Los Angeles isn't a so-called "no kill" city when it comes to unwanted pets that end up in public shelters.
But it's getting closer, says the group Best Friends Animal Society.
The organization boasted this week that far fewer public shelter animals were killed in January compared to one year ago:
The city of Burbank appears to be joining the movement against retail pet sales.
The local City Council gave its initial approval this week to a ban that would cover the retail sale of dogs and cats.
The aim, of course, is to prohibit ...
Hipster racism we can handle. But cuddly kitten racism? There is no god!
L.A. animal shelters went public with this disturbing trend (sometimes called Black Dog Syndrome) last year, revealing to Time Magazine that black shelter pets "are often the last to be adopted and the first to be euthanized." ... More >>