LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – LA Animal Services is opening a third pet pantry at the North Central Animal Services Center on Sunday.
The new pantry will be located at 3201 Lacy Street and will provide low-income pet owners with wet and dry dog or cat food.
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“At LA Animal Services, we believe the best place for pets is with the families who love them, even in tough times,” LA Animal Services general manager Dana Brown said in a statement. “The sustainability of the Pet Food Pantry is made possible through donations, both from individuals and families in our community, to animal welfare organizations, which allow us to provide this resource to keep families and their pets together. . “
Households are limited to food for a maximum of three cats and / or dogs.
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The other two pantries are the Chesterfield Square Animal Services Center located at 1850 W. 60th St. in South Los Angeles and the East Valley Animal Services Center located at 14409 Vanowen St. in Van Nuys.
The pantries are open from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday. Appointments are compulsory.
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