Land for animals

The Peninsula Human Society and SPCA says it will house animals with special challenges on land it is purchasing in La Honda. Photo courtesy PHS

A new animal sanctuary for behaviorally challenged, fatally ill, or injured cats, dogs and farm animals without homes is opening in La Honda.

The Peninsula Humane Society and SPCA is on the verge of purchasing a 261-acre plot  for the sanctuary, with the hopes of starting construction in the next year. The organization announced the plans on Monday in a prepared release.

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That is such wonderful news! Their website says, "We receive no funding from national animal welfare orgs. Help local pets now." Here is their donation page ....... . .

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