Kate Karp

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With a little help from her friends, Kate Karp unleashes thoughts on pet responsibility and care, animal rights and welfare, adoption, and animal-related events in the area. Kate is a 15-year Long Beach resident who has a passion for anything involving animals and books, and she combines the two whenever possible. She is an active member and supporter of Friends of Long Beach Animals and believes that owner responsibility is the key to solving animal issues. She lives with two fine fat foundling felines, Woodbine and Mildred.

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  1. Addendum:
  2. Addition to Pet Projects
  3. Coming to an Event Near You: The New ACS Mobile Adoption Vehicle
  4. White Cat in Disguise?
  5. Foster the Fourth—Team Effort for a Safe Holiday for Pets
  6. Down Along the (Cat) Cove, You'll Spy Your Little Bundle of Joy
  7. 80 Pets Adopted at KLOS Event; Sadly, Perhaps, There Are Plenty More
  8. Kittengarten Recess! Shelter Volunteers Create Kitty Toys, with a Help from a Little Friend
  9. Foster Kitten Diary 2: What Colors Are These Guys?
  10. Show, Don't Tell Kids About Animal Welfare: ‘Buddy’s Big Day Out!’ Gets the Message Out
  11. A Best Friend's Best Friend Joins PAWS for adoption
  12. OP-ED: Pet Store Operators, Dogs, Cats and Rabbits Bill, Passes Assembly and Heads to Senate
  13. Foster Kitten Diary 1—Coming Home
  14. Tripod Triumph, and the Senior Deal at Thai Silk
  15. Legalized Mayhem: State Law Permits Breaking a Car Window to Save Overheated Pets
  16. Heatstroke in Dogs—A Caution for the Upcoming Hot Months
  17. Pet Rescue and Adoption Act Passes in Appropriations Committee, Heads to Senate
  18. Little Tripod Kitty Is Beneficiary of Extreme Kindness
  19. Do We Have a Deal for Seniors! Pets, That Is!
  20. Pet Rescue and Adoption Act Headed to Assembly Appropriations Committee
  21. Cuddle Up with a Good Book and a Furry Buddy
  22. Public’s Help Requested in Identifying Suspects in Cruel Act of Animal Abandonment
  23. Chow Down! PJ's Pet Cafe Reopens in East Long Beach
  24. Toxic Algae Alert: Take Care at El Dorado Park Ponds
  25. Live Love Lives Up to Its Name, as Usual
  26. Goal: No Pet Unwanted. Fix Long Beach Receives CPRS Volunteer Award
  27. Final 'Freeway Dog' Goes Home, but So Many More Are Waiting
  28. Meet Sweet Molly Malone
  29. The Dog (or Whoever) 'Nextdoor': Social Media App Creates Directory for Pets
  30. Best Friends Awards Grant to Kitten Caregivers And Adoptions, Of Course
  31. New Shelter Enrichment Program; Because Even Dogs Just Need a Big Spoonful of Peanut Butter
  32. Public Input Requested for Assemblyman O'Donnell's Pet Rescue and Adoption Bill
  33. It's Raining Cats, and We Need Umbrellas
  34. Daughter of Owners of Nino's Italian Restaurant Continues with Devoted Customer Service
  35. During the Kitten Season Flood, Bail Out Some Cats
  36. Take Some Home from the Shelter, Help Keep Others from Going In
  37. Fido’ll Love It, and So Will His Peeps: Community Meeting Planned for Dog Park in Bixby Park
  38. Call Out to Volunteer to Further No-Kill Efforts
  39. Senior Week—Adopt an Older Kitty!
  40. The Art Theatre Presents ‘Kedi,’ the Momcat of All Cat Videos
  41. Landlord Waives Pet Fees at this Adoption Event
  42. World Spay Day Proclamation to Be Requested at City Council
  43. Who Doesn't Love a Good Yard Sale?
  44. Freeway Dogs Update: A Cinderella Tail, and a Valentine’s Day Search for the Beautiful (Step)Sister
  45. Adopt a Pet at Haute Dogs' National Mutt Show and Adoption Fair
  46. ePurr-mony.com—Check Out These Valentines!
