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West LA Animal Shelter Needs Foster Homes for Christmas

ROCKY - ID#A1086644 This year, make an animal's Christmas the turn that changes their life... Consider adoption if you are seeking a new family member for the holidays, and see the marvelous animals just awaiting their furrever homes at the City Animal Shelters. If you cannot adopt, consider fostering one of these beautiful animals. Everyone deserves a second chance to have a great life! The Los Angeles Animal Shelters are full and they have put out word that they are especially in need of foster homes this season.  Read More

Take a Peek at This Week’s Featured Pets at the West LA Animal Shelter

ANGIE - ID#A1727642 If you are considering a furry dog or cat addition to your family, please consider adoption. So many pets are waiting for a permanent home at the Los Angeles City shelters and LA County shelters, at rescue organizations and in foster care - waiting for someone to love. We offer these featured pets from the West LA Animal Shelter, located at 11361 West Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90064 Directions. Call then at 888-452-7381 or 310-207-3156 and ask for these pets by their ID# or visit the website at www.LAAnimalServices.com Read More

Beverly Hills New- Mayor Lili Bosse to Walk with Small Business Saturday

Mayor Lili Bosse in front of Alfred Coffee The Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce and the City of Beverly Hills are celebrating Small Business Saturday, a national campaign that promotes shopping small and shopping local for the holiday, by doing a very special Walk with the Mayor to visit some of Beverly Hills' businesses and to show their support, and the public is invited! Read More

Considering Adoption? Check Out This Week’s Pets and Consider Making a Donation to Supply Kuranda Beds

TIGRESS - ID#A1723169 Perhaps you were considering the addition of a furry friend to your family and you were thinking of going to a breed rescue or a rescue organization. Did you know that most of those animals are selected from the local shelters? Why not go straight to the source? Because although the LA Animal Services are doing a great job of reducing euthanasia, they still destroy many great animals each year. So please, consider adopting! Read More