Found in a shelter with a severely damaged eye, he was given the very minimum dose of pain killers while waiting for his turn to be euthanized. LAP heard about his case and he was pulled from the shelter. While in surgery an infection was discovered. Pirates eye couldn’t be saved. He remained with LAP during his recovery adding more time to his life in a cage. When Pirate finally found a foster home he hid in the closet for 4 days only coming out to eat in the dark of night. Almost a week after arriving Pirate began to bond with his foster family. He played, purred, and was extremely affectionate. Finally, it was time to find Pirate a home. Afraid the transition would send him back into hiding, his new owner got prepared with his favorite treats and toys. Luckily, Pirate’s transition was flawless. He is now in a very loving home enjoying life as a healthy one-eyed cat.
Agoura Hills Non-Profit Treating Dogs Rescued From La Tuna Fire
Little Angels Project, a non-profit organization in Agoura Hills, is treating 19 dogs that were rescued from the La Tuna Fire. Kareen Wynter reports for the KTLA 5 News at 10 on September 6, 2017.
Pierce College in Woodland Hills, Calif., canceled classes and opened their doors to people and animals seeking safety and shelter.
California residents describe loss, harrowing escapes from deadly wildfires.
The Little Angels Project works tirelessly to provide free medical care to all animals affected by the Woolsey Fire. Here is the story featuring a German Shepherd found stuck in a fence in Malibu that had been running from the fires for 48 hours.
A firsthand look at the Woolsey and Hill fires in Southern California, and the veterinary heroes who helped save all creatures great and small from its damage.