There’s nothing unlucky about black cats in particular except for the effect of superstition on its treatment and their comparative rate of adoptability.
When one of these cats is brought to the shelter, Wong’s team and shelter workers gather information and from it decide whether the cat will qualify for return to field, e.g., is the cat being fed out there, do they live in a colony where they’re receiving some care, is the environment safe, are coyotes roaming?
Wagoween will take place in the backlot of Sparky and the Gang’s new digs at 1749 Magnolia Ave. Bring your doggie, park on the street, and pay a $20 donation, all of which goes to the rescue’s upkeep costs.
The Seal Beach shelter identifies as no-kill, which means that unless a pet is incurably ill and in pain or other discomfort, the shelter will accommodate their little selves and their needs until their perfect person comes to adopt them.
The virtual iteration of Cat Camp promises to be as much of an absolute joy and education as an online event can be.
Long Beach Gives, which grew out of a graduate student project, is an annual event in its second year that displays an aggregate of human generosity in the space of a few days.
The recently opened Pet Supplies Plus, located in the Los Altos Shopping Center right next to Lazy Acres, asked Long Beach Animal Cares Services to bring out the Adoption Waggin’ and help celebrate their grand opening on Aug. 8.
The Feline Good Social Club is the best place for miles to cure whatever ails you now, whether it’s brought on by the blues, the news or a psychic bruise.
Fix Long Beach has expanded its services to include free microchips, low-cost vaccines and pet-icures, fostering and adoption, vouchers to take a chomp out of the price of spay/neuter, and charitable efforts.
On Monday, Aug. 24, from 7 to 8 p.m., the virtual party will take place (where else?) on Zoom.