There is a whole industry out there to help you make your pet’s daily life more sustainable, but one of the easiest ways is to start with what you already have. Have a dog that loves to destroy fabrics? Tie together some old rags you’d normally toss, to let them rip up, without ruining your favorite towels Build your cat a castle out of old shoe boxes or cardboard packaging Recycle shredded paper to use at the bottom of cages When taking your dog for a walk, make it more eco-
November is Adopt a Senior Pet Month! What many may also do not know is that shelters in Los Angeles county are full of senior pets. There is still time to give a senior pet a forever home.
During the holidays, many families look to adopt shelter pets that range from a few months old to a couple of years old. Many senior pets are often passed up simply because of their age.
It's heartbreaking to see senior pets in shelters because the reality for them is that for so long
“The 2016 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count determined that there are 46,874 individuals experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles County on any given night, 34,701 of who go unsheltered – they literally live on the street.” According to the National Coalition for the Homeless, about 10% of homeless people have pets. While there is limited shelter space for unsheltered people, there are fewer shelters or transitional housing programs in the Los Angeles area which allow people