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.
A Los Angeles animal shelter that lets its cats chase toys on top of iPads hope the digital art created by the movement will encourage donations of money and tablet computers.
Pet adoptions were up 25% last year, according to the SPCA – LA, but at the same time they’ve also taken in more animals because families have lost jobs and homes.
It was the sound of a wailing cat that first caught the neighbor’s attention. When she looked toward the sound she told authorities that she saw her next-door neighbor cutting off the crying feline’s head with a knife.
Keeping a healthy dog or cat starts with your pets having good dental hygiene. Remarkable high numbers show 80 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats show signs of oral disease by age three. […]
Writer Dave Barry is right when he asks: “Seriously, what did we do before the internet?”
2011 was filled with heartwarming tales of the bonds between people and their pets, and Los Angeles was home to many of these uplifting stories. Ashlan Gorse and her Siberian Husky, Aurora Ashlan Gorse, host […]
A Santa Ana family was charged Wednesday with maintaining an illegal rescue operation with 110 cats that prosecutors contend exposed two young girls in the home to dangerous living conditions.
A local non-profit group wants to use private funds to cut down on what it says is just another symptom of America’s economic ails on the streets of South L.A.