I network cats and mostly small dogs from local shelters in Los Angeles using social media sites, email rescue groups, and the internet so these animals have a better chance at getting rescued. I advocate always choosing adoption over buying an animal. I am also a foster for L.A. County Department of Animal Care and Control.
I hope to raise awareness within the communities and to work towards a future where all animal owners are responsible and we no longer have to make the choice to put down otherwise adoptable animals simply due to a lack of space and resources.
I also strongly believe in spaying and neutering your animals to help reduce the number of homeless animals. Please help me to fight this daunting challenge!
My name is Caryn Klein. I am a passionate animal advocate, shelter volunteer, website designer, and a Technician’s Assistant in a local animal hospital. I live and work in the Los Angeles area and I am owned by 2 chihuahuas. You can find out more about me on my facebook page or feel free to contact me anytime.
Register and/or receive updates from lifesapet.com which is a animal rescue site for Los Angeles County. You can post your rescue/shelter cats or dogs, adoption events, news articles, DNA’s, Lost and found, and rescued animals directly to the site. Your posts will then be automatically shown on twitter and facebook for more exposure! You can also opt in to receive updates in your email whenever there is a new post on the site.
To register: Under the title “Register And Post” in the left sidebar, click on register and sign up. It’s fast and easy!
If you don’t need to register and just want email updates, sign in on the right sidebar (or at the bottom of this post) “Subscribe To Lifesapet” and you can elect to receive an email for each post, or you can elect to get the digest version which is all the posts for that day in one email.
Please email me if you have any questions or suggestions- Caryn Klein-Administrator firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your support and saving lives of homeless animals! We are all in this together!