Have fun and support Marin Humane by coming to one of our events!
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CycleBar Novato and Marin Humane are celebrating Be Kind to Animals Week today Sunday morning, before and after morning classes. Adoption animals will be on-site to greet the cyclists and raffle prizes will be awarded to those who post photos on Instagram of themselves with their furry friends – be sure to tag @cyclebarnovato. Prizes include tickets to Woofstock and gift cards to Pet Food Express.
Join Cedars and Marin Humane for Pet Parade, an exhibition of charming portraits of adopted animals! This year people submitted photos of their treasured cats, dogs, lizards, horses, chickens, and rabbits which were then drawn or painted by Cedars animal-loving artists.
Exhibition Opening Saturday, July 16, 6-8 pm and the exhibit will be viewable at the gallery through August 12, 2022.
Join us for the 11th annual Pignic 2022, a fun-filled gathering for guinea pigs and their guardians! Grab some lunch, pack up your guinea pigs, and join us for:
Cavy Costume Contest
Vegetable Eating Contest
Tickets are $5 and include one raffle ticket. You may also purchase additional raffle tickets – 2 for $5, or 5 for $10.
All proceeds benefit the small companion animals at Marin Humane.
Hello! Strawberry Village will be hosting DOGtoberfest on Saturday, October 29th from 12pm-3pm for a paws-a-tively spooktacular afternoon!
Activities will include a variety of pet related activities including pet photos, pet sketch artist, and pet adoptions, plus Trick-or-Treating and our famous Pet Costume Contest!
Register your pet at Woodlands Pet Food & Treats for the pet costume contest through 10/28.
The Bay Area is home to some amazing wildlife, including mountain lions and bobcats so it’s important that we are informed about how to coexist with them and how to prevent human-wildlife conflict. In this seminar, Zara McDonald and Alys Granados from the Felidae Fund’s Bay Area Puma Project (bapp.org) will tell you about mountain lion ecology, our camera trap research, address some myths and misconceptions, and importantly, share tips about how we can facilitate coexistence with these wild cats in the Bay Area.
The seminar is free, but advance registration is requested. Please register before 3/1 at: firstname.lastname@example.org