  47. ACS Open House Message from the Community: Be the Change that You Want to See
  48. Ulterior but Completely Lovable Motive for ACS Open House
  49. Community Invited to Animal Shelter Open House on Saturday
  50. My Own Inauguration into Rescue
  51. Be Part of ACS's Success—Adopt!
  52. Local Pet Publication Caters to Kitties This Season
  53. A Poster Family for Spay/Neuter—and Adoption
  54. Nancy and Larry Gorman: Finding Home for the Holidays and Any Other Time
  55. This Holiday—Empty a Cage and Fill a Heart
  56. ‘Reach Out Your Hand’ at Operation Santa Paws
  57. Cat Adopter Gets New Leash on Life—Pretty Literally
  58. Live Love Pet Care Is All That
  59. Pets Aren't Gifts—but You Can Be One
  60. The Sky May Fall, but Chicken Little Will Be Safe and Sound
  61. Animal Rescues Extend Thanksgiving into Black Friday
  62. Black Goes with Everything, Including You
  63. No Adoption Fees at Shelters for Veterans and Their Immediate Families This Weekend
  64. Mandatory Spay/Neuter: A Year’s Progress
  65. Dogs Deserving to Be Grateful
  66. What's Halloween Without Cats—in Costumes?
  67. Chocolate Is No Treat for Dogs
  68. A Halloween Howl!
  69. Holiday Threats to the Health of Pets
  70. Feral Cats and Skin Care? Definitely a Thing!
  71. The Knott's Ferals—No More Pussyfooting Around
  72. LB Volunteer Goes to Bat for Knott’s Berry Farm Mousers
  73. Can a Cat Scratch Make You Sick?
  74. Pet Projects: The Cats (and Dogs) of Kitty Katchers
  75. Here, Moondoggie! Take In the Unleashed by Petco Surf City Surf Dog Competition This Weekend!
  76. 'Celebrity Autobiography' Caters to Catters!
  77. Little Bunny Foo Foo
  78. Help! My Pet's Missing!
  79. The Vet Is In: Dog Bites, Part 1—Consequences
  80. Pet Projects: Meet the Adoption Candidates at Pet Food Express!
  81. Lucy Has Found a Home; Meet the CatPAWS Cats
  82. Thank You, Pet Community
  83. Kick Box Meets Litter Box: Martial Arts Students Learn About Cat Care
  84. One Starfish at a Time
  85. Down Along the (Cat) Cove
  86. Fix Long Beach Rolls Back In! Free Spay/Neuter Clinic Returns After Hiatus
  87. Stop In to the Bunny Barn
  88. Get Your Wiener On: Clear the Shelters Day
  89. 39 Felines Find Homes at Kitty Hall; Foster Desperately Needed for Doggie on Death Row
  90. Vested Interest: Providing Modern Protective Gear for K-9 Officers
  91. Cat Adoption Tips—and Cats to Adopt
  92. July 5 at Animal Shelter: Volunteer Team to Help Reunite Pets and Their Humans
  93. Fireworks and Pets: How to Keep Them Safe
  94. Cats Lobby for Homes at Kitty Hall
  95. A New Umbrella for the Rain of Kittens
  96. Community Bulletin Board: Cats Needing Homes
  97. Bully Pulpit
  98. A Moment with the Moggies
  99. Wrigley Kittens—The Proverbial Village
  100. Let's Hear It for the Small Rescues—and Adopt a Dog
  101. Nursing a Concern: Animal Advocates Cry Out for Change in spcaLA Practices
  102. Pet Projects: Big Shout-Out to Big Hearts
  103. Animal Shelter Offers Higher-Value Pet-Fix Vouchers
  104. Meet the Adoption Candidates
  105. Now Presenting—in This Ring—The Acro-Cats!
  106. Smitten with a Kitten: 'Keanu'
  107. Hope and Traps Spring Eternal
  108. ART and Soul: Volunteers Offer Alternatives to the Shelter
  109. "Making Biscuits Cat Rescue" Provides Basic Human "Kneads"
  110. Zoey's Is the Place for Cats!
  111. Jellicle Cats Come Out To-Night
  112. Dog Waste—Not! Craftsman Village Leader Demonstrates Derring-Doo
  113. Kitten Season—Raining Cats and—More Cats
  114. Cats, Cats, Cats
  115. Long Beach Freeway Dogs Update: The Road Home
  116. Fur Flies During March Madness with Local Point Guard Momma Marcia
  117. Puppies Abound
  118. Pet Food Express Grand Opening to Feature Permanent Shelter Cat Adoption Center
  119. Biggest Adoption Event Ever!
  120. Exploring a Future with Animals: ACS’s Youth Explorer Academy
  121. Can You Help Ellie?
  122. No Deposit Required for Pets Adopted at Camden Harbor View Event
  123. Complete Your Spring Outfit with a New BFF
  124. One More Fix for 1 Too Many: ACS-Funded Free Spay/Neuter Clinic to Open
  125. Speed Dating at the Shelter
  126. Pet Theft: Keep Your Friends Close and Your Best Friends Closer
  127. Meet Hero Kenny Bumpers
  128. Senior Pets are Swell
  129. Animal Care Services Report Card: A-Plus for Effort, and Always Further to Go
  130. UPDATE: Dogs Sheltered After 710 Chase Remain in Long Beach
  131. Adopt a Special Senior!
  132. ACS Open House Invites You
  133. Part-Time TNR Job Opportunity
  134. 'Prank It Forward' Pulls the Fur Over Dog Rescuer's Eyes
  135. Waggy Mew Year
  136. Pets Are Gifts, Not Presents
  137. A Holiday for Creatures Great and Small
  138. Save Tiny Tim
  139. 12 Ways of Giving: A Holiday List of Deserving Animal Charities
  140. A Sleighful of Holiday Events!
  141. Bone-Chillin’ Cold! Tips for Keeping Your Pets Warm
  142. Meet the CatPAWS Kitties!
  143. Pet Projects: Meet the WeCARe Pooches
  144. L.A. County Animal Control to Conduct Field Enforcement in Unincorporated Area in Long Beach, Surrounding Areas
  145. No Adoption Fees at spcaLA, Fix Long Beach S&N Clinic and Two Furry Fund-Raisers
  146. Cat's Cradle: A Guide to Bottle-Feeding Orphaned Kittens, Part 3
  147. Cat's Cradle: A Guide to Bottle-Feeding Orphaned Kittens, Part 2
  148. Cat's Cradle: A Guide to Bottle-Feeding Orphaned Kittens
  149. Wag-tastic and Purr-Pet Adoptions at Fly-in Event
  150. Behavior Change Works Both Ways: New Long Beach Coyote Management Plan Finalized
  151. Creature Features This Weekend
  152. The Black Cat: Devil Or Angel?
  153. Not Every Picture Tells a Story
  154. Circle in the Sand: Haute Dogs Interfaith Blessing of the Animals
  155. Celebrate National Feral Cat Day with Free Fixes and Community Cat Classes
  156. Feral Cat Day Approaching; Celebrate by Adopting a Cat
  157. Mandatory Spay/Neuter in Effect; Meet Clyde and a Kindle of Kittens
  158. A Lot of Little Lights Shine for Pets Everywhere; Events to Benefit Long Beach-Area Pets
  159. Pet Projects: Meet the Candidates at Kitty Hall
  160. A Roof over Every Pointy-Eared Head: Make Way for Kitty Hall
  161. City Council Votes to Accept a Three-Week Amnesty for License Fines
  162. Pet Projects: Dogs Take to the Promenade
  163. Dogs of Downtown Long Beach: Share a Bite with Bowser
  164. Pet Projects: Dogs Take Over Downtown, and Cats Lobby City Hall Lobby
  165. Look Forward to Dogs of Downtown, Free Spay/Neuter for Cats, and a Turtle Expo!
  166. Has Nature Made Its Statement? Long Beach Community Seminars Will Address the Urban Coyote
  167. Adoptions, Free Spay/Neuter, Fundraisers and How to Shape Up for Animal Advocacy
  168. National 'Clear the Shelters Day' Very Nearly Did
  169. Review: TALES OF TRIUMPH: ANIMALS TELL THEIR KATRINA STORIES, by Terri Steuben
  170. Curl Up and Read, #ClearTheShelters, Low-Cost Vaccinations and More!
  171. Whose Space, Coyote? Council to Vote on Coyote Management Plan Recommendation
  172. Let's #ClearTheShelters and Adopt Out Every Pet
  173. The AMRT Shelter Table: Now Offering Concierge Service to Pets and Their People
  174. Kittenpalooza, Corgi Beach Day, Pizza for Pets and More!
  175. Duncan! No Donuts! Felinity’s New Role Model
  176. Have a Little Cheese with That Whine, Rover
  177. Special Delivery: Shell of New Vet Clinic Arrives at ACS
  178. Cats Outflank Dogs During Dog Days
  179. Free Spay/Neuter Event (Cats Only This Time)
  180. Pet Projects: A Great Weekend for Adoption!
  181. Spay/Neuter: The Musical? BUDDY'S BIG DAY OUT Trots Across the Education Gap
  182. Pet Projects: Adoptions, Events for Animal Lovers and More
  183. Urban Ag Ordinance: City Council Delivers New Pecking Orders
  184. Coffee, Tea, or Me-ow? The Cat Café Society
  185. Art for Bark's Sake
  186. Help Wanted—Desperately—for Volunteers
  187. Community Callout Tonight for Pet Volunteers
  188. ACS’s Bunny Barn: A Harebrained Project in the Best Sense of the Word
  189. Mandatory Spay/Neuter Ordinance: What to Expect October 1
  190. Mandatory Spay/Neuter, Pet Shop Ordinances Pass Council Vote
  191. Mandatory Spay/Neuter: Time to Tie It Up?
  192. Unconditional Love Abides: Exchanging Vow-Wow-Wows at Animal Companion Village
  193. 2015 Animal Care Services Open House to Feature New Opportunities for People and Pets
