Animal shelter comes through in recent fire crisis



Responding to June Slayton, who took issue with the way the Agoura Shelter and L.A. County Animal Control Center handled the Malibu fire, I submit the following:
The day the fire started, LACACC employees and volunteers worked around the clock and were available to help with intakes.
The shelter took in more than 36 animals from a boarding kennel in Malibu that had to evacuate. The shelter's large outdoor pens were used to house, feed and exercise these dogs for several...

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