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Beverly Hills News – Pet Care Foundation Donations Set to Clear Cats from LA City Shelters

maxresdefault Last week, the Paula Kent Meehan Pet Care Foundation awarded $237,000 to three organizations that spay, neuter, adopt, foster and nurse neonatal kittens in the first-ever grant funding for rescue organizations. The funds are expected to save 1,000 kittens that would otherwise perish during "kitten season," an annual surge in the number of neonatal kittens in the shelter, possibly making LA City a "no-kill" city. Read More

Take a Look at This Week’s Featured Pets!

get_image-1 Every week Los Angeles Animal Services take in hundreds of animals who deserve to be re-homed where they can start new lives as cherished family members. The Courier tries to bring some of these sweet pets to your attention every week with profiles such as these. We hope you will consider adopting a pet, fostering a pet, contributing to the shelters or volunteering to help these pets make the transition to their new homes, and to bring down the rate of needless killing. Please consider adopting first and always spay and neuter. Read More

Go Get This Tiger – Tiger is a 4-month-old Beagle Bassett mix. He weighs 20 pounds and will probably end up full grown at about 35 pounds

Tiger Tiger is a 4-month-old Beagle Bassett mix. He weighs 20 pounds and will probably end up full grown at about 35 pounds. This very sweet pup was rescued from a beach in Puerto Rico. He is available for adoption now and is in search of his forever home. To learn more about Tiger and how to adopt him, visit www.shelterhope- petshop.org or call 805-379-3538. Read More