Saturday, August 3, 2013

No-Kill Animal Shelter for Los Angeles

From the Associated Press
Published: Friday, Aug. 2, 2013 - 5:36 pm
A state-of-the-art animal shelter opened in Los Angeles this week, the cornerstone of a plan to turn the nation's second largest city into a no-kill zone for orphaned pets by 2017.

The NKLA Pet Adoption Center in West LA opened Thursday with a two-day open house. Best Friends Animal Society and The Gershman Foundation are paying for it.

The shelter is also seen as a social center for fundraising and outreach for rescues like Downtown Dog Rescue, Labs and Friends, Kitty Bungalow, Wags and Walks, Fix Nation and Angel City Pit Bulls, groups that save dogs from the streets and shelters of Los Angeles. They can show off their adoptable dogs at the center too.

Adoptions will range in price from $100 to $350 but include spaying and neutering.

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