MY BUDDY City of Los Angeles Adoption Event
Finds New Homes for 76 Older Dogs

LA Animal Services Media Contact: Justin Khosrowabadi, (213) 482-9551 or
Pet Care Foundation Media Contact: Bill Crowe, (310) 247-8469 or

MY BUDDY City of Los Angeles Adoption Event
Finds New Homes for 76 Older Dogs

Los Angeles, September 6, 2019 – On August 17th and 18th the Paula Kent Meehan Pet Care Foundation (PCF) promoted another spectacular pet adoption event at all 6 LA City Animal Services Centers. This event was especially geared to help find homes for animals five years and older – seniors. 76 senior dogs found new homes of their own. Cats were free that weekend due to the Clear the Shelters event sponsored by NBC.

Brenda Barnette, GM for LA Animal Services said, “Mature pets are the best possible addition to any family. They appreciate you even more because you’ve given them a second chance at a happy and fulfilling life.”

Bill Crowe, Executive Director for PCF said, “We are working tirelessly with the City of Los Angeles to help the City achieve “no kill” status, and these events are critical to reaching that goal.”

The mission of Paula Kent Meehan’s The Pet Care Foundation (PCF) is to assist in the reuniting of lost pets with their owners/guardians and assist with the placement of homeless/shelter animals. We assist with the implementation of pet licensing and micro-chipping; provide educational programs to promote the understanding of animals including care and training. We improve the health of animals and healing of the disabled or ill in home or medical environments. We provide grooming services to homeless/shelter pets enhancing the adoption process.

To find the LA City Animal Services Center nearest you and/or to see all of the beautiful animals available, go to For additional information about other Pet Care Foundation programs, visit

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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