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Adopt-a-Pet: East Valley shelter

September 17, 2008 | 10:15 am

Friends, today we've found a veritable goldmine of adoptable pets (from cats and dogs to turtles and lizards to parakeets -- and even a peacock) in L.A.'s East Valley shelter...


This adorable character, above, is Henry (ID No. A0979277).  Those pleading brown eyes!  Those roguish whiskers!  He's listed as a 3-year-old unneutered terrier mix. 


This is Goober (ID No. A0863384).  He's a neutered male American shorthair who's about 6 years old.  Might we suggest that, should you adopt Goober, you give this dignified-looking kitty a more dignified name?

More after the jump.


Reilly, above, is listed as an unneutered male Cardigan Welsh Corgi mix (and we're willing to bet there are at least a few other breeds thrown in for good measure -- let's just call him an All-American Mutt).  He's about 2 years old and he sure looks like a character.  Reilly is ID No. A0977423.

All these great pets (and many more) are available at the East Valley Animal Care Center, located at 14409 Vanowen Street in Van Nuys.  You can inquire further about any of the animals listed here by calling 888-4LAPET1 with the ID numbers listed here. 

--Lindsay Barnett

Photos: Los Angeles Department of Animal Services

P.S.  Just to prove we weren't kidding about the peacock...


(He's ID No. A0978460 if you're interested.)

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