Time Out Los Angeles
By Michael Juliano
We would adopt all of the city’s homeless animals if our one-bedroom apartments and landlords would allow it. Alas, the best we can aim for is a three-dog, five-cat household (per L.A.’s legal limit). But one local philanthropist is doing her part as many of L.A.’s homeless animals a second chance as possible—and doing it with style.
The two-story, 30,000-square-foot Wallis Annenberg PetSpace is slated to open next summer in Playa Vista. The high-tech Silicon Beach complex will be much more than just an adoption center, with spaces for educational classes and training workshops as well as a full-fledged research facility. Between 25 and 30 full-time employees will care for the resident animals, with room for volunteers as well.
Read more at https://www.timeout.com/los-angeles/blog/wallis-annenberg-petspace-a-super-high-tech-pet-adoption-center-is-coming-to-playa-vista-111816
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