The vererinarians at Mid-Peninsula Animal Hospital care for all aspects of an animal's life. From nutrition to…More surgical procedures, the staff here will literally travel the extra mile to care for clients' pets, making house calls and providing transportation for pets if needed.
The Mid-Peninsula Animal Hospital partners with the Palo Alto Humane Society to help find homes for cats that would otherwise roam the streets. The cats in the reception area are adoptable. This is a no-kill facility that will accept an animal back if the person who adopted it discovers that the cat does not fit into their life.
It is also responsible for the Animal Art Gallery at 520 Santa Cruz Avenue.
Palo Alto Humane Society 520 Santa Cruz Ave, Menlo Park, CA94025 Palo Alto Humane Society is a nonprofit organization working to keep animals healthy and out of shelters through…More humane programs in intervention, advocacy and education. Over 100 years old, the Society's mission is to "alleviate the suffering of animals, increase public sensitivity to animal issues, and elevate the status of animals in our society." The Society continues to be an influential political organization, recently convincing the Palo Alto City Council not to raise pet adoption fees. Numerous donation and volunteer opportunities are available, including temporary pet fostering, feeding feral cat colonies, staffing tables at events and more. Information about these programs is available on the organization's website.