Almost a year ago, a man was driving on the 101 Freeway near downtown LA and noticed a cardboard box on the shoulder. He pulled over and looked inside. The box contained a half-dozen kittens. The good news – he took the box to Sante D'Or, an animal adoption and community-focused rescue.
What happened to the kittens? Well, one of them, Dug (formerly Smiles Davis) is in our kitchen right now, probably trying to destroy a squeaky shark dog toy.
Another box, left in the desert and filled with ten puppies, ended up at Westside German Shepherd Rescue of Los Angeles. And one of those puppies (now a happy, goofy 70-pound two-year old) is in our kitchen, probably trying to get the cat to play with him. We have another GSD from Westside and have adopted from them in the past. They're wonderful.
Other great rescues in the LA area:
And don't forget LA Animal Services:
From The Humane Society: