The Robert H. Lorsch Foundation Supports Spay Neuter Clinic for Shelter Hope Pet Shop January 17 in Thousand Oaks
LOS ANGELES , CA, USA, January 6, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Robert H. Lorsch Foundation Supports Spay Neuter Clinic for
Shelter Hope Pet Shop January 17 in Thousand Oaks
Hosted by Emmy Winner Kira Reed Lorsch & Kim Sill
Who: Kira Reed Lorsch, Kim Sill
When: January 17, 2021 from 7:30 am-2pm.
Where: Janss Marketplace in Thousand Oaks 275 N. Moorpark Rd East, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
What: Outdoor, social distancing, mobile spay neuter for cats
Since the government shut down due to the Covid-19 pandemic in March 2020, the non-profit dog rescue and rehoming organization Shelter Hope Pet Shop has also become a cat sanctuary, taking in over 500 cats and kittens. Kim Sill, founder of Shelter Hope Pet Shop says: “It’s an overwhelming time for everyone including cats. Our dog rescue has been operating at full captivity but now we have become a cat rescue too.”
Kira Reed Lorsch of The Robert H. Lorsch Foundation reached out to Shelter Hope Pet Shop after hearing about the cats and asked how they could help. “We have supported Shelter Hope over the years and Kim’s mission to save dogs and find them forever homes. My dog Missy is from her shop in Thousand Oaks. After the closing of local shelters and spay neuter services, Los Angeles, and surrounding communities are simply over run. Having fixed many ferals and adopted cats myself I know the challenge.”
Jose Sandoval, the director of the Latino Alliance for Animal Care, will be providing a mobile spay neuter van on January 17 at Janss Marketplace in Thousand Oaks. He says: “COVID has impacted many spay/neuter services for the most needy families in Southern California. Shelters are full of cats and kittens and without these vital services shelters will euthanize many healthy cats and dogs.”
The Robert H. Lorsch Foundation is able to fund spay and neuter for 50 cats. Look for the van next to the side parking lot across the main square from Shelter Hope Pet Shop. Masks are required and social distancing rules will be in place. For more information of how to prep your pet, foster or feral cat please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT SHELTER HOPE
Shelter Hope Pet Shop was created to aid shelter pet adoptions, promote education and bring awareness to the communities we serve. SHPS is the first and only volunteer humane pet shop partnering with companies, such as NewMark Merrill, who donate store front space in busy shopping locations in order to assist with community outreach and shelter pet adoptions. Covid-19 has changed the way they show animals. Until further notice Shelter Hope is only taking appointments. Saved In America The Film, a 35-minute documentary that follows Kim Sill’s journey to establish Shelter Hope, is available on Amazon Prime Video.
To adopt an animal seen on their website please email email@example.com to make an appointment for a meet and greet.
Shelter Hope Pet Shop
193 N. Moorpark Rd. East, Suite F Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
Tel: (805) 379-3538
See more and donate at: http://www.shelterhopepetshop.org
ABOUT KIRA REED LORSCH and THE ROBERT H. LORSCH FOUNDATION
Kira Reed Lorsch is an actress and Emmy® award winning, p.g.a producer. After graduating from the UCLA School of Theatre, Film and Television Kira enjoyed a prolific on-camera career. Her latest feature films Beckman and Amityville Witches are available streaming and on DVD everywhere now with Love on the Rock and the drama series Rumors coming in 2021. Kira spends her time giving back to numerous charitable organizations including Shelter Hope Pet Shop through the Robert H. Lorsch Foundation and serves on the Board of Trustees of California Science Center and Cedars-Sinai Board of Governors. See more about Kira at https://kirareedlorsch.com/
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