Urgent Los Angeles Animals...saving pound puppies and caged kitties

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Our Featured Pet...

<> We really can't pick just one Featured Pet! We love and want to save all of the kittens, young cats, old cats, puppies, big dogs, little dogs and every animal in the high volume shelters of Los Angeles needing a new home.

New Animals at the high volume shelters

You can see the most recent "in need of homes" City of Los Angeles Shelter animals at the following site: laanimalservices.com/adoption/Adopt_Love.htm
Please click here for LA animals website then click on choices of animals in need of adopting, - North Central, South LA and East Valley have the most animals in need.

Who We Are

Our group's goal is to save sweet, adoptable pets from the high volume shelters of Los Angeles. As many as can be saved we place into foster homes and keep them safe and happy until they are adopted into permananet homes.
You can help by going to the City and County Shelters in Los Angeles and adopting a new member for your family. Shelter animals know when they have been given a second chance and are forever grateful.
You can help by getting all the animals you know (yours, your neightbors, the strays...) fixed so no extra kittens and puppies are born. Even a puppy that you know you can find a home for takes one home away from a shelter puppy.
You can also help by fostering or donating to help pay shelter fees and vet bills if you aren't in a position to adopt.
Our long term goal is to see Los Angeles a no-kill city with free spay/neuter readily available. If you want to contribute to helping pay for spays & neuters please contact us at: Spay-Neuter Program.

Adopting a friend

We wish in a perfect world all animals would have a home and those that don't would be "free to a good home". Unfortunately we have to pay shelter fees to rescue animals, pay vets, pay for food... so when you adopt from us we ask a donation to cover our costs.
All of our animals are spay/neutered, current on their shots, dewormed, microchipped and come with a free vet visit and insurance.

Come Visit Us!

You can visit our fosters by contacting the foster information listed on each posting.

While we have no affiliation with the city shelters except as volunteers, we also encourage you to go direct to the City of Los Angeles Shelters to save the animals. Please see the information below for each shelter.

Information on South Los Angeles (LA city) shelter:
Address: 3612 W 11 Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90018, Open 6 Days a week, closed on Mondays. Hours: Mon-to-Sat 8a-5p; Sunday, 11a-5p.
Directions -- take Crenshaw exit off the 10 Fwy, go South, past Jefferson to 36th street (large church on corner) turn left go 5 short blocks, Shelter on corner of 36 & 11 Ave. Parking available on roof, enter off 11 Ave. This is just a few minutes off freeway in a very safe neighborhood.
Tel. (toll free) 888-452-7381 menu option 1, 4, 2 (south LA shelter)

Information on North Central (L.A. City) Shelter:
Address: 3201 Lacy Street. Los Angeles, CA 90031,Open 6 Days a week, closed on Mondays. Hours: Mon-to-Sat 8a-5p; Sunday, 11a-5p.
Directions -- take Figueroa exit off the 110 Fwy (if heading North), follow exit to the first light. Turn right (south) onto Avenue 26. Go under the freeway and turn left onto the next street, Lacy. Shelter is on the left side of the street, parking lot is in front.
Tel. (toll free) 888-452-7381, 1, 4, 1 (North Central LA shelter)

Information on EAST Valley (L.A. City) Shelter:
Address: 14409 Vanowen Street, Van Nuys, CA 91405, Open 6 Days a week, closed on Mondays. Hours: Mon-to-Sat 8a-5p; Sunday, 11a-5p.
Directions --Off San Diego Freeway (405) at Sherman Way, turn East or off the Hollywood Fwy (170) exit Sherman Way, go West.
Tel. (toll free) (888) 452-7381 - menu option 1, then 4, then 5


Urgent Los Angeles Animals...saving pound puppies and caged kitties

Foster homes located throughout the Greater Los Angeles and Orange, Irvine areas.
Adoptions Events held at Petcos and other high quality pet stores.

Email - to learn more about cat fostering and our programs: Shelter-Cat Fosters.
Click here for our list of adoptable pets




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