Pasadena Humane Merges Virtual Academy with Virtual Kids for Animals

Published on Sep 8, 2020

Pasadena Humane, formerly the Pasadena Humane Society and SPCA, will combine its Virtual Academy, which was set to begin on Thursday, Sept. 10, with the Virtual Kids for Animals Club (KFA).

The virtual program begins Wednesday, Sept. 9. General admission for this club has sold out, but individuals who want to sign up can join the waiting list on their website.

The KFA Club meets every Wednesday, via Zoom, to engage in a variety of “animal action” discussions, demonstrations, activities, and show-and-tells. Children, primarily between the ages of 7 and 11, will have the opportunity to learn about animal care, behavior, health, and enrichment.

This is an eight-week program that finishes on Wednesday, Oct. 28.

For more than 117 years, Pasadena Humane has promoted compassion and care for all animals through lifesaving programs and services to the community that support the human-animal bond and keep pets healthy and safe.

In 2019, Pasadena Humane had a combined 91.4 percent live release rate for dogs, cats, and critters, and saved 100 percent of healthy neonatal kittens for the first time in the organization’s modern-day history.

A donor-supported, nonprofit organization, Pasadena Humane provides animal care and services for homeless and owned animals in the Greater Los Angeles Area. Its animal shelter and offices are located at 361 S. Raymond Ave. in Pasadena.

To learn more about Pasadena Humane, visit or call (626) 792-7151.

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