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L.A. Love & Leashes

10250 Santa Monica Blvd. #2603, L.A. Love & Leashes, Los Angeles, CA 90067

cats & dogs at L.A. Love & Leashes
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Areas L.A. Love & Leashes serves

Los Angeles County, San Bernadino County, Orange County, Riverside County, Ventura County, Kern County

L.A. Love & Leashes's adoption process

Additional adoption info

We get to know the dogs and cats in our program really well and do our best to find well-matched adopters.
All dogs must have a leash and collar before we can adopt them out. Cats must have a carrier. We can provide a cardboard one for $10.
100% of the adoption fee goes straight to the shelter the same day. We run solely off of donations, so we greatly appreciate a donation in addition to the shelter's fee. Please help us continue to help more animals!

About L.A. Love & Leashes

L.A. Love & Leashes is 100% dedicated to animals still living at L.A.'s six city animal shelters. All of the dogs and cats who come to us are still spending their nights in LA city animal shelters. L.A. Love & Leashes is a program of the volunteer-run, non-profit Friends of L.A. Animal Shelters.* All of the amazing dogs and cats come each morning from our city shelters (Los Angeles Animal Services), generously transported by the staff of the West LA shelter. Those not adopted that day return to the shelter at night. We are supported solely by donations and we're very grateful for your support. *Friends of L.A. Animal Shelters is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to helping Los Angeles Animal Services (the city's six animal shelters).

We now also take donations through Venmo: @LALoveLeashes

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