The Los Angeles County Animal Care and Control department is asking people to delay surrendering their pets, foster found pets instead of bringing them to a shelter and hold off on bringing in trapped stray cats that appear healthy. Animal control officers will continue responding to public safety and animal welfare calls and deferring action on less urgent calls.
Los Angeles County asks public not to surrender pets yet
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