FREE CHIPS at Napa Humane Friday April 19!

Free microchips, that is. What better way to celebrate National Pet ID Week? All Napa County dogs, cats and rabbits can get free microchipping and chip registration on Friday, April 19 between 9:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. at our Clinic (3265 California Boulevard in Napa). Low-cost vaccinations will also be available, as usual. Why shouldKeep Reading

Happy Birthday, Internship Program!

Categories: Clinic, Volunteer

Napa Humane’s internship program for Napa County high school students turns the big ONE this year! When a New Tech High student interested in veterinary medicine reached out to us about an internship in early 2018, we thought – what a perfect addition to our humane education programs! Napa Humane interns complete 60 hours inKeep Reading

Huge Strides for Wellness

Napa Humane’s latest wellness clinic on March 3 saw a record-breaking 163 pets! More than 80% were from Napa County, with 15% from our neighbors in Solano County. We are proud to report that we scheduled approximately 60 animals for spay/neuter appointments during the weeks following the wellness clinic. Our four volunteer doctors, including Dr.Keep Reading

Working Behind the Scenes on Adoptions

Categories: Cats, Clinic, Dogs, Fundraising

Many people don’t know that Napa Humane spends more than a third of our annual budget helping local animal adoption groups. By subsidizing the true cost of spay/neuter surgeries for the Napa County Shelter, Jameson Animal Rescue Ranch and others, we ensure they can keep adoption fees low, and the number of adoptions high! We’reKeep Reading

New Year, New Inspiration!

Categories: Cats, Clinic, Dogs, Humane Education

Dear Friends, A New Year is a chance to revisit the WHYs behind our daily actions. Why are we at Napa Humane here doing this work together? The answers always leave me inspired. So that the puppies and kittens born in Napa County are wanted and cared for, not entering shelters or rescue groups everyKeep Reading

Lea and the Black Cat Colony

Categories: Cats, Clinic, Volunteer

Life in the wild is never easy, especially when you are competing for food resources and trying to stay alive amidst foxes, coyotes, hawks, and various other wild critters. The “black cat colony” at Napa Valley PSI has been in existence for at least 3 years, under the leadership of the big gnarled tomcat namedKeep Reading

Free Rabies Shots at Napa Humane September 28

Categories: Cats, Clinic, Dogs, Humane Education

Free Rabies Shots at Napa Humane September 28 World Rabies Day reminds us to protect our pets and community Napa Humane is sponsoring free rabies vaccinations on Friday, Sep. 28, in support of World Rabies Day 9/28. Local residents can drop by Napa Humane’s clinic on California Boulevard in Napa with their dogs or catsKeep Reading

Working For Wellness

Napa Humane’s Wellness Clinics aim to remove the financial and language barriers that often stand in the way of pets receiving quality care and lifesaving spay/neuter surgeries. We hosted our latest Clinic August 19th, and it was one for the record books! Our volunteer vets, vet techs, and tech assistants treated a record 130 patients.Keep Reading

Who gets to be well?

Categories: Cats, Clinic, Dogs, Volunteer

Hello Friends, Have you ever had to choose between your pet’s health and your own? This torturous decision is a reality for hundreds of Napa County residents who don’t have enough money to properly safeguard both. That’s why Napa Humane hosts free Wellness Clinics – giving underprivileged families the chance to have their furry lovedKeep Reading

Do A Good Deed for Mom

Categories: Cats, Clinic

Mother’s Day typically is right around the peak of kitten season, as the Napa County Animal Shelter starts to burst at the seams with orphaned and abandoned kittens. Why not make a donation in Mom’s honor to help prevent this needless suffering? We’re currently able to offer free spay/neuter surgeries for community cats because ofKeep Reading

Welcome to Our Blog

Napa Humane’s mission is to promote the welfare of companion animals through protection, advocacy, education, and by example.