The Long Beach animal shelter, though, is ahead of the game.
Usually, I make this column fuzzy and upbeat, but the events this week both near and far made it difficult for me and a lot of us.
I don’t know when it became a thing for drag queens to rustle their ruffles for Rover, but we have two more this month, one of them associated with the International Imperial Court of Long Beach.
Other Fix services are available with no appointment needed—low-cost flea meds and dewormers, nail trimmiings, and free microchips.
Justin Rudd’s Haute Dogs organization will host the Interfaith Blessing of the Animals, which honors every creature who’s ever lived on the planet.
Kristi Louie and her family have been getting their paws dirty in the trenches for years, pulling unwanted and abandoned cats from the streets and helping maintain community-cat colonies. Now, she needs help.
I have two tickets for the first person who sends me the correctly spelled (according to Merriam-Webster Collegiate) names for these dog breeds.