Susan Valot

Susan Valot

Independent Producer

Producer

Susan Valot is an award-winning radio journalist with more than 16 years of experience in the Los Angeles region. Valot covers anything and everything as a freelance reporter-producer for various public radio outlets, including “The California Report,” NPR’s “Only A Game” and “Marketplace.” To listen to more of Susan’s work, visit http://susanvalot.com/

Susan Valot on KCRW

Dogs barked and yelped amid a hive of activity in Santa Ana’s civic center. Cats were there, too.  But their presence was more muted, stowed away in carriers. Owners came…

When homelessness hits, a pet can be the most important companion

Dogs barked and yelped amid a hive of activity in Santa Ana’s civic center. Cats were there, too.  But their presence was more muted, stowed away in carriers. Owners came…

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Dogs barked and yelped amid a hive of activity in Santa Ana’s civic center. Cats were there, too. But their presence was more muted, stowed away in carriers.

Homeless pets get care at pop up clinic

Dogs barked and yelped amid a hive of activity in Santa Ana’s civic center. Cats were there, too. But their presence was more muted, stowed away in carriers.

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