Finding New Foster Homes for Kittens in L.A.

In late January, Alejandra S. of El Monte, California found a stray kitten in her neighborhood. “He was in a box near a stop sign,” she says. Alejandra, 19, picked up the kitten, who was black with a tuft of white hair on his chest. “He was meowing a lot. He seemed hungry and there were scabs all over his […]

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Keeping Pets Safe During Home Repairs

With spring and summer comes nice weather, outdoor activities and home improvements we pushed off during the winter months. Of course, with home repairs comes lots of items our furry friends may not be used to, and therefore, may be curious of. In order to keep your pets safe while making your house look great, the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center […]

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ASPCA Opens New Grant Fund to Support the Movement to End Factory Farming

At any given moment, there are over 1.6 billion chickens, pigs, cows and other land animals being raised for food across the U.S. Most of these animals are living in crowded, brutally inhumane conditions on factory farms. In addition to the suffering animals endure in factory farms, these facilities are a major contributor to climate change and harm the health […]

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Congressional Hearing Brings Us One Step Closer to Protecting Equines

The U.S. House of Representatives has taken a major step forward to protect our nation’s equines. Yesterday, the Subcommittee on Consumer Protection and Commerce held a hearing on two very important equine bills: the Save America’s Forgotten Equines (SAFE) Act and the Prevent All Soaring Tactics (PAST) Act. The SAFE Act would permanently ban the slaughter of American horses in […]

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Keep Your Pets Safe from Fleas and Ticks

The weather is getting warmer, so you know what that means—more time in the great outdoors! Unfortunately, more time outdoors means more opportunities for your pet to catch fleas and ticks. So, the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) wants to remind you of the importance of keeping your pet safe from fleas and ticks during the warmer months with these helpful […]

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Your Votes Have Been Counted! See the Winning Mini Horse Name

One special little Miniature Horse needed your help—he needed a neigh-m! Earlier this week, we asked you to vote for your favorite option: Hairy Styles, Taika, Milkshake or Terk. Ready to hear the whinny-ing name?    This Mini’s new name is Milkshake! If you voted for the winner, know that we’re clapping our hooves and giving you a round of […]

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This Is Your Sign to Rescue a Dog

Today is National Rescue Dog Day and boy, do we have some cute pups looking to be adopted! If you’re in the tri-state area looking for a large dog who can’t wait to find a home to call their own, then you’ve come to the right place. Meet our sweet, adoptable dogs below and help celebrate National Rescue Dog Day […]

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Are You Ready to Explore Life with Dora?

Meet Dora! Dora is looking for a patient and experienced adopter who can provide a quiet, spacious and loving home for her to relax and enjoy the finer things in life.  Dora is a spunky and independent gal who can be nervous and unsure in new places and with new people. It may take her some time to feel comfortable […]

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Life’s Double the Fun with These Coastline Feline Duos!

Why have one cat when you can have two? These four duos are looking for homes in the tri-state  and Los Angeles areas. Read on to find out if any of these inseparable besties are the perfect pair for you!  New York City Cats Pearl and Orville Pearl and Orville can’t wait to find a home together! While Pearl can […]

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