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Pets of the Week: Harvey & Stetson

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Harvey was rescued from a Los Angeles city shelter, where his fate was grim. Harvey is a sweet 3-year-old boy who loves human contact. Harvey can't get enough petting and brushing! "Give me, give me attention," is what he's always saying to the people he loves. Harvey gets along well with other cats and is an all-around wonderful companion.

Would you like to make Harvey a part of your family? An adoption questionnaire and procedures are available at the Forgotten Animals of Los Angeles website.

Forgotten Animals of Los Angeles (FALA) is a non-profit, volunteer organization dedicated to humane nurturing, neutering and finding loving homes for abandoned cats & kittens. Each animal receives a health check, is tested, vaccinated, spayed or neutered and dewormed prior to adoption. The tax-deductible donation required from each would-be adopter ensures the safety and welfare of the next abandoned cat or kitten in need.

Stetson was at a shelter for quite a while before he was rescued by New Leash on Life Animal Rescue. A shelter staff favorite, they did everything they could to network and spread the word about this fun-loving 1-year-old. But sadly, no one came for this darling Pit Bull/Labrador Retriever mix and his time was running out.Stetson is a smart and energetic pup. He would love some obedience training and a stable home environment, so that he may become the best dog he can be. Stetson would make an excellent running or hiking partner and deserves to find a loving home after all of his time spent in the shelter and kennel environments.

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New Leash On Life is a non-profit no-kill dog rescue dedicated to saving the lives of shelter animals. All interested applicants must submit an online adoption application prior to meeting the dog of interest. New Leash On Life rescues dogs as space permits, therefore the more dogs that find homes, the more that can be rescued!

Contact Leash on Life to learn more about Stetson or the other pets in their care.