The Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center is register as a nonprofit with the Internal Revenue Service. The Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center public benefit charitable organization committed to giving homeless cats and dogs another chance for a healthy and happy life by finding them good, loving homes. The pets received food, comfortable environment, and any medical attention from the staffs and the volunteers. The dogs need to be clean and healthy; they also need to look their very best so they will make a good first impression on visitors and find their forever homes Not only does Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center care for the homeless pets, but they are very active in the animal welfare and the positive community service programs which include the humane education, pet behavior, counseling, and the support of the pet. The Riverside Human Society was established in 1987 for the purpose if the preventing cruelty to the children and animals.
On March 3, 2010 the Riverside Humane Society Pet Adoption Center officially changed their name to the Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center. The methods to use to raise funds one is they do their Annually Walk with the Animals. Helps them to support the homeless animals in the community. The Walk with the animals is up for the 1.3 mile walk, and then you and fido can enjoy local exhibitors in the park. They also do a Golf Marathon. This is not like and ordinary golf tournament. It’s a fast-paced, 100-holes of golf played as a personal best-ball scramble. That’s 50 holes, 2 balls per hole…100 holes. And a lot of “fore!” reverberating across the course! The day will consist of: breakfast, lunch and snacks, prizes, vacation raffles. This is a perfect thing to do if you are a pet lover and love to golf is the perfect match. They also so Comedy night to keep raising their funds for the pets in need.
They have a big impact in the community because they go beyond. As the largest no-kill pet adoption organization in Riverside County, the center accepts owner turn-ins of cats and dogs and transfers from local animal-control agencies. Prior to adoption, each animal is spayed or neutered, vaccinated, evaluated for behavior issues, and micro chipped. Each animal also is monitored for physical, emotional and mental health, and receives ongoing socialization. The Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center organizations does meet the needs in the community and their goals grow each time even more. The organization takes their actions as a critical to accomplishing their mission and goals as the Pet adoption center they are. They work as a team and if you want to become a volunteer, you will be making a difference for the animal’s residents as well as the community. Volunteering will help make the world safer and more humane for all living creatures. And, it will make the jobs of everyone working for animals a little easier by lending a hand and spreading the message of responsible pet ownership.