Found Animals Sponsors Over 1000 Adoptions During ‘Twelve Pets of Christmas’ Promotion

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Only 250 more to go to meet 1250 goal by December 23

Found Animals Foundation, the Los Angeles-based animal welfare organization, today announced that it has helped sponsor over 1000 animal adoptions since the launch of its region-wide discount pet adoption program, ‘Twelve Pets of Christmas.’ The program, which began on December 1st and runs through December 23rd, 2012, highlights 12 categories of pets that are often overlooked in shelters. The goal is to find forever homes for 1250 animals, giving the public just two more days to save money on these pets and help the organization meet its goal.

The ‘Twelve Pets of Christmas’ promotion include animals in the following categories: adult cats, big dogs (over 40 lbs.), black pets, Pit Bull type breeds, medical needs, senior pets, overweight pets, bonded pairs, shy pets, adult Chihuahua / Chihuahua mixes (excluding puppies), only pets and exotics (birds, reptiles, etc.).

Discounts on the already low pet adoption fees during the promotion are $30 off for cats, $40 off for dogs and 50% off exotics (up to $40). Discounts are available by printing a coupon from and bringing it into a participating shelter.

In addition to the Found Animals sponsored Adopt & Shop location in Lakewood, the 18 shelter locations offering the discount include: Agoura, Baldwin Park, Carson, Castaic, Downey, Lancaster, North Central, South Los Angeles, West Los Angeles, Best Friends Animal Society Los Angeles, East Valley, West Valley, Harbor, Long Beach Animal Care Services, AV Pet Stop, spcaLA, spcaLA South Bay Pet Adoption Center and the SEAACA/Cat Adoption Center.

For more information, or to print a coupon, please see

For more info please contact Teresa Buyikian at (213) 925-8188.


About Found Animals
Found Animals Foundation is a privately funded nonprofit organization dedicated to animal welfare issues. Led by business and medical professionals, the Foundation works directly within the animal welfare community to reduce the use of euthanasia in shelters by supporting programs including: pet adoption, spay/neuter services, pet identification, and sterilization research. For more information, please see

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