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Call the Animal Assistance Hotline at:

(310) 392-5153 ext. 1

or email us at 

info@vftafoundation.org

 

Our 24-hour Animal Assistance Hotline receives thousands of calls each year. VFTA staff return every call, providing information on:

  • Low-cost spay-neuter clinics: Click here to find one near you!
  • Low-cost vaccination clinics
  • Feral cats
  • Dog trainers and animal behaviorists
  • How to find a lost pet
  • Wildlife assistance
  • And so much more! No question is too small or big for us.

The purpose of the Animal Assistance Hotline is to provide information and resources to the public in order to help any animal in need.

OUR DEEPEST APPRECIATION GOES TO THE FOUND ANIMALS FOUNDATION FOR THEIR SUPPORT TO THIS VITAL SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY.

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In Their Own Words: Hotline Testimonials

 

"The purpose of this letter is to praise Voice For The Animals for the manner in which they respond for help and assistance from the public.  I contacted them in regards to a cat that I feed who is homeless.  My neighbor had taken him to Harbor Animal Shelter after he got stuck in my gate.  When I went to the Shelter,  they would not let me take him out.  I knew there was a death sentence hanging over him. The next day, I sent an e-mail about my situation, I heard from Debbie Wood.  Promptly, she went into action. Within several hours, everything had been arranged for me to get this cat out of danger.  When there was a need to re-program the event, it was done in a patient and positive manner.  On Wednesday, the 30 of September, I was able to successfully get “Honey Lemon"-granddaughter’s  name- out of peril.  Debbie Wood has excellent communications skills along with good organizational tactics.  Everything went like clockwork.  


I am impressed by your organization and the people involved.  You contribution to animal well-being is awesome.

Yours truly, 
Susan Fein
  
“Due to the economy and our having to downsize to an apartment that does not allow pets, Tony, our 8 year old rescued cat needed a new home and continued love. After close to a year, four counties, 20 phone calls to shelters, exhausting all our neighborhood, friends, and family contacts, Santa Monica Animal Shelter led us to Voice For the Animals Foundation’s Hotline.”
  
- Harry and Sherry, Santa Monica, CA

Stopping Cruelty • Creating Compassion