Adorable adopted bonded pair 🙂
Los Angeles Animal Services surpassed expectations ending 2015-16 with the highest live-save rate of 78.74% for dogs and cats. Add horses, rabbits, pocket pets and birds, 36,839 animals left our six City animal shelters with a new lease on life!
Since 2011, Los Angeles City animal shelters have been making great strides towards achieving no-kill. A live-save rate of 90 percent of every dog and cat entering the city shelter system is the nationally recognized benchmark for no-kill status and we are on target to reach that milestone by the end of 2017.
This beautiful kitty, “Tele” needs a home.
She arrived at our door as a kitten 2 years ago and has been a loving companion to my mom and her caregivers. My mom passed away and we are selling the house so she really needs a home.
She has been to the vet and had shots and has been fixed. She loves the outdoors and indoors. She is super friendly with everyone, and LOVES to play. She would make an incredible addition to any family. We named her “Tele” because she loves to watch the baseball games on TV and chase the balls. She is a good cat in every sense of the word.
Contact Marie at 212 288-4898 or 917 969-1048
Two sweet Pitties in their new Alberta foster homes.
Ivy (Bandit): “Miss Bandit, but as I love to call her baby. She hasn’t left my lap since we got her, or she loyally follows her foster dad when I am away. She loves to be held and has to touch you. Amazing dog overall and is amazing with kids! Good for a quiet home or stay at home mom like myself as definitely doesn’t like to be left alone even for 2 minutes.