“Happy, healthy, fluffy cats—those are the ones that shelters can get placed,” said CatPAWS cofounder Deborah Felin-Magaldi. “The ones who need help are the ones that cost money, quite frankly. This grant will help us help them.”
This year, we’ll skip the usual please-don’t-set-fireworks-off lecture because flouters will flout, and we’ll go right to what you can do for your suffering pet, your suffering neighbors with PTSD, and your suffering self.
Plus, here’s three dogs available for adoption through Sparky & the Gang, which will make an appearance at the upcoming CANstruction Long Beach event.
Long Beach’s Department of Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Communications is going all out this month to help you get an emergency plan in place for your furry, feathery, scaly and leathery roommates.
Cats without claws are without defense if they should escape the house—and don’t think a determined feline won’t succeed at that.
Much of “Animal Tales” should take your own mind off troubles and educate you about animals’ effect on the city’s history and its quotidian events.
Best Friends Animal Society estimates 100,000 more dogs and cats are living in shelters nationwide compared to this time last year. Here’s a few that need a home.
Their size isn’t the only reason that hamsters and guinea pigs make good personal pets. They’re companionable and entertaining.
One of the reasons for the shelter bunny booms is that the adage about rabbits multiplying isn’t at all a myth.
The rescue’s expansion, both in area and programs, indicates an increased need for volunteers. The core group is wearing their claws to nubbins feeding newborns every few hours, socializing healthy kittens, caring for the sick ones, and sanitizing everything, particularly the isolation room.