Adopt a Little Lion (or an Any-Size Lion)

by    in Pets
Please send any Long Beach or Seal Beach pet-related events or projects to [email protected] Posting subject to approval.
SHARE:

Pittie Party at P. D. Pitchford!

by    in Pets
Probably no surprise that pit bulls, pit bull mixes and other bully breeds are among the most common types of dog found in shelters. They're also the most frequently euthanized.
SHARE:

The Kittens Are Coming—Kitten Season Is No Reason for Glee

by    in Pets
Yes, they’re adorable, but hundreds and thousands of kittens are born every year with no guarantee of survival for most of them—therefore, no exclamation point in the title to signify adorable.
SHARE:

OK–You Can Adopt a Bunny Now!

by    in Pets
Please send any Long Beach or Seal Beach pet-related events or projects to [email protected] Posting subject to approval.
SHARE:

Give a Senior Pet a Spring Break!

by    in Pets
This is the final weekend of March Senior Madness, and it seems like ACS is running out of seniors—we only have one left to show you.
SHARE:

‘Nuff Said—Adopt! (and Check Out Some Pet-Related Events)

by    in Pets
Please send any Long Beach or Seal Beach pet-related events or projects to [email protected] Posting subject to approval.
SHARE:

Who’d Dump an Elderly Pet?

by    in Pets
Please send any Long Beach or Seal Beach pet-related events or projects to [email protected] Posting subject to approval. Virtually Pets We’re going to be featuring senior pets from the shelter for the entire month of March because Long Beach Animal...
SHARE:

Adopt a Knackered Little Ol’ Beastie for St. Patrick’s Day

by    in Pets
Why adopt a senior pet? First, the term senior doesn’t imply that a pet is old, feeble and out of his or her senses than anyone from 50 to Betty White, who’d agree with adopting one anyway.
SHARE:

Help Solve Shelter Overcrowding and Euthanasia Numbers—Adopt a Pet

by    in Pets
Please send any Long Beach or Seal Beach pet-related events or projects to [email protected] Posting subject to approval.
SHARE:

Julie of the Cats

by    in Pets
Meet Julie of the Cats. Julie Somers, a native of Scotland and no stranger to royalty, may not be the sole crowned princess in the adoption community, but she’s impressive in her own right.
SHARE: