We Love Our Fosters! Wanna Be One?

To “foster” means “to give parental care to” or “to promote the growth or development of”, according to Merriam-Webster.  For a rescue organization, having someone able to foster means the difference between saying “yes” or “no” to a dog in need.  For that dog in...

Out with 2018 and In With 2019- Letter from LCAL

Letter from the Board – Out with 2018, In with 2019! We want to start out this year by saying “THANK YOU” to all of our LCAL supporters and donors!  It is because of you we were able to reach our 2018 Holiday Matching Fund goal of $20,000.   The monies raised through...

Volunteer Spotlight – Leyla

                Helping with events, fundraising, fostering, photographing the dogs, helping with social media posts, walking dogs…..these are but a few of the things that Leyla Franco does as a volunteer for Last Chance at Life. Leyla started volunteering for LCAL...

Volunteer Spotlight – Cindy

                  We couldn’t accomplish what we do if it weren’t for our volunteers.  They are the grease that keeps the wheel moving and we are so grateful for the time and effort they give each and every day.  We want to use our newsletter as an opportunity to...

The Wasco Six – A Rescue Story

We call them The Wasco Six.  It started when the LCAL board members received a text from a long-time dedicated volunteer talking about dogs being euthanized due to space at the Wasco Animal Shelter.  Our volunteer heard about the plight of these dogs from a friend of...

From the Beginning – Tip Series for New Pet Owners

FROM THE BEGINNING – Bringing Your New Furry Friend Home You just pulled into your drive with your new rescue pup in the car…now, what to do?  Maybe it has been a few years since you brought a new dog into your home.  Or maybe the last dog you adopted acted like...

Feeling Grateful – Letter from LCAL

Giving Thanks!  November has arrived, and Thanksgiving will soon be here.  As I started to write a few things down about what we here at LCAL are thankful for, the word ‘thanks’ just didn’t seem enough. I mean I say thanks to whoever holds a door open for me without...

Serra

Meet Serra, the newest LCAL recruit. She is an 8 year old, spayed, 52 lb., Australian Cattle Dog/Blue Heeler. Her owner has passed away and she found herself at risk of euthanasia due to her medical needs. LCAL to the rescue! We obtained her vet records and saw she...

Cody

Meet Cody! This handsome hunk tips the scales at just under 100 pounds and is right around 4 years old. He would be best with no children and somebody that understands that hugs and kisses make him very uncomfortable. He needs a leader so he does not have to make the...
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