The new 76,000 sq. ft. Harbor Animal Shelter, opened in June 2008, is the Harbor's newest safe haven for lost companion animals and those looking for new homes. Lush with planters and trees, the Harbor Animal Shelter features 79 dog kennels and 72 cat cages filled with companion animals just waiting to be adopted. There are also specially designed community cat rooms, get acquainted yards for dogs and adopters to meet, special areas for rabbits and exotic animals, and a large grassy field for companion animal training. This shelter is filled with companion animals who desperately need safe and loving homes, fosters and volunteers.
We envision the day when every pet born is ensured a good home and care all its natural life and no animal will suffer because of abuse, neglect or ignorance, and all citizens, their property and neighborhoods are safe from the dangers and nuisances of irresponsible pet guardianship.
We create happiness by bringing pets and people together. Saving animals' lives is our first priority.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday: 8am - 7pm
Wednesday: 8am - 5pm
Thursday: 8am - 7pm
Friday: 8am - 5pm
Saturday: 8am - 5pm
Sunday: 11am - 5pm
Our Adoption Process...
Ready to adopt? Just fill out the adoption form at the Shelter, provide a valid form of government-issued identification with photo (i.e., driver's license), and pay the adoption fee. The maximum cost for a Los Angeles City resident to adopt a dog is $122. The maximum cost to adopt a cat is $76. The cost to adopt a rabbit is $56. Adoption fees include vaccinations and spaying/neutering for dogs, cats, and rabbits; microchipping for dogs and cats; and the first year license fee for dogs. Microchipping for rabbits is available for an additional $15. The Animal Care Centers accept payment by cash, check, or credit card (name on credit card must match the name on the photo identification).
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