  194. Lesson Learned? Help Protect Your Pet from Theft.
  195. Written out of the Will: Can You Adopt an Orphan?
  196. Give a Pet a Person for Christmas
  197. UPDATE: Suspect Pleads Guilty to Animal Cruelty in Killing of Cats
  198. Feles Non Gratae? Future Uncertain for LBCC Colony Cats
  199. Thank You for the Pets So Sweet, and Be Careful What They Eat. Yay, Dog!
  200. Tough Luck, Bambi: Parks and Rec Votes to Grant Permits That Include 3-D Animal Targets
  201. Proposed Mandatory Spay/Neuter Ordinance to Be Presented at Council Meeting
  202. Shed a Pitty-ful Attitude: National Pit Bull Awareness Month
  203. UPDATE: Trial Begins for Man Charged with Horrific Cat Killing
  204. FIV- and FeLV-Affected Cats: Positives and Negatives
  205. Callout to All Moondoggies! K9 Fest Comes to Rosie’s Dog Beach
  206. Rabies and Rabies Shots: The Bark Is Not Worse Than the Bite
  207. If William Tell Just Used an Apple... Archers and Animal Advocates Argue over Animal Targets
  208. Road Trip for Rascals: Animal Care Services and Volunteers Provide a ‘Golden’ Opportunity for Shelter Pets
  209. FREE Spay/Neuter Procedures This Summer
  210. Fourth of July: Keep Your Pets Safe and Sane
  211. Mama Peafowl Takes Center Stage
  212. Your Game Face Got Whiskers: Tall Tails Puzzle Adventure Is Dog’s Best Friend for Gamers
  213. Cats, Dogs and Alcohol
  214. Bright Eyes, Wet Noses: The Vet Is In
  215. Who Can Wear Fur in This Heat?
  216. Pets Can Be Fixed, but Some Things You Just Can't: Dumbest Reasons We've Heard for Not Spaying and Neutering
  217. Adoptation
  218. Animal Cruelty: Education Helps-Not Perps but Proponents of Pets
  219. ACS Report Card: Good Grades for Progress and Inventiveness, but the Semester's Not Over
  220. ACS Open House: Remember, It’s About the Animals
  221. ACS and FOLBA Tie the Knot: Dual-Purpose Vet Clinic on the Horizon
  222. Long Beach Resident Arrested on Charges of Animal Abuse
  223. Mayor and Councilmembers Adopt Proposal to Adopt
  224. Say ‘Treeeeat!’ Photographer Sara Cozolino Snaps Shelter Pets—Body, Spirit and Soul
  225. How the Other Half Gives
  226. Cat or Couch? Reaching a Compromise with Claws
  227. Skulldoggery (and Fun with our Familiars)
  228. Four-Legged Quantum Leap for No-Kill? Difficult by Any Law of Physics
  229. Count Your Blessings: Low-Cost and No-Cost Spay/Neuter and the Annual Interfaith Blessing of the Animals
  230. Unsheath the Claws: Here Comes the Paw Project
  231. The Pet Food Bank: Humane Interest
  232. Random Clawings: Events and Adoptions
  233. Jettisoned at the Jetty: Meet the Rescued Cats
  234. Crap Happens, but You Needn’t Bend Over to Take It
  235. Backyard Farm Animal Ordinance Fails to Pass in City Council
  236. How Ya Gonna Keep ’em Down on the Farm When They Can Roost Next Door?
  237. Kitten Cataclysm: Shelters and Rescues Are Overwhelmed Each Season
  238. If You Gotta Be in the Doghouse: Architecture for Dogs at the Long Beach Museum of Art
  239. Animal Cruelty-Prevention Conference, Part 3: Who’s Protected?
  240. A Great Fix for Pet Overpopulation
  241. More Animals in Need
  242. UU Celebration of Animal Companionships: Bless Us All—We Need It
  243. UPDATED - Boots on the Ground: A Ride-Along with ACS
  244. Animal Care and Cruelty Prevention Conference: If You Couldn’t Make It. Part 2: Training
