This is Janet Molina, our Safe at Home Community Engagement Counselor who sits outside the front door of the South L.A. Shelter every day. She is amazing and does incredible work. She intercepts under-age kittens before they enter the shelter.
What are the known facts about Hurricane Harvey? Harvey dumped 11 trillion gallons of rain on Houston, a city of 2.3 million people. At least 31 people died and 100,000 homes were damaged or destroyed. What don’t we know? How many
2016 was a banner year for Stray Cat Alliance. We saved more cats than ever before. We adopted out 640 cats, TNR’d 1,999 in South LA, Returned-To-Field 750, and saved 374 thru our Safe-At-Home program at the South LA shelter.
What to do when you find neonatal kittens Yes, it’s kitten season. If you are a rescuer, yes, it’s time to freak out! It’s also time to educate the public about neonatal (not able to survive on their own) kittens.
It was almost six years ago this month that I was first asked to be a founding member of the steering committee of NKLA (No Kill Los Angeles). It was then called No More Homeless Pets Los Angeles. When I