Animal shelters see a new day ahead...


"Animal shelters should be the last resort. By shifting to greater community engagement, we can create operations that allow our shelters to operate within capacity for care, rather than be completely overwhelmed and strained to deliver the care and enrichment we are driven to provide. So, this is our huge opportunity for major system change within the animal sheltering world." Dr. Jennifer Hawkins, chief veterinarian at OC Animal Care in Orange County, California

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Two great ways to help California's animals

California Pet Lover's License Plate
California Tax Checkoff - Prevention of Animal Homelessness & Cruelty

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