No one can be happier about the reopening of Long Beach’s dog parks than dog owners. No—make that the dogs.
Wait until you see Uma!
During a virtual townhall, Dains said she hopes the approach the shelter has employed during the closure will continue after it reopens.
At 7 p.m. on Monday, May 11, Long Beach Animal Care Services director Staycee Dains will preside over a virtual town hall meeting to discuss shelter practices during and after the bureau’s pandemic-related closure to the public.
In the furry sector of the community, a handful of nonprofit rescues placed a wagonload of cats, dogs and rabbits into foster homes—some are staying in them forever.
There are only four confirmed cases of animals contracting COVID-19 in the U.S.
“There is a common misconception that Animal Control is somehow separate from Long Beach Animal Care Services … They’re both the same organization.”