Mobile Outreach: FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (AND ANSWERS)

What does the Mobile Outreach Unit do?

The Pasadena Humane Society's Mobile Outreach Unit is a 33-foot motor home that extends the boundaries and hours of our organization by visiting throughout the Los Angeles area and the seven cities we serve. Our “shelter on wheels” transports the Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA to shopping centers, events and festivals throughout our service cities. Known for bringing a selection of adoptable dogs and cats, the outreach unit also carries current information on our Spay/Neuter services, area wildlife and other programs and services.

I would like the Mobile Outreach Unit to come to my event. How do I arrange that?

Contact the Mobile Outreach Coordinator. We love to go to new places and participate in new events. Keep in mind the Mobile Unit schedule is often arranged several months in advance.

Can I adopt an animal I see at a Mobile Unit Event?

Sometimes. The animals that are out at a Mobile stop are always available for adoption. There are several events that we attend that are specifically geared towards making the connection between animals and their “forever homes”. Other times, we are out simply to introduce the animals to the public and do not have the logistical capability to adopt an animal out on the spot.

Where will the Mobile Unit be located?

We are in a different location almost every weekend. Check the Mobile Schedule for the most up-to-date information on where we will be.

How can I become a volunteer on the Mobile Unit?

If you are already a PHS volunteer, click here.

If you are not yet a PHS volunteer, click here.