Dozens of cats, got a first class ticket to Denver – in fact, they had their own private jet. The Dumb Friends League received 36 cats through a transfer from several shelters around Los Angeles on February 15th.
Thursday’s “Have a Heart for Homeless Pets” Telethon raised more than $375,000 for the Dumb Friends League.
KUSA - You can watch cute puppies play in Puptown during the Dumb Friends League's "Have a Heart for Homeless Pets" telethon Thursday.
Watch some adorable puppies play in 9NEWS' Puptown: http://on9news.tv/1QY6BVu.
KUSA - 9NEWS Traffic Reporter Amelia Earhart and 9NEWS Anchor Corey Rose both adopted their dogs from the Dumb Friends League. Here are their stories.
Some readers may recall a burned cat named Phoenix, who came to the Dumb Friends League with burns all over her body a few months ago.
The Dumb Friends League is known as a place where anyone can take an injured dog, or a homeless cat, or anything in between.
Thousands of homeless pets receive life-changing medical care at the Dumb Friends League every year.