Animal Shelters & Rescues for Pet Adoption - Petfinder
Visit the Best Friends Pet Adoption Center with more than 400 dogs, cats, kittens and puppies from Los Angeles Animal Services shelters.
There are many lovable cats and dogs available at the County's animal shelter, and pets can help to provide companionship, fun and health benefits! Adoptions hours are Monday - Saturday from 10:00am to 4:00pm, and Closed on Sundays and Holidays.
The current phase of the campaign features Internet-famous shelter pets – Toast Meets World, Keyboard Cat, and Hamilton Pug – and their owners, highlighting the unique bond between the two. The new PSAs encourage potential pet owners to make shelters and rescue groups their first choice and preferred way for acquiring pets, calling on potential adopters and pet adoption advocates to: Start A Story. Adopt.
The Shelter Pet Project | Adopt A Pet
By choosing to adopt a pet from a shelter, you are saving a life
Did you know the Almost Home Pet Adoption Center, a no-kill shelter, is funded entirely by donations & fundraisers? We receive NO funding from Nelson County! And, thanks to the help of dedicated staff, volunteers, and fosters, we are able to save many animals and help prevent their needless suffering. Unfortunately, we are constantly in need of help!!! Some ways you can help…
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Fosters teaching kitties good table manners and potty training.The Shelter Pet Project, launched in 2009, is a public service ad campaign focused on spreading the word that pets in shelters are wonderful and lovable, and encouraging potential adopters to consider the shelter as the first place to look when acquiring a “new best friend.”It is imperative that you take any pet adopted from the shelter to see your personal veterinarian as soon as possible for any adoption. They need a general health check, and updates on all necessary vaccinations. Animals cannot be placed on hold for potential adopters and all adoptions are first come, first serve.Our application collects information about you, your pet experience andwhat you expect from a pet. If you find a pet in the shelter you wouldlike to take home, we'll check with your landlord (unless you own yourhome) and arrange for your pet to be neutered prior to adoption. We willhave an adoption counselor go over house training, basic equipmentyou'll need and what to expect in the first few days.