. Shop owner Danielle Crull has done an amazing job training Truffles to wear glasses, and even perform a few tricks. … Continue reading Video: Truffles the Cat Helps Kids Get Comfortable Wearing Eyeglasses
National Check the Chip Day is coming soon, a time to remind pet owners to get their pets microchipped, and to confirm that all your information with the microchip company is accurate and up to date. Why is microchipping so important? According to the American Animal Hospital Association, ten million pets are lost each year, … Continue reading August 15th is Check the Chip Day!
The Sacramento Bee reports that the UC Davis California Veterinary Emergency Team Program will receive new state funding to deploy veterinary school professors and students to disasters like wildfires, and also train volunteer response teams around the state. UC Davis says that a major goal of the program is to increase emergency response capacity and … Continue reading UC Davis to Deploy Mobile Veterinary Teams to Help Pets in Wildfires