Long Beach P.D. Pitchford Companion Animal Village
Long Beach Animal Care Services (ACS) is providing veterinarian care for several dozen cats that were removed from a vacant house. Most of the cats were sick, non-responsive or underweight. Approximately half of the cats were kittens.
Long Beach Animal Care Services (LBACS) reminds residents to keep all family members, including pets, safe during high temperatures. According to Margaret Lee, Shelter Veterinarian for LBACS, families should practice a few simple tips to keep their pets healthy and safe during the heat:
Throughout the rest of August, Long Beach Animal Care Services will be distributing spay/neuter vouchers in person at the PD Pitchford Companion Animal Village.
Animal Care Services usually offers a limited number of vouchers on the first Thursday of the month; however, thanks to the generous support of our community the program has been increased this month and vouchers are being offered each day Animal Care Services is open in August.
Enjoy a delicious meal and raise money for a good cause at the Long Beach Animal Care Services (ACS) fundraiser at the Veggie Grill on Wednesday, October 24, 2012. The event is being organized by the Pets Always Worth Saving (PAWS) citizen support group for Long Beach Animal Care Services.
spcaLA’s P.D. Pitchford Companion Animal Village & Education Center and Long Beach Animal Care Services are teaming up for March Madness, a cats and kittens adoption event.
Tip-off is March 3rd and will feature two feline adoption specials:
Double Dribble: Adopt a team of two for $105.
Not all shelter pets will find homes for the holidays – but at least they’ll find warmth and comfort, thanks to the success of Petsguide Magazine’s first annual “Howls4Towels” donation drive.
From Nov. 15 – Dec.
The “First Cat of Long Beach”—Noah Foster— received the City’s first ever cat license at a special press conference held on Friday, July 16, 2010 at the P.D. Pitchford Companion Animal Village.
The friendly cat was adopted by Bob and Nancy Foster from Long Beach Animal Care Services in 2006.
Each year in June, the number of cat impounds more than double at Long Beach Animal Care Services making it an ideal time for residents to consider adopting a kitten or a cat.
“Nationwide, the spring and summer months typically bring a surge of kittens and cats to the nation’s shelters,” says John Keisler, Manager of Animal Care Services.