As the campus of Long Beach State continues to remain practically empty, wildlife once known for their friendliness are reverting to be more wary of humans.
Offering medical and mental support, these furry friends assist their owners as they attend classes at Long Beach State.
The Mammal Lab’s survey asks pet owners to answer questions about their experiences with coyotes. Over 1,200 submissions have been received so far, and it will run through the fall semester.
On the corner of a busy Los Angeles intersection, dogs barked, tugged at leashes, nuzzled against potential adopters or just lazily languished in the warm sun. The lush greenery at Moorpark in Studio City served as the backdrop for the Great Escape, a pet adoption drive, held on Sunday. Animals[Read More…]