I've been a volunteer at Friends of Animals Foundation, which is a no kill rescue and shelter located in West L.A., for about a year and I can say they have really wonderful dogs AND cats available for adoption. They usually have between 60 and 70 dogs to choose from, sometimes even more cats (esp. during kitten season!) They have all different kinds of dogs, from tiny Chihuahuas to Rottweilers, German Shepherds, really sweet Pit mixes -- they don't discriminate, which is great. As for cats, they have kittens all the way up to really gentle, lovely senior cats. They're careful about who they adopt to, which you want in a reputable rescue. They interview you, and if you have kids or dogs they want everybody to meet to make sure everybody gets along. The woman who runs it has been rescuing and placing animals for decades and it's really great to be part of helping her work. (It's a great volunteer opportunity!) If you're thinking about adopting a new family member, giving a special animal a great life, I can't recommend Friends of Animals Foundation highly enough! You can see current cats and dogs available for adoption at www.friendsofanimalsfoundation.org
I like coming here because it's just down the street from where I live. They got a whole range of dog food selection. I always buy blue buffalo dog …
12910 Yukon AveHawthorne, CA 90250
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This place is great! All different kinds/breeds of dogs available, plus beautiful cats. I visited the cat area a couple of times, but ended up adopting my dog there first...I'll get that cat soon (: Anyway, the adoption process was pretty easy, they showed me as many dogs as I needed to see, they knew so much about each individual dog's personality and background, and they delivered the dog to my house. They checked it out to make sure everything was safe, including my yard, which showed me how much they cared. They didn't just want to place the dog and be done, they wanted to make sure everything was going to be perfect for her. These are very nice people doing a hard job and I admire their dedication to each individual animal very much.