  245. Animal Care and Cruelty Prevention Conference: If You Couldn’t Make It... Part 1: Care
  246. Rabbits are Real, Not Toys
  247. LB City Prosecutor to Hold Court over Animal Cruelty Prevention Conference
  248. No Purebreds in Shelters and Rescues?
  249. In like a Lion, Out like a Lamb, and Everything In Between
  250. The Art of Racing in the Rain: 'Long Beach Reads One Book' Selection
  251. Fallen Bicyclist’s Pets Available for Adoption at spcaLA
  252. ACS Open House: All Four Feet Forward
  253. Random Clawings: Long Beach Animal Care Services Features Open House; Long Beach Reads One Book
  254. Big Flap over City Place Pigeon Rescuer
  255. The Creatures Are Stirring: Gifts Fanciful and Functional
  256. Mrs. Long Beach Kym Cloughesy’s Pet Platform
  257. Jumping on the Black Dog Bandwagon
  258. Some Pig—and Then Some: LB Prof’s Porker Pages Are a Silk Purse Indeed
  259. They’re Baaaaack! Howl’oween Pet Parade Takes the Street
  260. Pet Events and Random Clawings
  261. Walk 2K (or 5) in My Paws: Annual Pet Appreciation Fair and WALK
  262. Pick of Litter: LaunderPets Voted Best Groomer
  263. Pooches on Patios Inauguration Luncheon at Kress Market
  264. Pick of the Litter: Itchy Paws Is Not Just a Walk in the Park
  265. Pick of the Litter: Rosie’s Dog Beach Selected as Best Dog Park
  266. Pick of the Litter: Shillelagh, Best Patio for Poochie
  267. Pick of Litter: Chuck and Toby's is Best Pet Boutique
  268. Pick of the Litter: Best Vet - The Venerable Blue Cross Animal Hospital
  269. Seal Beach Animal Care Center's New Facility Named for Local Cat Advocate
  270. Best Rescue, Part 2: Judy Griffith -- Just Squeaking By (but Certainly Not Barely)
  271. Feathers Ruffle over Urban Farm Animals
  272. Pick of the LB Litter--Best Rescue, Part 1: Animal Match Rescue Team
  273. Happy Tails to You, Judy!
  274. Through the Magic Burrow: The Shoestring City Ranch
  275. Coyotes' Latest Victims in Naples Area
  276. We Speak for Them: The Animal Cruelty Conference (Part 2)
  277. Don’t Let the Spay/Neuter License Plate Be Thrown Under the Bus
  278. We Speak for Them: Animal Cruelty Conference (Part I)
  279. This Easter, Remember: Chickens Belong on Farms, Bunnies Belong in Arms
  280. REVIEW: Secrets of a Pet Whisperer by Terri Steuben
  281. Pick of the Litter: Our ‘Best Of’ for Our Best Friends
  282. Random Clawings: The Morning Paper, Legislation, and Events
  283. Homeless with Dogs: Help Us Help Them
  284. ACS’s Keisler Transfers Leash to Acting Manager
  285. Animal Care Services Open House Tomorrow
  286. Emergency Relief! State-of-the-Art Critical-Care Facility for Pets Opens for Business
  287. For Our Shaun
  288. Holly and Houseplants Bring Howls and Hisses: Holiday Safety Tips for Pets
  289. El Dorado Dog Park Marks Its Territory
  290. Man’s - and Woman’s - Best Friends Have Their Day
  291. Educating the Public? It’s a WALK in the Park!
  292. Dr. Margaret Lee: Animal Care Services Full-Time Shelter Vet
  293. Autumn Brings Pet Events, Adoption Opportunities
  294. Two Faithful Friends: Call for Help for Michael Reed and Topaz
  295. Cash Cow: The Milk of Humane Kindness
  296. PET POST: For the Literary Lion Cubs — Summer Reading for Kids
  297. PET POST: Little Hero, Big Life
