A cat that had its snout and paws covered in red tape was having trouble breathing when it was abandoned at an L.A. area animal shelter today. (See a disturbing photo of the cat bound up after the jump).
Vets from the county's Los Angeles Department of Animal Care and Control quickly got the tape ... More >>
After more than two years of being without your best friend, you'd probably just give up and assume she's moved on to better fire hydrants.
But one Eagle Rock family held onto hope and were reunited with their long-lost American Eskimo-mix dog named Aka this week.
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Los Angeles really is the vanguard of the American Dream, a place where the son of a Nazi can become governor of California, and a utopia where our virtual Ellis Island is a rocket ship of upward mobility.
Unless, of course, you're Mexican, in which case you'd have better odds of making it if you ... More >>
The four-month-old pit bull mix was taken into the Baldwin Park Animal Care Center last week by a good Samaritan after he suffered a broken elbow at the hands, apparently, of his drug-crazed owner.
The L.A. County of Los Angeles Department of Animal Care is asking for your donations to ... More >>
Updated at the bottom with the kid's age and an explanation from the County about why the photo was distributed.
We're not sure what's worse -- that a bat-wielding boy allegedly beat to death three kittens or that the county Department of Animal Care and Control just sent out a photo of said cat co ... More >>
For a month authorities have been on the case of a vicious suspect alleged to have assaulted a 3-and-a-half-year-old girl.
They even procured an off-road vehicle to track the predator in the Lancaster area, to no avail. The suspect would run off into the desert and allude the long arm of the law.
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Who, me? Vicious?Update: The ordinance is a done deal -- unanimously approved by the Board of Supervisors. According to City News Service, "one attorney who has defended the owners of allegedly vicious dogs says the new ordinance could mean a death sentence for exuberant puppies."
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