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Zappos Black Friday adoption event: A door-buster for sure!

Results are in: More than 6,200 pets adopted as a result of Zappos adoption promotion over Black Friday weekend!

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Best Friends SoCal shelter transport program comes to an end

Thanks to other transport partners in L.A. County, Best Friends’ Pup My Ride program set to retire, so resources can be devoted to NKLA initiative.

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Courage to spare

Join us in celebrating Mark Dodge, who perseveres against adversity and continues championing on behalf of community cats and homeless animals of Los Angeles.

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Come and get ’em while they last!

Please join us at our Pet Super Adoption events, featuring hundreds of cats and dogs, coming up in New York City, Salt Lake City, and Los Angeles.

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160,000 animals saved during 2014: Best Friends’ 30th anniversary year

As 2014 and Best Friends’ 30 year anniversary draws to a close, Bela’s arrival is just the latest among many year-end highlights in our effort to Save Them All.

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Records break in Los Angeles: Historic, all-time low in annual shelter deaths recorded

Huge strides are made in the effort to make L.A. no-kill, thanks to the combined efforts of all the NKLA Coalition partners.

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Scaring people away from rescue adoptions

In order to Save Them All, rescues need to overcome a reputation of making it difficult to adopt homeless animals.

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How are we doing?

As a mission-driven organization, tracking our progress with detailed metrics serves to keep us on track and make us accountable to donors.

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California shelter bill pulled amid controversy

Amid controversy, California AB 2343, which would have updated te Hayden Act, was tabled.

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Benchmark results from Los Angeles point to bright future for no-kill

The NKLA initiative of Best Friends Animal Society launched at the beginning of 2012. Shelter deaths in Los Angeles have been cut nearly in half in just two years.

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