‘Friend for Life’ spcaLA plans a busy month of May

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A low-cost vaccine clinic is planned Sunday, May 15, from 10 a.ml to 1 p.m. at Gardena City Hall, 1670 W. 162nd St, Gardena. Vaccinations, deworming, and flea/tick prevention for dogs & cats at the Healthy Pet Clinic hosted by the City of Gardena. Clinic pricing: Rabies: $10 Bordetella Intranasal: $25 Lepto (Leptospirosis): 30* FVRCP: $25 CIV (Canine Inlfuenza): $30* FeLV: $25 Flea Treatment: $20 DHPP: $25 Microchipping: $30** Deworming: $20 $70 Puppy Package (for puppies 6-12 weeks old: DHPP, Bordetella, De-wormer, and Microchip) $60 Kitten Package (for kittens 6-12 week old: FVRCP, Dewormer, and Microchip) All dogs on leash or in carrier, all cats in carrier. One adult handler per pet. Bring medical records if available. Cash, credit accepted. For more information, call 888-spcaLA-1 or visit www.spcala.com ADOPT A PET An Adopt a Pet for $25 is planned by the spcaLA now through May 15. BISSELL Pet Foundation Sponsors Reduced Adoption Fees The spcaLA will empty the shelters now to May15 offering $25 pet adoption fees for dogs and cats. BISSELL Pet Foundation (BPF) is sponsoring reduced adoption fees for qualifi ed adopters (exclusions may apply). The “Empty the Shelters” event began in 2016 as an effort to encourage more families to adopt a pet. Since then, 83,000 pets have found homes, and “Empty the Shelters” includes organizations in 45 states and Canada, partnering with a total of 443 shelters. Potential adopters may visit spcaLA pet adoption centers during business hours. Adoptable pets are available to view at spcaLA.com/adopt. Save time by submitting an application in advance (submitting an application does not guarantee adoption or reserve an animal). For more information or to schedule an interview, please contact Ana Bustilloz at (323) 334-4471 or by email at abustilloz@spcaLA.com. spcaLA is an independent, nonprofit animal welfare organization serving Southern California since 1877. There is no national SPCA, parent organization, or umbrella group that provides financial support to spcaLA. Donations run programs and services including Cruelty Investigation, Disaster Animal Response Team, Humane Education, and a variety of shelter services. BISSELL Pet Foundation is a charitable 501©(3) nonprofit organization with a mission to help reduce the number of animals in shelters through pet adoption, spay/neuter programs, microchipping and emergency support. Founded in 2011 by Cathy Bissell, BPF is an extension of her long-standing love for animals and commitment to their welfare. BPF has since partnered with over 5,200 shelters and rescues across the U.S. and Canada to help pets fi nd loving homes. The foundation is supported by generous donors and BISSELL Homecare, Inc where every purchase saves pets. To learn more, visit www. bissellpetfoundation.org.N NEW HOURS Beginning May 4 Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Los Angeles (spcaLA) pet adoption centers will be open for adoptions Wednesday through Sunday, 11a.m. to 3 p.m.No appointment is necessary to visit spcaLA’s pet adoption centers during business hours. Visit spcaLA.com for locations and directions. Adoptions are processed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Save time by filling out an application in advance! Gather your payment. Cash and credit cards are accepted. Review spcaLA adoption fees & requirements. Be patient. Adoption processing may take up to an hour or more. Please be advised, completing an application does not guarantee adoption or reserve an animal. You may be asked to fi ll out additional paperwork. Adoptable pets are available for view 24-hours at spcaLA.com/adopt. For more information, please contact Ana Bustilloz at 323- 334-4471, 323-707-1271 cell or abustilloz@spcaLA.com.

‘Friend for Life’ spcaLA plans a busy month of May