Dozens of animals displaced by Superstorm Sandy will soon be available for adoption in Southern California.
Police say they removed 49 cats, including one that was dead, and two dogs from the home of a 63-year-old woman in Santa Ana Wednesday.
Authorities red flagged an Orange County home Tuesday morning after responding to a report of animal hoarding.
A record-high of 45 rabid bats have been reported in Los Angeles County this year, according to the Department of Public Health.
In an effort to curb the cat population in the Los Angeles-area, Found Animals is offering residents $5 for each cat brought in to be spayed or neutered.
When the standard “warning; dog” signs aren’t enough…. (What exactly is a ‘dog guardian?’ -Ed.) (Photo source: oddee.com)
Health officials Monday warned Long Beach residents about typhus, which is a bacterial disease transmitted by fleas and ticks.
Residents in South Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley can receive $5 for each cat they bring in to be spayed or neutered.
Students have been disciplined at an Orange County high school after some disturbing photos were posted online.
Volunteers loaded more than 60 dogs and cats into a small plane Wednesday as they prepared to fly them to Portland, Oregon, where a list of potential owners await their arrival.
Health officials Wednesday confirmed a second case of typhus this year in Orange County.
A Santa Ana resident has contracted typhus, prompting city officials to alert the community.
Pet owners in several neighborhoods around Long Beach were on alert Monday after a string of recent coyote attacks.
They’re a group of people who care for beloved pets when soldiers are at war.
Police officers will be working with volunteers to try and rescue dozens of cats who were being fed for years by a church on Skid Row.