Marcia Mayeda

Director, Animal Care and Control for Los Angeles County

Director of Animal Care and Control for Los Angeles County

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Adoption and fostering rates for pets soared in 2020.

With fewer animals in shelters, rescue organizations help in new and proactive ways

Adoption and fostering rates for pets soared in 2020.

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