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Featured Pet – Jackie

We are thrilled to introduce Jackie as our featured pet! This beautiful lady came to us after being rescued from an LA County Shelter where she was picked up as a stray. Once she gets to know you, Jackie is a loving companion who enjoys interactive playtime as well as giving and receiving affection. By opening your heart and home to Jackie, you’ll gain a loyal and furry companion for life.

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Thank You to the Hyla Marrow Trust!

We’re thrilled to announce that Peter Zippi Memorial Fund has received another grant from the Hyla Marrow Trust for 2024! This incredible support enables us to co-sponsor our monthly spay-neuter events for Cats Only and expand our spay-neuter voucher budget. Thanks to this generous grant, we’ve updated our voucher page to accommodate more cats in need. But the impact doesn’t stop there! Let us tell you a little about the amazing Hyla Marrow, whose legacy continues to make a difference in the lives of homeless cats. Hyla Marrow was an extraordinary individual, born in 1950, who led an inspiring life as a gymnast, dancer, stuntwoman, and actress in over 80 films. She was also a successful day-trader and, above all, a passionate cat lover. Before her passing in 2016, Hyla created a Trust dedicated to helping homeless cats receive medical care and find forever homes. We’re deeply grateful to the Hyla Marrow Trust for their unwavering support of our mission.

Fosters Wanted

Are you ready to open up your heart and your home? Prepare a cat or kittens for home life while freeing up shelter space to help even more fabulous felines. You provide a little space and a lot of love. We provide the rest! The biggest benefit is pride in knowing that you helped save furry lives. We have various opportunities available, from seniors to newborns, that allow for all levels of experience.

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Why Spaying and Neutering Matters:

In addition to benefitting your pet, you also benefit your community.

Curb Pet Homelessness

Promote Responsible pet Ownership

Reduce Strain on Rescue Organizations and Shelters

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