Join LA Animal Services and The Pet Care Foundation for Happy Furry Giving!

LA Animal Services Media Contacts:
Justin Khosrowabadi, (213) 482-9551 or
Agnes Sibal-von Debschitz, (213) 482-9512 or

Pet Care Foundation Media Contact:
Bill Crowe, (310) 247-8469 or

Join LA Animal Services and The Pet Care Foundation for Happy Furry Giving!

This November 23rd and 24th, visit any of LA Animal Services’ six locations for reduced adoption fees.

Los Angeles, November 21, 2019 – This November 23rd and 24th you can kick off the holiday season by finding a new furry family member to be thankful for! The Paula Kent Meehan Pet Care Foundation will sponsor The Happy Furry Giving pet adoption event at all six LA Animal Services Centers by offering a discount towards adoption fees for dogs, puppies, and waiving cat adoption fees. Adoption fees for kittens will be waived through a generous grant from the ASPCA.

“It is our goal to find a home for every pet residing within the six LA Animal Services Centers,” said Bill Crowe, Director of The Paula Kent Meehan Pet Care Foundation. He continued, “Start the holiday season off right by saving a life and adding a lot of joy to your family!”

Brenda Barnette, General Manager for LA Animal Services added, “LA Animal Services is pleased to host another adoption event with The Paula Kent Meehan Pet Care Foundation. Our six LA Animal Services Centers have an abundance of four-legged friends who are ready to make their way to good homes just in time for Thanksgiving! If you’ve been looking for a new reason to be thankful this holiday season, what better way than with a new furry best friend?”

For more info visit: or for center locations.

The Pet Care Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of homeless pets in the Los Angeles area. For more information contact:,, or call 310-247-8469.

Los Angeles Department of Animal Services is one of the largest municipal shelter systems in the United States with six services centers serving approximately 60,000 animals annually and responding to 20,000 emergency calls involving an animal or person in danger. LA Animal Services promotes and protects the health, safety, and welfare of animals and people.


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