Join us May 19-20 (Saturday and Sunday) for NKLA' SUPER ADOPTION!
We will be there with all of our fart toys in hand! More importantly, over 1000+ dogs and cats will be looking for their furever homes. Located in Woodland Hills (Greater Los Angeles Area).
SUPER ADOPTION DETAILS
• Meet 1,000+ adoptable dogs, cats, puppies and kittens from NKLA Coalition partners, including LA Animal Services.
• All pets are spayed or neutered, vaccinated and microchipped.
• Free admission
• Adopters will receive pet goodies, while supplies last.
• Family-friendly event with L.A.’s most popular food trucks + vendors offering an array of pet-related products.
Warner Park in Woodland Hills
5800 Topanga Canyon Blvd
Woodland Hills, CA 91367
What to expect:
Expect to have a lot of fun and to meet hundreds of adorable, adoptable animals. Each participating rescue group and shelter at the event has its own adoption application, interview process and adoption fee structure. Adoption fees help cover costs such as spay/neuter, vaccinations and other medical needs. Please note that all participating shelters and many of the participating rescue groups offer same-day adoptions, but some groups require home checks as part of the application process. Potential adopters should come prepared with a valid form of identification and payment. If you’re a renter, it’s a good idea to have a letter from your landlord stating that you are allowed to have a pet. Well-behaved dogs are welcome (except in the cat tent), on a fixed leash and under adult control. We'll have designated meet-and-greet areas and staff to assist with introductions.
To volunteer, email volunteerLA@bestfriends.org or visit volunteers.bestfriends.org
Particpating Rescues and Shelters bringing adoptable dogs - (coming soon!)
Particpating Rescues and Shelters bringing adoptable cats and kittens - (coming soon!)
Adopt your new best friend and save a life. Thank you for joining us to help make L.A. a no-kill city!
SAVE THEM ALL®
Can you imagine an America where no pet is killed in a shelter again simply for being unwanted? We can. Led by Best Friends Animal Society, the NKLA initiative is poised to serve as a model for how the entire nation can become no-kill, with no pet ever having to die in a shelter again simply because they do not have a home. Since the launch of NKLA in 2012, the number of pets being killed in L.A. city shelters has decreased by 82%. Join us. Together, we can Save Them All®.