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Who We Are
Pedro Pet Palsis a non-profit organization opperated by a dedicated team of volunteers. Our mission is to support the homeless animals of the South Bay.

We work to save lives and enhance animal wel­ fare through our own direct initiatives and by collaborating with other groups and organizations.

All of the funds we raise are committed to sup­ port the animals. We are proud and grateful for the many sources of funding we receive through­ out the year from members of our Community and fundraising events we organize.

Please visit us on Facebook for regular up­ dates and visit if you would like to join us or make a donation.

Our Initiatives
Fund free or subsidized spay/neuter surgery, vacc1nat1ons and microchips.

Supply toys, blankets, scratching posts, beds, leashes, collars, harnesses and other items for shelter animals waiting for adoption.

Donate medical equipment and supplies requested by shelter staff or veterinarians.

Pay impound fees for release of owned pets when there are financial limitations.

Provide financial assistance to adopters of pets with medical needs to help with veterinary costs.

Deliver emergency pet food and veterinary supplies during natural disasters.

Collaborate with our community partners to provide resources for animals in the South Bay in order to enhance animal welfare and reduce euthanasia.

Support adoptions of homeless animals using our Mobile Adoption Bus which brings shelter and foster animals into the Community to help them find their forever homes.

How We Help
Cats We purchase vet-requested, prescription food for shelter cats requiring special diets. Pedro Pet Pals also partners with other groups to find homes for cats with medical needs. We fund spay/neuter surgeries, vaccinations and basic testing for community cats. Humane traps and crates are provided for transport. Ongoing edu­cational materials, workshops and classes are provided at our local shelters.

Kittens are the most euthanized animals in the shelter system. Fostering helps save lives. We support the Kitten Foster Progarm at Los Angeles Harbor Animal Shelter by providing food, sup­ plies, classes and training for foster families.

Dogs Population control is a major objective for Pedro Pet Pals. Spay/neuter of Pitbulls and other overly represented breeds in the shelters is a critical initiative. We actively network shelter dogs to find forever homes and have partnered with other groups to relocate dogs to areas where there are greater chances for adoption. We help with obe­dience and behavior training and veterinary care for families in need.

Birds Rescue and fostering of exotic and domes­ tic birds prior to adoption.

Rabbits These are the third most surrendered pets in shelters. We furnish supplies necessary for their health, comfort and safety.

Marine Mammals The Marine Mammal Care Center provides year-round care for the rehabili­tation of seals and sea lions. We deliver food for the animals and give financial assistance for the operation of this important community resource.
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395 W 7th St
San Pedro, CA 90731
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