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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.
NEWS
February 16, 2006
A public hearing on the County's proposed dog breeding and spaying / neutering ordinance for specific breeds of dogs will be held at the Board of Supervisors meeting on Feb. 21, it was announce by Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich's office. Prepared by the Department of Animal Care and Control, County Counsel and Chief Administrative Officer, the ordinance aims to reduce dog attacks through breeding restrictions and mandatory spay/neuter programs of pit bulls and Rottweiler breeds -- with stiff penalties imposed for noncompliance.
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By Walter Campbell | July 24, 2008
Some are abandoned, some are relinquished, some are born wild, some are dumped, some are waiting on death row, and some are found rolling down the street on skateboards, but no matter how a cat gets to the Happy Strays Cat Rescue in La Cañada, they all have one thing in common: they need a home. This nonprofit organization holds adoptions weekly at the Petco on Foothill at Gould Avenue from 11 am to 3:30 p.m. This past Saturday there was everything from the adorable 2-week-old kittens found riding on the edge of a boy?
NEWS
May 18, 2006
Dog owners will have a 90-day grace period to comply with the Los Angeles County's new spay-neuter ordinance, after it goes into effect in June. The Board of Supervisors approved the ordinance on second reading. Supervisor Mike Antonovich, who originated the measure, asked that staff send information on it to all incorporated cities in the county, including La Cañada Flintridge. The ordinance began as an effort to control the breeding of pit bulls and Rottweilers, but was amended to cover all breeds at the suggestion of county counsel.
FEATURES
October 29, 2009
LCF Fall Mixer Potluck Nov. 14 The La Cañada Newcomers Club , open to new area residents as well as longtime La Cañadans who would like to meet new neighbors and make new friends, will host a Fall Mixer potluck dinner party at the home of Vacit and Sheila Arat on Saturday, Nov. 14, at 7 p.m. Guests bring a food item and beverage to share. Upon RSVP the address for the event and what food item to bring (appetizer, entrée or dessert) will be replied to you. Reservations are due by Nov. 10 and can be made via e-mail to lcfnewcomers@yahoo.
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | December 24, 2010
Jan Magnusson opened her door one day to find a kitten sitting on her door step. The cat, now named Munchkin, had an eye infection and was in serious need of medical attention. Luckily, Munchkin had found its way to the right place. Indeed, it's not uncommon for cats to come under the care of Magnusson, the founder of Happy Strays Cat Rescue, a not-for-profit organization. "We take in stray and abandoned cats, mostly kittens, that people don't want anymore. We provide medical care for the cats that need it, that's why we're a little bit short right now," said Magnusson, whose organization has facilitated 984 cat adoptions since its founding in 2006, including 185 this year.
NEWS
By Ruth Longoria | February 7, 2008
A recent newspaper ad in the Valley Sun began: “Found cat /cast on leg.” The feline was found nearly three months ago at La Cañada High School, according to the ad; however, calls to the number listed with the ad were never returned. “Purrhaps” the cat has been returned to its rightful owner. But, many other cats and dogs around the area — some injured or mistreated — are still waiting in local pet shelters or foster homes for someone to claim them.
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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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February 16, 2006
A public hearing on the County's proposed dog breeding and spaying / neutering ordinance for specific breeds of dogs will be held at the Board of Supervisors meeting on Feb. 21, it was announce by Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich's office. Prepared by the Department of Animal Care and Control, County Counsel and Chief Administrative Officer, the ordinance aims to reduce dog attacks through breeding restrictions and mandatory spay/neuter programs of pit bulls and Rottweiler breeds -- with stiff penalties imposed for noncompliance.
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