Jenn Linn, who founded House of Broken Cookies, focuses on “cats that need extra,” as she puts it.
The P.D. Pitchford Companion Animal Village on Saturday will be teeming with activity and adoptable animals from both the city shelter at Long Beach Animal Care Services and spcaLA.
Live Love Animal Rescue will team with the Long Beach shelter again this year for Foster the Fourth, a period of two to four weeks during which the public can take home a pet to foster shelter dogs and cats.
Some of the furry lobbyists at the mayor’s fourth Kitty Hall saw their petitions fulfilled.
Five rescues, including Animal Care Services, will team up their proteges for a collective cacophony of catcalls that will caterwaul both for attention.
In honor of Helen Sanders CatPAWS’ bowling fundraiser on Saturday, we’ve lined up the little kingpins and queenpins in their lane and have even included a bowling ball.
Helen Sanders CatPAWS’ Camp Kitten adoption event at the Marina Shores Petco received a boost that was sweeter than a s’more toasting.
Pick-a-Pittie is the shelters’ spring event in which they hope to spring these generally misunderstood, overbred and often dumped dog breed or mix thereof.
Pit bulls get dumped in shelters all the time and have long been cited as the breed most likely to be at or near the top of shelter populations.
The viral spread of Chloe’s story sprung the little dog to local and global celebrity status—a sad springboard indeed, but it understandably brought out a desire of so many to take her home with them and keep her safe.