The County of Los Angeles Department of Animal Care and Control will join Los Angeles television stations NBC4 and Telemundo 52 in a “Clear the Shelter” pet adoption campaign on Saturday, Aug. 17, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
DACC’s seven animal care centers will offer $20 pet adoption fees for dogs and cats and $5 adoption fees for rabbits.
“Many thanks to NBC and Telemundo for helping our homeless pets find forever homes,” said DACC Director Marcia Mayeda.
DACC’s seven animal care centers are located below:
• Castaic – 31044 North Charlie Canyon Road, Castaic 91384
• Agoura – 29525 Agoura Road, Agoura 91301
• Baldwin Park – 4275 North Elton Street, Baldwin Park 91706
• Carson/Gardena – 216 W. Victoria Street, Gardena 90248
• Downey – 11258 South Garfield Avenue, Downey 90242
• Lancaster – 5210 West Avenue I, Lancaster 93536
• Palmdale – 38550 Sierra Highway, Palmdale 93550
To learn more about the Department of Animal Care and Control and the “Clear the Shelters” pet adoption campaign, contact or visit the animal care centers.
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