Support for LAist comes from
We Explain L.A.
Stay Connected

Share This

Arts and Entertainment

Pets of the Week: Timmy, Waldo, and Luke

Stories like these are only possible with your help!
You have the power to keep local news strong for the coming months. Your financial support today keeps our reporters ready to meet the needs of our city. Thank you for investing in your community.

Timmy is an adorable 2 1/2-year-old white and tan Shih Tzu with big beautiful eyes and a soft coat. Waldo is a commanding and gorgeous 3-4 year old black and tan Lhasa Tzu who will bond to you like super-glue. Why these young men haven't been adopted yet is anyone's guess, but their rescue, Lhasa Happy Homes believes it may be because they are very bonded to each other. So Timmy and Waldo must be adopted together.

Timmy is fearless and likes big dogs, little dogs, big people, and older kids. His favorite thing to do is to play with all the toys and people and dogs that he meets. He loves to explore and is curious about everything. He is a great combination of energy and calm; loves to play and loves to cuddle!

Waldo will great you with a hearty "Hello!" but he settles nicely. He can be independent and you'll wonder where he went, but call his name and he comes to attention! He loves affection, having his belly rubbed, and really needs to feel secure in his environment. He's a really good boy and just needs to know that someone loves him. He is very attached to Timmy and very protective of him around other dogs. Waldo would love a home that would help him with his obedience training. Most of all, Timmy and Waldo would like a family that will give them lots and lots of unconditional love!

More information and an application for adoption is available online at the Lhasa Happy Homes website or come by and meet their adoptable dogs at their adoption events every Sunday.

Support for LAist comes from

Luke is a shy, loving fellow with gorgeous grey Siamese/Siberian looks and big blue eyes. He was surrendered because his family had to move. Having gone from a home to a rescue hasn't made him a happy cat, and he longs for a new home with lots of TLC. He is rather quiet at first, but once he gets to know you he's very affectionate. He would do well as a single pet in an adult home. If you like eye-catching kitties who offer calm and loyal companionship, then Luke may be your soulmate.

Luke is about 8 years old, house-trained, healthy, neutered, Felv/FIV negative and up to date on routine shots.

Luke is available for adoption from Friends of Animals Foundation, a non-profit, no-kill rescue and adoption group based in in West Los Angeles. If you would like to visit Friends of Animals Foundation
please call to reserve an appointment (310) 479-5089. Appointments are available 7 days a week.Other Friends of Animals Foundation kitties featured on LAist include Juliet (adopted) and Bobbyand Sergeant Pepper who are both still looking for a loving home.