An owner has been chosen for a kitten that survived a three-week voyage from Shanghai to Los Angeles without food or water.
A live and interactive cat playroom was installed at the Best Friends Animal Society in Mission Hills this week.
Several pet food manufacturers are issuing voluntary recalls after 14 people in nine states became sick from handling tainted food.
Members of an animal rights group are alerting Canyon Lake residents about the imminent release of a man twice-convicted of mutilating and killing cats.
Los Angeles pets live a life to howl about. Sunshine, car rides, beautiful hikes and owners dedicated to taking the best care of their four-legged children. But even the best pet owners could use a tip or two from the pros to ensure their fur babies will live a long and healthy life.
Designer Geren Ford visited KCAL9 Thursday to discuss a limited-edition cat sweater that she designed with country singer Kellie Pickler for Cat Appreciation Month.
A 2-month-old kitten that had to be rescued from a drain pipe by Riverside County firefighters is ready for a new home.
Riverside County Animal Services, teamed with firefighters from CAL Fire’s Station 16, rescued a kitten that got itself stuck in a pipe Saturday.
Twenty Southern California animal shelters are coming together this November for the FAll 5,000 Super Adoption.
If approved, the measure would force pet stores to transition to a pet adoption model that offers pets one would normally adopt from a local animal shelter.
A local shelter is making an appeal to pet lovers, as it seeks a new home for a blind cat.
The first 300 pet owners who make appointments will be eligible to save 50 percent on the cost of spaying or neutering their pet.
Dr. Silene Young visited the KCAL9 studios on Tuesday to give viewers tips on how to handle pets during a disaster.
A 1-year-old black cat that was perilously perched on a freeway overpass just inches from a
200-foot fall is safe and recovering from her ordeal at a Riverside County animal shelter.
Animals in Los Angeles County, especially those that are bred or housed in pet stores, will now have better protection under a new ordinance.