Local Filmmaker Documents Plight Of Stray Dogs In LA

STUDIO CITY (CBS) — There are nearly 30,000 stray dogs in Los Angeles and now a local filmmaker is documenting their plight.

The film, narrated by Queen Latifah, is called “Street Dogs of South Central.”

It recently debuted at the International Family Film Festival.

On Saturday, we were joined by Bill Marin, the director of the emotional documentary, which follows the lives of three dogs — including a mother and her four pups.

For more information, visit “Street Dogs Of South Central” online.

  • Sandy

    Any chance you guys will post the interview on here? I missed it this morning and would love to see it. Thanks!

  • Robert S.

    The Doc. is just another story of what happens to animals all across the country, and is a national discrase to the whole country. People dump animals as if they were “trash” that they would just “throwaway”, just because they cost so much to maintain in a home. In my household I have three “rescued” animals that were very luckey to meet up with me. They don’t cost me that much, and they “pay me” everyday with much love, as they know I saved their butts from certain death. They are the big part of my family, and I don’t know what I would do without them. It’s a crime what happens to animals the world over, not just what happens in the “southland”! People should be more respectful of “Life”!

    • Ed jones

      Yes Robert animals don’t cost that much to feed. If a person can eat then they can feed these innocent loving animals. It is terrible when animals get dumped on the street.

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