Humane Law Enforcement Rescues 31 Cats Abandoned by Owner
San Diego Humane Society’s Humane Law Enforcement rescued 31 cats abandoned by their owners inside a condo in central Escondido. Officers received a call for help from the property manager of the condo complex in the 1,000-block of East Washington Ave. on Oct. 22, stating the tenants had been evicted and left their cats behind.
San Diego Humane Society Wins a Top Workplaces 2020 Award
San Diego Humane Society has been awarded a Top Workplaces 2020 honor in the large companies category by The San Diego Union-Tribune.
Wake Up with Wildlife: Fun with Bats
Bats are unexpectedly interesting little mammals. At first glance they appear to be mice with wings but bats are not rodents, and bats are critical to ecosystems and to many food crops.
Bobcat Burned in El Dorado Fire Turns Corner at Ramona Wildlife Center
A bobcat who arrived at San Diego Humane Society’s Ramona Wildlife Center with severe burns from the El Dorado Fire in Yucaipa, California, has a good chance of making a full recovery. After nearly a month of intensive treatment by Project Wildlife’s medical team, the bobcat is healing well.