Long Beach Friends of Long Beach Animals
Friends of Long Beach Animals (FOLBA), a nonprofit organization dedicated to responsible pet ownership, education and humane treatment of all animals, has donated a new medical suite with a surgical room to Long Beach Animal Care Services (LBACS).
Explorers will learn about domestic animals, reptile and horse handling, urban wildlife and more.
The City of Long Beach, Department of Parks, Recreation and Marine’s Animal Care Services Bureau (ACS) and the Friends of Long Beach Animals will sponsor an Explorer Academy for qualified youth ages 14 (must be 8th grade graduate) and not yet 20, who are interested in learning about animal related occupations including animal handling, legal operations, and veterinary practice.
Friends of Long Beach Animals will host their annual benefit with a reminder of why it’s important to feed the pets — not the plants!
Join Friends of Long Beach Animals (FOLBA) for an entertaining musical evening on June 6, 2013 featuring the wonderfully way-out musical Little Shop of Horrors, written by Howard Ashman, scored by Alan Menken, and based on the 1960 B-Movie of the same name.
The 12th Annual Pet Appreciation Fair and Walk for the Animals, presented by the Petco Foundation, will be held on Saturday, October 13 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. at El Dorado East Regional Park—Archery Range, 7550 Spring St.
Photo by Brit
People and their dogs are invited to participate in the 11th annual Pet Appreciation Fair and WALK for the Animals on Saturday, October 8, 2011 at the El Dorado East Regional Park Archery Range.
The event is co-sponsored by the Friends of Long Beach Animals and the Long Beach Friends of Long Beach Animals Animal Care Services Bureau.
Walking or watching are both fun at the annual pet fair and fundraiser. Photo courtesy of Kate Karp
“If we could walk with the animals, talk with the animals, grunt and squeak and squawk with the animals,” sang Rex Harrison’s Dr.
In 2009, a local dog owner was reunited with her poodle “Princess” because the pet’s microchip was traced to her Long Beach address. The dog had been missing for over four years.
A microchip is one of the best chances for owners to be reunited with their pet should the animal get lost.
Radio personalities Mark and Brian will be in Long Beach to promote animal adoption on May 8. This one-of-a-kind event is sponsored by KLOS radio station and the spcaLA to provide Long Beach families with the opportunity to adopt healthy pets into loving homes.
Enjoy an evening of fun and entertainment at the annual “Benefit for the Animals” at the Long Beach Playhouse. Tickets are now on sale for the reception and production on Thursday, April 22.
During the benefit event, the Friends of Long Beach Animals will honor a local “Hero to Animals.” This year the honoree is John Keisler, Bureau Manager of Long Beach Animal Care Services.
One of Long Beach’s most popular portrait photographers is hosting a fun way to create beautiful memories and help the local spay/neuter and humane education organization Friends of Long Beach Animals (FOLBA).
On Saturday, February 6 from 10 a.m.