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June 12, 2008
Donations sought for cat rescue group Happy Strays Rescue in La Cañada is asking area residents and businesses to support the group with donations for cats and kittens in foster care. This month the rescue is accepting donated items at Petco, 475 Foothill Blvd., near Trader Joe’s. Dry and canned kitten and cat food, cat litter, kitten milk replacement (KMR), jars of meat baby food, diaper wipes and paper towels, and used baby receiving blankets, are welcomed. Donations can be dropped off during the week at Petco and marked for “Happy Strays Rescue,” or delivered to the rescue on Saturdays.
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January 24, 2008
Since Crestview Prep School second grade student Lauren Dundee, 8, was young, she has worked to make a difference for people, animals and our environment. Recently, Lauren collected needed supplies for local charity Happy Strays Rescue. Happy Strays is a nonprofit rescue group for stray and abandoned cats. They work to find permanent, loving and safe homes for the cats they rescue. They also assist low-income seniors with supplies of pet food and spay and neutering assistance.
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August 10, 2006
My name is Murray. I am 3 years old. I was found wandering around Downey covered in tar. I was found and placed in the Downey Animal Shelter. A private rescue group for small dogs took me home, groomed me (I had to be completely shaved because of the tar) and took me to an adoption fair where my new family adopted me. I love my new family. My parents are Shauna and Ken Lehmann of La Crescenta. They have three kids, Hannah, 15; Nathan, 11; and Chloe, 3. We love to play fetch, go on walks and snuggle.
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By James Yoskowitz | August 10, 2006
When Katrina hit the Gulf Coast the news showed how badly it affected people and their animals. I knew right away I was going to go help with the animal rescue effort. The first night I slept on the floor of the airport. Little did I know that it was going to be the best night's sleep I would have for the next two weeks. Over the next two weeks I worked day and night trapping pets that were lost due to the storm. I saw more devastation than I could have ever imagined. Miles and miles of nothingness surrounded me. I met people who lost literally everything, their home, job, cars, pets and all of their personal belongings.
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April 1, 2010
Intolerance doesn?t belong in La Cañada I am deeply saddened that Dr. Sahi and his family have been targeted with hateful and bigoted behavior at their home in La Cañada. Intolerance has no place in our community. I hope our city government and sheriffs will improve protection for this family. Janice Partyka ? Vast majority would be disgusted I was surprised and disgusted to read Dr. Baljeet S. Salhi?s letter to the editor last week because I despair when I hear of such back-woods cretinism still going on in our tolerant country.
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June 12, 2008
Donations sought for cat rescue group Happy Strays Rescue in La Cañada is asking area residents and businesses to support the group with donations for cats and kittens in foster care. This month the rescue is accepting donated items at Petco, 475 Foothill Blvd., near Trader Joe’s. Dry and canned kitten and cat food, cat litter, kitten milk replacement (KMR), jars of meat baby food, diaper wipes and paper towels, and used baby receiving blankets, are welcomed. Donations can be dropped off during the week at Petco and marked for “Happy Strays Rescue,” or delivered to the rescue on Saturdays.
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