Humane Society Opens New $20 Million Care Center in Joyful Ceremony

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12:18 pm | January 31, 2014


In a ceremony filled with laughter, tears and love for animals, the Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA opened the doors of its new $20 million Animal Care Center on January 30, 2014.