Tuesday, July 19, 2016
In California City, a remote rural town about two hours north of Los Angeles, there is a small animal shelter that operates on extremely limited resources. With a very tight budget, staff work hard to look after the animals in their care. Like many community oriented shelters, the facility is heavily reliant on the tireless efforts of volunteers. We decided to help them out and our partners at Cat’s Pride delivered in a big way!
Friday, March 16, 2012
The Heigl Foundation has launched a free spay/neuter program in California City in an effort to substantially reduce the number of dogs handled by the California City Animal Shelter. Annually, more than 2,300 pets find their way to the shelter either as a stray picked up by the City’s Animal Control Officer or surrendered by their owner. Unfortunately, too few are subsequently adopted.