Take a Look at This Week’s Featured Adoptable Pets | BH Courier

Take a Look at This Week’s Featured Adoptable Pets

LEIA - ID#A1752088
PUMA - ID#A1763606
NICO - ID#A1772255
COOKIE - ID#A1018650
MAIA - ID#A1338862
KIOTO - ID#A1756276

Posted: Tuesday, May 8, 2018 – 11:20 AM

These beautiful and adoptable pets are waiting to begin their new lives at the West Los Angeles Animal Shelter, located at 11361 West Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90064. 

Pretty KIOTO – ID#A1756276 is a spayed female, brown tabby Domestic Shorthair kitty. Although she has been at the shelter since Feb. 7, her age is unknown. She is a very tiny kitty,weighing in at only 6 pounds.

PUMA – ID#A1763606 is a neutered male, black and white Domestic Shorthair. He is only 2 years old. He arrived at the shelter March 15. Black animals some of the hardest to get adopted. 

NICO – ID#A1772255 looks awfully scared; he looks like a kitty who really needs a loving home. He is a a neutered male, orange and white Domestic Shorthair. He is only about a year old. He has been at the shelter since May 3. 

COOKIE – ID#A1018650, sadly, is a a spayed female, black Chihuahua – Smooth Coated, who is about 10 years old. Her chances are not good. Chihuahuas have a difficult time getting adopted – and this sweet little thing is a senior, which makes it doubly-difficult. She has been at the shelter since May 7. 

MAIA – ID#A1338862 is a spayed female, black Labrador Retriever and Staffordshire Bull Terrier. She, too, is a senior, and she will be difficult to place. She is about 10 and weighs about 68 pounds. She has been at the shelter a very, very long time, since Oct 29, 2017. 

LEIA – ID#A1752088 is a  beautiful spayed female, black and white Siberian Husky. She is only a year old and weighs just 33 pounds. She has been waiting at the shelter for a good home since Jan. 16.

Perhaps you would consider one of these or the hundreds of animals who need homes before purchasing a pet for your family from a pet store. If you are not yet ready to adopt, consider fostering a pet. Volunteers and donations are always welcomed!

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