Posted: Tuesday, July 25, 2017 – 11:19 AM
These sweet animals can be found at the West Los Angeles Animal Shelter, located at 11461 West Pico Blvd. LA, CA 90064. Shelters throughout the Greater LA Area have hundreds of great pets, waiting to be adopted or fostered. Call 888-452-7381 and ask for these cuties by ID number.
Not sure if you are ready to adopt? Try fostering first; there is always a need to foster. The LA Animal Shelters also need volunteers. Its a great way to help pets in need1
Check out their website at www.laanimalservices.com.
SAM – ID#A1253706 is a spayed female, calico Domestic Shorthair. She is about 6 years old and weighs about 10 pounds. She weighs approximately 10 pounds. She has been at the shelter since July 8.
DAISY – ID#A0938105 is a spayed female, orange and white American Staffordshire Terrier and Labrador Retriever. She is about 9 years old and weighs about 66 pounds. She has been at the shelter since July 14.
STEWART – ID#A1685567 is a neutered male, brown tabby Domestic Shorthair. He is about 8 years old and weighs 7 pounds. He has been waiting since March 13 for his furrever home.
ZEPHYR – ID#A1477552 is a a neutered male, white and brown Lhasa Apso and Cocker Spaniel mix who arrived at the shelter on July 5. He is about 10 years old and weighs about 24 pounds.
MIA – ID#A1683095 is a a spayed female, brown tabby Domestic Shorthair with beautiful green eyes. She has been at the shelter since Feb. 26 and really needs a home. She is only about 10 months old and weighs just 5 pounds.
PAVLOV – ID#A1694732 is a a neutered male, brown brindle and white Mastiff. He is only about 2 years old and weighs about 76 pounds. He has been at the shelter since June 24.
Next week, Mayor Lili Bosse will kick off her Businesses Open Later Days (BOLD) Initiative on Wednesday evening with artist Ed Massey, who, through his organization Portraits of Hope, is installing hundreds of hand-painted discs into the Lily Pond and illuminating them with black lights. Then, 3-D glasses will completely bring the discs alive. The show starts at 8 pm and the public is invited to participate!
These discs are being used to decorate animal shelters throughout the LA system as a special Portraits of Hope project, to make the shelters a friendlier place. They are already in place at the Agoura Shelter. Hopefully, when the installation is removed, these discs will be destined for the Carson Animal Shelter.
The discs were painted by hundreds of volunteers, many of them at the Beverly Hills Farmers’ Market on Sunday, making this a truly collaborative community project everyone can be proud of, beautifying the shelter.
The Carson Shelter, which has very high traffic, is full now. These animals are desperate for foster homes and permanent re-homing. Please check out the website to see them.