After Canamore passed away in August, his beloved dogs were taken to Oakland Animal Services. The shelter is desperate to find them a new home.
Oakland Animal Services is worried about overcrowding—and the need to euthanize—when the eviction moratorium ends this month. Helping might be easier than you think.
The pet hospital’s corporate owner gave less than 24 hours’ notice before the shutdown.
Oakland Animal Services reports that the numbers of dogs being put down are at historic lows.
Groups like OAS, Hopalong, Cat Town, and PALS East Bay worked with foster, volunteers and each other to find homes for animal companions.