Little Blessings Pet Rescue

Rescue and Adoption of Abandoned Pets


Welcome to a Southern CA shelter where dogs are waiting their turn to be killed.  These dogs know what they are facing. They can smell death in the air.  They are killed because some human did not care, nor saw their value.  They were shown no love, no concern.  They lived their last days abandoned in a dirty, over crowded, loud, scarey cage.  They were killed not for anything bad they had done.  They were killed to make room, because they needed antibiotics, because they were terrified.  How can this be happening in the USA?  Why are we allowing this to happen? Something must be done!  These are not shelters, they are death camps and the world needs to come to their rescue!


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My Visit to the California Kill Shelters

Posted on January 29, 2015 at 6:40 PM Comments comments (2)

I am one day back from visiting the San Bernardino Shelter and the Downey Shelter. I have mostly done this work from a far meeting the pups as they arrive in Seattle. The impact of being at the shelters walking through the vast old and worn down cages is still sinking in. I think I am in shock. I had heard the horror stories, but what I witnessed first hand was at times hopeful and at others appalling. Yet, what I saw was mostly tragic and apathy. I can only describe this as something that on...

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Why We Choose to Rescue From San Bernardino and Other LA Shelters

Posted on October 3, 2013 at 8:30 PM Comments comments (0)

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Fired worker crusades for reform at San Bernardino city animal shelter SAN BERNARDINO: Even the city facility’s director agrees and says “we just don’t do a very good job.” By JANET ZIMMERMAN The Press-Enterprise Dog lover Lori Routh was troubled by the sick pups and poor conditions she witnessed at the San Bernardino city animal shelter where she worked. As a volunteer, then employee, she often used her own money for dog food when s...

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