Friday, February 24, 2017

West Los Angeles: GOOD NEWS! RE:Still Urgent! Abandoned and Imprisoned! Beverly A1679356 the friendly little RUSSIAN BLUE Cat at Kill Shelter 21 DAYS!

It was dramatic down to the last minute but BEVERLY HAS LEFT THE BUILDING! Bravo to Jason and everyone who helped her get rescued. She is with Serenity Rescue and will be available for adoption in due course.
2/21 POST

Beverly has a fresh, new, short video today. You can view below or by clicking the YouTube link:
Please adopt, rescue, foster or network for Beverly. She is wonderful and URGENT. Thank you!

2/19 POST

Abandonment is a crime in all states.

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From: "Cindy Paul" <>
Date: Feb 18, 2017 8:39 PM
Subject: Urgent_Beverly the Kitty_RUSSIAN BLUE at West LA Shelter_A1679356
To: "Cindy Paul" <>

If you can help this gorgeous Russian Blue Beverly A1679356, please contact Emma below, or the West LA Shelter: 310.207.3156. Check out the video, she's a friendly little sweetheart!!

Please rescue, adopt, foster or share for Beverly!

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From: <>
Date: Fri, Feb 17, 2017 at 7:07 PM
Subject: Urgent_Beverly the Kitty_West LA Shelter_A1679356
Hi all.  Beverly the Russian Blue kitty can use all the help she can get.  I've attached a video below, flyer, shelter card, and two photos for people to share if possible.  She was found in Century City in my residential community.  I was contacted by a very concerned neighbor that wants to find this gorgeous, sweet cat a loving home. She seems to have been someone's kitty and abandoned in our area when they moved.  She was spotted in the same areas for several days and crying at night.  He trapped her and brought her to West LA.  They treated Beverly with antibiotics (which have worked), spayed her, and then released her to the cattery.  The neighbor visits as much as possible at the shelter and she seemed to be getting calmer after so much disruption in her life.  Then, the shelter put a behavior mark on her card.  He asked to play with her in the interaction room, and was told she would just run under the bench. Watch the video and see for yourself.  The shelter environment has her scared -- but she allows my neighbor to pat and scratch her chin.  We would appreciate any networking possible. 

Thank you all so much,