FOLBA is offering free virtual vet care and an emergency fund of up to $3,000.
We’re excited to announce that during the month of July any dog or cat adopted from City of Long Beach Animal Care Services will get a FREE year of unlimited access to a vet team and a $3,000 pet emergency fund!
This program, through Pawp comes with no deductibles and covers up to 6 family pets and is sponsored by Friends of Long Beach Animals.
Valid for adoptions from Long Beach Animal Care Services from July 1 – July 30, 2022. Restrictions apply. This is a value of $288.
On Saturday May 1st Friends of Long Beach Animals was out at the Los Altos Pet Supplies Plus helping the pet store celebrate their 1 year anniversary.
Along with Long Beach Animal Care Services, FOLBA was meeting members of the community and sharing information about their mission. Some video recording from the Pawz TV crew was also happening and a video of the event is expected to be released soon.
One of the highlights of the event was their new puppy mascot, yet un-named. FOLBA is having a contest to help name the critter and and voting options will be posted soon on social media.
Special thanks to Pet Supplies Plus for hosting and the community for stopping by and giving generous donations to Friends of Long Beach Animals.
What a great time to adopt! Now through the end of this tumultuous year 2020, Friends of Long Beach Animals will be sponsoring the adoption fees from the Long Beach Shelter, Long Beach Animal Care Services.
That means it’s a great time to bring home that cute puppy or mischievous kitty just in time for the holidays!
The public is invited to attend the first annual Long Beach Home for the🎄 Pawlidays 🐾 Pet Adoption Fair! 🐈🐶
SATURDAY 10 AM – 3PM DECEMBER 15, 2019
LONG BEACH CIVIC CENTER 411-415 West Ocean Blvd. Long Beach CA 90802
Attendees will be able to meet more than 100 animals that are available for adoption, take advantage of free microchipping services, buy pet products, and see demonstrations on bottle feeding kittens, cat trapping and other animal care procedures.
The public also can participate in opportunity drawings with the proceeds benefitting Long Beach Animal Care Services and enjoy entertainment such as face-painting.
The event is sponsored by Mayor Robert Garcia with support from Second District Councilmember Jeannine Pearce and is held in collaboration with the Little Lion Foundation, Helen Sanders CatPAWS, and Long Beach Animal Care Services, with support from Stray Cat Alliance, The Cat Cove, Live Love Animal Rescue and others.