Pawsome Pet Toys

Categories: Blog, Compassion In Action
Neil Cummins Elementary School was given a grant through Real World Scholars to start a student run business. Supervised by third grade teacher Tegan McGuiness, they decided to make dog and cat toys with all proceeds going to animals in need from the Northern California wildfires. Students learned the whole process from business name, business …

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Woo-hoo! Take me to the fun!

Categories: Compassion In Action, Other
Isabelle Nicandri, along with a few of her friends, made an amazing array of fun, entertaining, and enticing toys for the shelter dogs. They can’t wait to try them out! Thank you, Isabelle, for helping us take good care of the dogs while they’re waiting to meet their new families. Let the fun begin!’  

Animal toys!

Categories: Compassion In Action, Other
Look at all these fun toys Ellery made for the shelter animals! Thank you so much – the animals can’t wait to let the fun begin. Woo-hoo!!

Pet supplies for her birthday!

Categories: Blog, Compassion In Action
A Barbie? A video game? An action figure? A movie? Instead of asking for gifts for her sixth birthday, Scarlet Epstein asked for pet supplies to help animals all over Marin through our Pet Care Assistance program. And just look how many she got! Scarlett learned all about generosity from her parents, who established Oskar’s …

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Good job!

Categories: Blog, Compassion In Action
Marina McGowan did extra chores to raise $25 for the shelter animals! She has two cats at home who are Marin Humane alumni and is pictured here with Scout, one of our adoption cats. Thank you for your hard work, Marina!