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The Pet Post along with nearly 20 non-profit animal rescue groups and 30 local vendors cordially invite you to attend one of the largest pet adoption and pet fair events to take place during 2014 in the greater Long Beach area.
Animal shelters and animal rescue groups are the best source when searching for a pet. There are hundreds of pets within our cities that are retained in local animal shelters or rescue groups hoping to be placed in happy and healthy homes.
These pets have either wandered away from their homes or they were surrendered to animal shelters or rescue groups by their owners for a variety of reasons.
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Long Beach, CA – July 14, 2013 The Pet Post in partnership with Alpha Pet Care of Long Beach hosted A Second Chance pet adoption and pet fair. This is the fourth A Second Chance pet adoption and pet fair organized by The Pet Post beginning in 2012 with supporting business allies, Alpha Pet Care, Pet Sit Pros, CanvasPet, and local merchants.
Fix Long Beach is an immensely important program aimed at helping to reduce pet overpopulation in the city of Long Beach. Organized by Claudia Hoffmann, Fix Long Beach is operated by a group of volunteers and citizens devoted to providing free spay and neuter mobile clinics to low- income residents with pets throughout the greater city of Long Beach.
What a great day for nearly 100 pets in need of homes. During the Heidi and Frank Pet Adoption Day Event held at the spcaLA P.D. Pitchford Companion Animal Village, June 8, 2013, nearly 100 dogs and cats were adopted. According to sources, many more pet adoptions will occur as the impact of the event continues.
No doubt about it – for many people, especially for children, there is nothing more tempting than to touch an animal when it is in reach. However, there are many types of animals that do not like human contact. Even the kindest domesticated animals can react violently when they believe they are threatened. Before approaching or reaching for an animal it is important to think about safety first.