They seem an unlikely pair: she’s a gentle princess from uptown and he’s a downtown tomcat with attitude. But they have something in common — something that doesn’t usually bode well for companionship...
Early this year, the manager of the Van Nuys Petsmart reached out to Heaven on Earth seeking an adoption partner for the store. We welcomed the opportunity with open arms and set to work readying the shiny new store’s built-in adoption center for its first residents, who moved in four days before the store officially opened to the public February 29.
Strut Your Mutt isn’t your average dog walk. It’s about saving the lives of homeless pets across the country. That’s why Best Friends partners with local animal welfare groups, national sponsors and passionate individuals like you to walk for a cause.
Heaven on Earth is gearing up for Race for the Rescues 2016! This annual walk/run is one of our favorite events, as it combines our love of fundraising to help more cats with the excitement of a 5k/10k race!
On the heels of last week's Christmas in July blog post, we decided to follow up on a few of our "reindeer kittens." Born last December, the sweet litter of mostly black cats were very popular in the early months of 2016.
She was left at a city shelter two days before Christmas, a pretty young Bengal mix whose sweet disposition stood in stark contrast to the gravity of her medical condition. Mary was suffering from mastitis and her infection was life-threatening.
Winnie came to Heaven on Earth following a Best Friends-sponsored shelter cats adoption event, The aCATemy Awards, in 2011. At 8 years old, black and in need of dental work, Winnie wiggled her way into the hearts of staff and volunteers.
We mean that literally. Because the A/C unit that serves the middle portion of Perry’s Place picked the worst possible time to go on the fritz. It suddenly ground to a halt during this month’s record-breaking heat wave, sending temperatures in our Isolation and Maternity Rooms soaring. […]
Mike and Barbara met Heaven on Earth during an adoption event at PetSmart Tujunga. The couple had recently lost their beloved Z-Boy after 17 years. After a few months had passed, they decided it was time to save a life and welcome a young adult cat into their family.
Kristi Musser does not want to be in the spotlight. She’d rather be anywhere else than sitting in a chair being asked questions. After all, what she does at Perry’s Place is not about her. It’s about the cats. Let me state that again…it's ALL about the cats. It is with great thanks to Kristi that she has taken a moment to talk about her favorite topic.