If Los Angeles reduces the number of shelter animals killed to 10 percent, it would qualify as a no-kill city. At the current reduction rate, LA could become the nation’s largest no-kill city by 2017.
Home surveillance of a large cat — believed to be a mountain lion — has residents concerned.
CHINO HILLS (CBSLA.com) — Firefighters from the Chino Valley Fire District Sunday rescued a stray cat that was trapped inside of a six-inch drainpipe. The cat had crawled more than 40 feet into the pipe, and managed to […]
Delilah (A#1481305) is a sweet, 5-year-old Calico domestic short hair.
Los Angeles city fire spokeswoman Katherine Main said six caged cats and three dogs succumbed to smoke inhalation and were beyond help.
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Bailey somehow managed to get wedged between the two walls.
The cat — described as “a sweetie pie” by officers — is doing very well.
Animal Control ordered the group to remove all of its animals by Monday, February 3.
Zelda is a gorgeous ‘Torti’ marked 8-week-old kitten, rescued from the streets.
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A woman who allegedly lit her cat’s tail on fire — and then posted a pic of it on Facebook — has been arrested.
Some Torrance residents were on edge Friday after a coyote was spotted fatally attacking a cat on Thursday.
Pinay – who was found inside a freight container in the city of Industry – is looking for a home.
A pit bull was killed by officers after attacking a 72-year-old man and killing a cat in Manhattan Beach.