The Spring Brings Baby Kittens, and Shelters are Overrun
Posted: Monday, March 28, 2016 – 5:45 PM
Every spring, animal shelters are overrun with a flood of baby kittens. Many of them have no choice but to euthanize these innocent animals. Perhaps this year you can foster a cat during the crush to make room for another cat?
Cleo (ID#A1616852) is a beautiful 9-year old spayed female Siamese cat waiting for someone like you to adopt her. She is black and brown as well, meaning she is probably a mix, but it makes her a unique and beautiful cat.
Siamese tend to be very talkative, and grow attached to their humans. They can live long lives, sometimes surpassing two decades.
Cleo is looking for someone to love her and take her home.
Champ ( ID#A1613457) is our featured male. He is a neutered male gray and white pit bull.
His cheerful face and and big, happy eyes show a well-adjusted one-year old waiting for someone to take him home. Is it you?
These sweet animals can be found at the West Los Angeles Animal Shelter. Call them at (888) 452-7381, Visit them at 11361 West Pico Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90064.
Please consider adoption first.