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Foster a Pet for the Fourth of July, Volunteers Urgently Needed

We’re asking for your help. Every year around the Fourth of July,  LA Animal Services Centers fill beyond capacity with terrified, lost pets. In 2017, our six LA City animal shelters took in a combined total of 823 dogs and cats from July 2 to July 6. The loud sounds of July 4th fireworks frighten dogs and cats. If they get out of the house or yard, they run in fear. Then these frightened dogs and cats can’t find their way home and end up at our shelters.

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