PALS currently saves over 350 dog and cat lives per year. We expect to save even more lives with our new building! LEARN MORE »


Meet Chatter and Champ, our PALS Pet(s) of the Week! For more information on Chatter and/or Champ, please click here!
 
 
 
 
 


Do you have it in your heart to become a foster “parent” for kittens and cats in need? PALS is in desperate need of foster “parents” to help care for the overwhelming number of kittens being brought into the city shelter, on a daily basis! If you’re interested, please click here for details.
 
 
 
 
 


 Meet Little Red, Pattie, Berlin, and April, our PALS Featured Pets of the Week! For more information on Little Red, Pattie, Berlin, or April,  please click here!


 Meet Champ, Chelsea, Chatter, and Lucky, our PALS Pets of the Week! For more information on Champ, Chelsea, Chatter, and Lucky,  please click here!


Meet Dharma, our PALS Pet of the Week! For more information on Dharma, please click here!
 
 
 
 
 
 


 Meet Fiona, Petie, Hannah, and Scooter, our PALS Pets of the Week! For more information on Fiona, Petie, Hannah, or Scooter,  please click here!


Meet Roger, our PALS Pet of the Week! For more information on Roger, please click here!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


 This week, PALS Featured Pets of the Week is a family affair! Meet mama Dharma and her adorable kittens Darcy, Dino, and Darby! For  more information on Dharma, Darcy, Dino, or Darby, please click here!


Checking in from his new home, long time favorite resident Bob recently wrote a letter to all of his friends here at PALS. You can read his letter here!
 
 
 
 
 
 


The Rene Philastre Memorial Poker Tournament, held this past Saturday, helped raise a total of $540.00 for PALS! To read more about this event, please click here!
 
 
 
 
 
 


A recent visitor combined his two passions, skydiving, and animal welfare, into a memorable visit to Lodi, and the PALS Adoption Center. Read more at the link here!
 
 
 
 
 
 



 PALS Haven – A New Hope For Lodi’s Abandoned Animals

 Since 2004, PALS has worked tirelessly to help as many abandoned cats and dogs in Lodi as possible have a safe place to stay,  rehabilitate, and find their forever homes. It has been a challenging endeavor, but one that we relish. We are now faced with our  greatest challenge to date. Working out of cramped quarters, our efforts to save the lives of cats and dogs is hampered. But, there is  hope on the horizon. To read more about the history of PALS, and how you can help PALS save the lives of even more cats and dogs  with PALS Haven, please click here.







































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