This Week’s Featured Pets Will Meow You! | BH Courier

This Week’s Featured Pets Will Meow You!

ELOISE - ID#A1742179
ROCKY - ID#A1086644
LUCKY - ID#A1323487
SQUIRREL TAIL - ID#A1746263
This CAT - ID#A1745531
TITO - ID#A1749353

Posted: Wednesday, January 3, 2018 – 11:28 AM

This week, our featured pets include one cutie feline named “Squirrel Tail”! Ring in the New Year by adopting a homeless animal from the animal shelter, and celebrate 2018 by saving a life!

SQUIRREL TAIL – ID#A1746263 is an unaltered female, gray Domestic Longhair. She is about 5 years old and has been at the shelter since Dec. 12. 
ELOISE – ID#A1742179 is a beautiful spayed female, black and white Domestic Longhair. She is about 8 years old and has been waiting since Nov. 18 for her permanent home.
UNNAMED CAT – ID#A1745531 is a handsome neutered male orange and white tabby. He is about 8 years old and has been at the shelter since Dec. 7

ROCKY – ID#A1086644 is a neutered male, tan and brown German Shepherd Dog and Labrador Retriever. He is about 8, and weighs about 61 pounds. He has been at the shelter since Nov. 25. LUCKY  – ID#A1323487 is a neutered male brown-and-white Pit Bull Terrier. He is about 6 years old and weighs 97 pounds and he has been at the shelter since  Sept. 9. He needs a home!
TITO – ID#A1749353 is an unaltered male, white Miniature Poodle, who desperately needs a hair cut! He is about 5 years old and weighs only 13 pounds. He has been at the shelter since Dec. 30.

For more information call Los Angeles Animal Services – West Los Angeles Shelter at (888) 452-7381. Ask for these animals by their ID number. Visit their website at www.laanimalservices.com. These pets are at the West Los Angeles Shelter, 11361 West Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90064 Directions, (310) 207-3156. To volunteer at the shelter, visit www.laanimalservices.com/volunteer. If you are uncertain about adopting a pet for a lifetime, consider fostering a pet. LA Animal Services has a foster program for volunteers willing to remove these sweet animals from the shelter and provide the comfort of a home. 

Shelter life is very hard on animals, with glaring lights, loud noises, and the presence of so many caged, nervous animals that come and go. Please consider adoption first!

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