Santa brought belly and hope to a California animal center – NBC Los Angeles


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Helen Woodward Animal Center

“We wish all of our furry friends a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year in their new homes forever and thank Santa for understanding the importance of rescue,” the Helen Woodward Animal Center said in a statement December 24.

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“Very early in the morning of Christmas Eve, when the sky was still dark, employees at the Helen Woodward Animal Center Adoption Center received an emergency call. A deep-voiced man on the opposite line requested a visit. morning to find items on her Christmas wish list, ”the center said.

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“It was extremely early,” said LaBeth Thompson, head of pet adoption. “Normally we can’t accommodate these kinds of special requests, but we could hear background bells and the growls of a large group of reindeer. We said okay and next thing we found out , a sled stopped. ”

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“I actually specialize in toys,” explained Santa. “Pets are a big responsibility and the whole family should be involved in the decision to bring home a new furry family member. This year, however, I have received more pet requests. than ever before Then the letters started coming from parents In all fairness, I think parents need the joy that pets bring as much as children do.

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Santa’s eyes twinkled as he encountered several orphaned pets to find the best one for every request, including an active young dog who loves to explore, a playful kitten who is happy growing up in a small house. town and a smaller couch potato puppy who loves cuddles. ”

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Warmly, Santa stressed the importance of finding homes for orphaned pets that deserve the gift of a loving home just as good girls and boys deserve the love of a pet.

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“Dogs and cats are as close as ever to Christmas angels,” said Santa. “They impart unconditional affection and dedication. Uniting loving families with these beautiful creatures is a gift that lasts a lifetime.”

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Follow the Helen Woodward Animal Center to find out more about their adoption and fundraising events, or contact a rescue group in your neighborhood, to see if they have any needs for supplies, a call for volunteers or, yes. , loving animals that need homes.


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