The great host in this case is Helen Sanders Katbeus, a non-profit organization dedicated to saving the lives of shelter cats and preventing the birth of more unwanted kittens. Through its programs and lots of sweat and, unfortunately, sometimes, tears, CatPAWS has pulled more than 3,000 kittens and kittens from public shelters since its inception as a nonprofit organization in 2010. CatPAWS pioneers have fed countless newborns and socialized Hundreds of cats and kittens for adoption. Funds from donations and grants provided spay/neuter and veterinary care for each cat and for any specific medical care and surgery required. It might take a kiss to turn a frog into a prince or princess, any kind of royalty, but in the first place, why would anyone do that to a frog, and in the second, CatPAWS turn them into healthy domestic cats, which trump existence. king at any time.
CatPAWS also brings together innovative software. Volunteers gather regularly DIY cat grooming kits, which is distributed to public shelters and given free of charge to people who wish to participate directly in saving the lives of newborn kittens. (If it’s you, wait till mom comes back, if you don’t and the cats suffer, wait Animal Care Services in Long Beach And ask for a group.) The Traveling Kitty Comfort and Therapy Show brings kittens to living facilities where they play with residents. For many people who live there, this is the bright spot of their month. It also helps cats get used to holding people and playing with them.
Long Beach cat rescue cat provides company gift for seniors to live with help
All of these programs need funding, of course. If you want to help out next weekend, put on your best shoes and come to CatPAWS Chic Chat Soiree Glad! De-tails are available in big furballs of fun And you can buy tickets on this link. If you’re busy, don’t have the funds to go, or an evil wizard has put a 100-year sleep curse on you, you can donate through the button on the link. All money from the party and donations will go toward making sure that many hundreds of other cats will awaken sleeping humans with a magical kiss from their little pink sandpaper tongues.
This year, hundreds of kittens and kittens in CatPAWS foster care have already found homes. There is no sign of a slowdown in the refugee flow, unfortunately. Spay and neuter will help in this sense, but plenty of orphans still need their furry homes. If you’re looking for a cat, or even if you don’t know you are, check out their bios and read them over here. There is an approval application that you can fill out and submit online. Easy As Pobedy Poopedi!
Here are a few highlights:
It’s refreshing and oh, very bubbly! mimosaShe is a really adorable cat – smart and playful, but she can be feisty and play hard. Like many aristocrats, she is selective about cat friends and definitely shouldn’t be around children. Mimosa needs a cat who is intelligent and can understand her signals.
Come on, can you resist this? Cuba And the Princess Peach Two other brothers and two sisters are in search of a family who would like to have snuggling bugs as their forever companion.
Pet license amnesty extended until December 31
The City of Long Beach has extended waivers for fees and fines for pet licenses through December 31. Anyone who lives in Premium Community Development Grants neighborhoods, shown in the map above, can request a waiver by phone at 562-570-7387, by applying by mail at 7700 E. Spring St. , or in person at the shelter. The waiver program is not available online. Visit this link licensing requirements. Call 562-570-7387 for additional information.
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20th Anniversary of Religions’ Blessing of Animals: Sunday, October 2, 5:45 pm, concrete ramp for launching boats next to Rosy Dog Beach1 Granada Street, Long Beach, Free event
All domestic animals, whether mammals, reptiles, amphibians, birds, or fish, are invited to take part in this beautiful sunset event to bless the minister chosen by man—not that they have not already come to us blessed. The Blessing, one of the world’s largest, hosts Justin Rudd’s nonprofit Community Action Team (CAT), which includes Haute Dogs.
The ceremony will be presided over by representatives from multi-ethnic and diverse cults. Make sure your pets are tied up, in a carrier, cart, fish tank, etc. to ensure their safety. If your pet is no longer with you and you want to keep it in your heart with blessing, bring a cherished picture, toy or collar. Information about ministers and procedures is available over here.
Pit Bull Brigade Blockhead’s Appreciation Day: Saturday, October 15, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Marina Vista Park, 5355 Elliott Street, Long Beach, Free event.
Anyone who lives or has lived with a little pie and has dealt in any way with a bad rap against the breed knows that they all deserve credit. The Blockhead Brigade, a local advocacy organization, will be holding a day of appreciation for this group of often mischievous and humane dogs. The event will feature a few groups centered around the little things, including a walking group, a pet memorial altar for the Day of the Dead, a domestic dog health check group, merchandise, food, and of course, some of these goofy canines for adoption. The Blockhead Brigade requires no introductions to dogs, a distance of 10 feet between dogs, and all dogs on leashes of 6 feet or shorter. The event is free to the public, but the organizers want to know the expected number, so click the registration balloon in event page.
CatPAWS Le Chic Chat Soiree Fundraising Program: Saturday, October 15, 5:30 p.m. Navy Seal Beach Golf Course: Bldg. 800, 5660 Orangewood Ave. , Cypress, general admission $175, VIP tickets and full tables also available.
Put on your most adorable cat suit or tie and tails – especially yours – and join Helen Sanders CatPAWS at her cutest! Enjoy cocktails and appetizers, a dinner and dessert buffet, silent and live auction items, a presentation featuring an overview of CatPAWS programs, lives saved and changed lives, and a salute to adopters. Guest of honor Meg Delauch will chair the fur business. All money raised will go to saving a lot! Buy tickets and see details over here.
Your best friends strut your death: Saturday, October 22, 9-11 a.m., Warner Center Park, 5800 Topanga Canyon Boulevard, Woodland Hills, Or by default at this link 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., $20 registration fee.
Put on your hiking boots or strap on a virtual pair, and get ready to go ahead and get out there and save lives! Strut your death, the fundraising rally that saves the lives of dogs and cats across the country — is back in body and fur in select cities after the COVID-19 boycott last year. Despite the cancellation of live events, virtual participants of Strut Your Mutt have raised $1.45 million for homeless pets! Your participation helps reach Best Friends’ goal of becoming a no-kill national by 2025. Registration includes an official t-shirt for the 2022 Strut Your Mutt event, and the money you collect, including your registration fees, goes directly to Best Friends’ adoption candidatesCats and dogs, of course, as well as horses, birds, rabbits, and pigs – or your favorite local animal welfare organization. Fundraising continues until October 31. Access this link for details.
Foster for a moment – or rage!
Animal Care Services in Long Beach Credit hours have been expanded as follows: Wednesday to Friday 10am-4:30pm and Saturday and Sunday 10am-3pm Guests are welcome to browse until closing. To speed up any approval process, send an email [email protected]. For adoption, email [email protected].
If you’ve always wanted a pet but aren’t sure if you’re ready for a lifelong commitment (to the animal), or if you’ve outgrown your pet companion days for whatever reason, a nursery can be a great way to go, especially with one or more kittens emerging during the that cat season. Each of the organizations listed below is in dire need of sponsors to connect with and help save their young lives. Who knows – perhaps one of these spirits will change your mind about the unready thing for the roommate!
These nonprofits also regularly feature cats, dogs, and rabbits. As of now, adoptions are mainly done by appointment. Click the links for each rescue in case of updates or changes. These organizations operate through donations and grants, and anything you can provide would be welcome. Please suggest any Long Beach area rescues to add to the list.
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