UPDATE 1/22: RESCUED!
Pull Fees and Transport Covered!!!!
When we approached Charmaine (A1085262, 2 year old, green-listed on 1/14 – down-graded from red because she is soooooo sweet!!!) she seemed a bit cautious, then started to rub up against the side of the cage, and suddenly, flopped over and started stretching and inching her way towards us to be petted. What a beauty she is, with that deep gray, soft fur. This girl was indeed lucky – but you can be even luckier if you save her life. Please visit or call the South L.A. shelter at (213) 485-0117 or -0119 to rescue her. Impound #A1085262
South LA Shelter
3612 11th Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90018 (Care Center)
3320 West 36th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90018 (Annex)
(213) 485-0117 or -0119
The South Los Angeles facility was damaged by the Northridge Earthquake and could no longer be used. A temporary annex was hastily constructed to provide basic service levels in the area until a new South Los Angeles Animal Care Center was designed and opened in 2001. Now, the Annex, which is a block west of the new Care Center, has also been renovated, and houses animals needing medical care or other special attention. The public can visit the Annex on Sunday afternoons to look for animals to adopt.
HOURS OF PUBLIC OPERATION (for Care Center):
Tuesday (8AM – 5PM)
Wednesday (8AM – 5PM)
Thursday (8AM – 5PM)
Friday (8AM – 5PM)
Saturday (8AM – 5PM)
Sunday (11AM – 5PM)