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Think of this as an information hub just for you… our AMAZING volunteers. Posts are in chronological order, newest to oldest.


 

Featured Volunteers – Cat Pet Pals

Categories: Blog, Other, Volunteers
Peek into any one of the cat rooms on any day of the week, and you’ll find a Cat Pet Pal petting an ever-grateful, purring feline, grooming a long-haired friend, or exercising a kitty with a wand toys. Our Cat Pet Pals are key in helping socialize cats and making sure they feel comfortable in …

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Volunteer & Artist, Cris Welisch

Categories: Blog, Other, Volunteers
If you come to the Whittell building at the shelter in Novato, you’ll find a terrific art display in the lobby from one of our Behavior & Training volunteers, Cris Welisch. Read more about Cris: “I am a recently retired HR professional, originally from Marin. I now spend my free time focusing on those things …

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Lucky to Volunteer at an Animal Shelter

Categories: Blog, Other, Volunteers
This is Bella.  Even though she went home with her new family today, I am posting her picture because she represents the satisfaction and pleasure that volunteers get from working at an animal shelter.  She is a beautiful dog, isn’t she? A family – parents, two teenage kids – came to the Marin Humane shelter …

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Volunteer High Fives – August & September 2019

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High Five to Ellie Stein! Marin Humane participates in a segment on ABC7 News called “Perfect Pet,” where we bring adoptable animals to the studio every month to be featured live on TV but this month, the MarCom department found itself short-handed and in need of a little help. Ellie stepped up to the plate and …

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Animal-Assisted Therapy Volunteers

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In the wake of the terrible car accident that took the life of a San Marin High School student earlier this week, Marin Humane was asked to send its Animal-Assisted Therapy volunteers and their dogs to comfort grieving students at the school. Within minutes, several volunteers answered our call – including Debbie, who brought her …

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