  298. PET POST: Pet Summer Tips — No Sweat Isn’t Necessarily a Good Thing
  299. PET POST: Spay, Neuter License Plate Approval Looming in the Rear View
  300. PET POST: It's Pets-for-adoption Galore!
  301. ACS Manager John Keisler Leaving Shelter; ACS Takes a Walk in the Park
  302. PET POST: How Much Is the Adoption Fee for That Doggie in the Window?
  303. PET POST: Hare Off to Hocktide — Adopt a Pascal Rascal
  304. They Walk With Us, We Carry Them: Disaster Planning for Pets
  305. Share a Shower and Save a Pound of Flesh
  306. Animal Cruelty: A 'Mean and Detestable Vice' Part 2
  307. Animal Cruelty: A 'Mean and Detestable Vice'
  308. No More Long Hours in the Waiting Room: ACS To Hire Full-Time Vet
  309. Required Reading: T.S. Eliot’s Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats
  310. A Valentine's Day Contest & New Pet Adoption Listings
  311. Animal Care Services: Living Up To Its Name
  312. Sharing The Love: Guide Dogs And ‘Career Changers’
  313. On Santa's Lap: Pet Events, Adoptions, Rosie's Dog Beach & More
  314. The Empty Chair: How To Say Goodbye To Longtime Friends
  315. Students Look Into Animal Care Careers, Plus Adoptions & More!
  316. Strays Cast In The Spotlight In Long Beach 'Annie' Production
  317. Camp Fire Troop Burrows In With LBCC Bunnies
  318. Live Lobster Game Gets The Hook In Long Beach
  319. Pets & Animals: October Is A Critter Cornucopia
  320. Tips & Tricks For Your Pets To Avoid Flea Season
  321. 'A Dog's Purpose' Book Review Plus Adoptions & More
  322. Pet Responsibility Act SB 250: One Life Down, Eight To Go
  323. Book Review: Abigail Iris: The Pet Project
  324. Helping Pets & Humans Prepare For Emergencies
  325. First Cat, First License
  326. Revetting Pet Stores: The Good, Really Ugly & A Swell Idea
  327. Pet Fair, Animal Fundraiser & Adoptions In Long Beach
  328. Pets Should Also Be Safe And Sane On July 4th
  329. New Spay/Neuter Plates To Be Driving Force
  330. Pets Voting Pedro Nava For Attorney General
  331. Romancing The Zone: Dog Beach Faces New Name & Boundaries
  332. Where’s My License? Council Approves Cat Licensing
  333. Equal Rights For All: Long Beach Considers Cat Licensing
  334. ACS Takes Action In Recent Long Beach Coyote Attacks
  335. Terror Unleashed
  336. Does It Hurt to Be Real? Post-Easter Rabbit Adoption
  337. Kicked To The Curb? Complaints Curb Shore Cat Adoptions
  338. Not Just A Pretty Face: Bulldog Rescue & Responsibility
  339. Furry, Soft Speed Dating: Valentine’s Day At ACS
  340. Brown Pelicans Suffering Another Mysterious Illness
  341. Technology Helps Prevent Losing A Pet
  342. ACS Report Card: A+, With Room For Improvement
  343. Life On The Breakwater: Between A Rock & A Hard Place
  344. Wheely Willy Memorial Service, Adoptions & More
  345. Little Hero Exchanges Wheels for Wings
  346. In Memoriam: Dr. Loren Eslinger, Hero to Animals
  347. Uptown, Girl! Dog Playground Opens In Scherer Park
  348. All I Want For Christmas…
  349. A Wing & A Prayer: LB Vet Is Hero To His Flock
  350. Animal Carnival: 2009 Haute Dogs Howl’oween Parade
  351. Pussy & Pooch: High-Design In Excellent Taste
  352. Council Approves Study Of Animal-Welfare Plan
  353. Can You Have Your Advocacy & Eat It, Too?
  354. Back In Town! The Wiskers Guys Open New Pets Boutique
  355. Pet Adoption Notices
