Adoptable Pets of the Week

Mr. Big, who’s just 7 years young, likes to chat, enjoys playing with toys, adores a good scratch behind the ears and loves to snuggle. Mr. Big would prefer to be the only cat in your home.

Buster is an uber-friendly 4-year-old Pit Bull Terrier mix. He is quite the athlete, sailing through the air like a pro to catch balls, which is his favorite thing to do. Buster wants to help keep his person fit by going for long walks and playing every day. He’ll make an amazing best friend for an active person or family!

Sasha is an absolutely beautiful 9-year-old tabby who would be the perfect lap cat. She is calm, quiet and very loving. Sasha does fine with other cats, but is equally happy to devote all of her love to you as an only “child.” Just an all-around great cat for just about any household!

Meet Chloe, a 2-year-old Pit Bull Terrier is medium energy, so she’s playful, but also likes to take time to snuggle! Chloe enjoys dips in the kiddy pool, walks, and playing with most other dogs... once she’s been properly introduced. With her always-wagging tail and sweet kisses, Chloe is bound to put a smile on your face every day.

Best Friends Animal Society Adoption Center is located at 15321 Brand Boulevard, Mission Hills, California. The center is open from noon to 8 p.m. daily. For more information, visit http://bfla.bestfriends.org or call (818) 643-3989.

About Best Friends Animal Society Los Angeles
Best Friends Animal Society Los Angeles is working collaboratively with animal rescue groups, city shelters and passionate individuals who are all dedicated to the mission of making Los Angeles a no-kill city. As part of this mission, Best Friends hosts adoption and fundraising events, runs the Best Friends Pet Adoption & Spay Neuter Center in Mission Hills, and leads the NKLA initiative.

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Carol Fortner
301 days ago

Ellen

I am writing to see if you could help my cousin Jane Webster get a service dog. Janet has been a diabetic since she was 9 years old, she is now 62, Janet just lost her Lab "Murphy" a few weeks ago,Janet is a single woman, lives alone and has no one to check on her daily, a service dog might be able to alert neighbors if Janet needed help, Janet is a dog lover.

I am her cousin, but live 20 minutes away, I think Janet has written to you to see if you might help in any way for her to get a service dog. Thanks for anything you can do for her.

Sincerely
Carol Fortner

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elke hutto
314 days ago

Dear Ellen, Thnk you for all the great work you do. Please check Hope for Paws in LA they have Cadence a pit bull who seems to have been used as bait in dog fights. The people at that shelter do unbelievable work. They rehabilitaed Cadence and that sweet girl deserves a human to love her. I have three cats who require medidcal and metal assistance and I am laid off, so I can not do anything but bring awareness. I have Cadence on my Pinterest page, on Care 2, others have her on facebook, and still the poor thing waits.
Please help Cadence,
Elke

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