Friendly and helpful, considerate and caring—four of the elements that comprise the Girl Scout Law. On Sunday, May 6, four Scouts-in-waiting, aka Brownies, exemplified those ideals when they capered into the PetSmart on Seal Beach Boulevard in Seal Beach to...
Mayor Robert Garcia is presently taking applications for a task force to form a pack that includes shelter management staff, city officials and members of the animal-advocate community to develop a vision for the shelter at Long Beach Animal...
This week, Pet Projects takes a brief break in the kitten-season adoption feature because 1) shocking as it may seem, some folks go into kitten overload, particularly people who (again, what are they thinking?) don’t like cats or aren’t...
Part 1 of “Rabies Vaccination in Dogs and Cats” described the symptoms, legal requirements and part of the history of rabies vaccines. Part 2 lays out conditions in which pets may be exempted from the shots and the arguable...
Yes, they’re adorable, but hundreds and thousands of kittens are born every year with no guarantee of survival for most of them—therefore, no exclamation point in the title to signify adorable.
The survey’s questions included candidates’ views about being proactive regarding animal-related issues, advocacy, reduction of euthanasia, management and the unique lease agreement that exists between Animal Care Services and spcaLA.
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