Hula Bunnies

San Diego House Rabbit Society.

Bunnies, bunnies and more bunnies! Attendees visited craft booths with rabbit-themed gifts, vets who treat rabbits, bunny games, kids' corner, Lagomorph Lounge and more! All funds benefitted San Diego House Rabbit Society, dedicated to the rescue, spay/neuter and adoption of companion rabbits in San Diego County.

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Success

Embracing trust in the face of uncertainty.

Sometimes, the smallest things fill up the most space in our hearts. This sentiment rings especially true for the staff and volunteers at San Diego Humane Society who have cared for sweet little Spike.

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San Diego’s FACE Foundation

Supporting Local Military Families.

"I am speechless. Words cannot express how appreciative we are for the help. I am a Marine Corps combat veteran; I do not know what I would have done without Face Foundation. Thank you so much for all the help. It means the world to me." –A FACE Grant Recipient

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A Safety Net for Animals

Imagine for a moment if, one day, you or a family member became ill, or suddenly lost your source of income. What would you do if you had to make the decision to feed yourself, or your dog? To purchase cat litter, or purchase medication?

We hope that no one must face these difficult decisions, but we also know that challenging times can befall any loving pet family. In these times, pet owners need somewhere to turn, and pets need a safety net to protect them.

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SeaWorld Blue World Project

SeaWorld recently announced a new, killer whale environment that will build on their legacy of providing state-of-the-art, innovative, homes for its animals, and will offer park guests unique and inspiring killer whale encounters for generations to come.

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Southwest Airlines Military Pets

Patriotism runs deep at Southwest Airlines, and they are proud of all those who serve, especially the Active Duty, Reservists and Veterans that are part of the Southwest Family. Southwest honors Veterans, the sacrifice these heroes make, and the unbreakable bond many soldiers have with their dog. In San Diego there are various organizations dedicated to assisting and enhancing the lives of our military heroes.

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San Diego’s FACE Foundation

Eliminating "Economic Euthanasia" and Helping Families in Crisis.

For most pet-parents, it is difficult to imagine life without the omnipresent love that pets pour into our world. Over 82 million American households have a pet, and most think of their pet as a family member. But what happens if your pet becomes gravely injured or ill and you can't afford the treatment your beloved companion needs to survive? What would you do? Where would you turn? For many, the only option is "economic euthanasia," when pet parents are forced to make the heartbreaking decision of putting their pet to sleep due to financial constraints.

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SeaWorld to the Rescue!

SeaWorld San Diego has one of the most extensive rescue, rehabilitation and return programs in the world. They work closely with, and under a letter of authorization from the National Marine Fisheries Service, which oversees the nation's marine mammal stranding program. SeaWorld has tremendous compassion for ill, injured and stranded animals, and rescues approximately 150 marine mammals as well as hundreds of sea birds every year from San Diego and surrounding areas. Fortunately, they are able to return between 60 and 70 percent of those animals rescued to the wild.

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Pam and Jerry Cesak

a pet's life magazine is passionate about showcasing the people who are making a difference for animals. A couple who represents this passion and dedication are Pam and Jerry Cesak. Philanthropist Pam and Radio Personality of the Jeff and Jer Radio Show Jerry Cesak are kicking off a capital campaign for the Rancho Coastal Humane Society. It is called the Heart Campaign:

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PACE Participants Love Their Pet Time!

Pets make a wonderful difference throughout our lives, from our earliest days to our golden years. For the seniors at St. Paul's PACE, pet therapy, provided through the San Diego Humane Society, is a wonderful way for frail seniors to cope with depression and chronic illness. The PACE program is a health plan for seniors age 55 and older who prefer not to move into a nursing home, but whose medical problems make it impossible for them to stay at home without help from doctors, nurses, social workers and other caregivers. PACE is designed specifically to offer an alternative to institutional living for seniors who live in San Diego and are eligible for nursing home level of care as certified by the California Department of Health Care Services.

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