  356. Blessing Of The Pets
  357. Rover Redux: K-9 Corner Opens A Week After Lincoln Dog Park
  358. Local Pet Adoption Opportunities
  359. If Dogs Run Free: First of Two New Canine Parks Opens
  360. Cookbook Recipes Wanted For Animal Fundraiser
  361. Safety Net: ACS Unveils Redesigned Web Site
  362. One Man’s Best Friend
  363. Local Adoptions & Events From The Pets World
  364. The Dog's Dinner
  365. The Cat Days Of Summer — Adoption News & More
  366. Bless Their Pointy Little Ears: Unitarian Universalist Church’s Blessing For The Animals
  367. Driving Miss Doggy: Traveling With Your Pet
  368. Knee High on the 4th of July: Give These Guys a Yankee Doodle Dandy Home!
  369. Animal Communicator Terri Steuben: Learn How to Listen
  370. Special Olympics: Special People, Special Day, Special Friends
  371. Coyote Workshop & Pet Legislation Update
  372. Council Embraces Pet Legislation
  373. Animal Legislation Up For Approval At Council Meeting
  374. Pawprints In The Sand: The Mental Health Wellness Event
  375. They Make Great Listeners: Pet Literacy Launch
  376. Humanities Go Humane
  377. Rabbits Are Not Easter Bunnies: Living With Rodents
  378. The Health Freedom Expo Is Coming To LB
  379. Will It Alter the Numbers? The Pet Responsibility Act (SB 250)
  380. Local Pet Events & A Watery Vacation
  381. Random Clawings
  382. State Budget Leaves Out Pet Tax
  383. Thwarting the Thief of Hearts: Pet Theft Awareness
  384. Creature Comforters: The Adoption Feature
  385. Fallen Angels: A Tail Of Two Survivors
  386. Open House at ACS: Business Nowhere Near as Usual
  387. Latest Info On Dog Death, $5k Added To Reward
  388. Plea For Community Help To Solve Inhumane Death Of Dog
  389. Animal Care Services To Host Open House
  390. A Diet Of Red Herrings: The Case Of The Brown Pelican
  391. VIDEO: Animal Shelter Visit—Part Two Introduction
  392. A Visit from Santa Paws
  393. Random Clawings & A Stocking Full Of Kitty Litter
  394. The Gift Of A Lifetime
  395. Candlelight Vigil Planned to Save Feral Cats in Downey
  396. Is Your Dog Licensed? Sniffing Out Unregistered Pets
  397. Tackling A Tangled Web
  398. Yes You Can, Adopt an Obamawannabe Dog
  399. Pet Taxes? An Urgent Message To The Governor
  400. Emergency Pet Tips, Found Dog & A Call To Action
  401. Emergency Animal Information
  402. Video: A Day At Long Beach Animal Care Services
  403. Thinking Outside The Crate On Prop 8
  404. Honoring The Dogs of War
  405. The President Picks A Pup
  406. Defending Animals, One Panel At A Time
  407. Pet Overpopulation: Stewards & Rescues
  408. Compassionate Cuisine: They Are What They Ate
  409. CSULB Announces Campus Feral Cat Program
  410. Adoption, Animal Care Services & One Big Bunny
  411. Our Heroes: Quality Of Life vs. Quantity Of Mortality
  412. The Family That Spays Together
  413. Spay/Neuter Pets Bill Rejected By CA Senate
  414. Pet Overpopulation - Part 1: Responsibility
  415. Next Chapter For Penny: The Future Of The Acres Cat
  416. Friends of Long Beach Animals Adoption Candidates
  417. Planning Your Pets For Emergencies
  418. Doggies In The Window: Adoption Listings
  419. CSULB Feral Cat Update, Plus More Local Pet News
  420. CSULB Feral Cats Facing Eviction
  421. Our Pets: They Know Us, And Love Us Anyway