SHOP PAWADISE - Pawadise Pet Rescue

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We work in partnership with Metro Animal Care and Control (MACC) to rescue abandoned animals and place them in loving homes. We pull dogs and cats from MACC’s shelter, freeing up much needed space in their facility, and bring them to our Crossroads Pets- Shop & Adopt store, where we provide shelter, food, training, and, of course, lots of love while they await their forever family. If you are looking for a new furry family member, please – you’re bound to fall in love!
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Yvette Berke, left, and Debrah Regal, are the co-founders of Petopia Animal Rescue in Woodland Hills. A court has rejected a city zoning decision that allowed the shop to operate in a commercial mall. Madewell Shop for Pets - Twin Cities Pet Rescue
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Yvette Berke, left, and Debrah Regal, are the co-founders of Petopia Animal Rescue in Woodland Hills. A court has rejected a city zoning decision that allowed the shop to operate in a commercial mall.Petopia, which finds homes for rescued cats among the shoppers meandering a Woodland Hills mall, has to relocate to an industrial zone because of a court decision that went against Los Angeles.Instead, they said, such shops could offer up rescued pets from humane groups or city shelters, sparing them from being put to death if they weren't adopted. Banning pets from commercial breeders was meant to encourage the rise of centers such as Petopia Animal Rescue, a nonprofit-run shop that tries to coax shoppers to take home a feline friend from its storefront in a Woodland Hills mall.Now at least two rescue centers, including Petopia, say they are struggling to find suitable space in Los Angeles. Unless they get special permission to operate in commercial zones—a process that city officials say can be long and costly—the only places they can seek space in Los Angeles are in industrial areas dotted with recycling centers and tire shops.Petopia, which finds homes for rescued cats among the shoppers meandering a Woodland Hills mall, has to relocate to an industrial zone because of a court decision that went against Los Angeles.Shelter Hope Pet Shop Sacramento (SHPS Sac) is a not-for-profit, charitable, volunteer-based organization devoted to: aiding in and facilitating shelter and rescue pet adoptions; promoting education and awareness within the communities we serve; and making a positive impact in the lives of shelter and rescue animals and their adopters, as well as local shelters.Shop Where Your Purchase Helps Support Rescue!
Shop for dog-related apparel at Big Pile of Dog Shirts and 10% of the proceeds go to benefit rescue. Look for Special Pets Rescue in the drop-down list on the Choose a Rescue Page, and shop for shirts while helping SPR!Attorney Robert P. Silverstein, who went up against the city in the Hollywood planning cases, was not involved in the lawsuit over the pet shops. But Silverstein said the legal saga over shops like Petopia reflects a broader weakness in how city government operates — that "often the city gets in trouble because it ignores the law to reach a desired result."