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Leadership Burbank to Take on Animal Shelter Project

Project: entitled, “A Cause for Paws – Giving Burbank’s Animals a New Leash On Life.”

Adoptable Pet of the Week: Astrid

Astrid is a giant galumping goofus, available for adoption at the Burbank Animal Shelter.

Adoptable Pet of the Week: Frida

Frida is a super curious, energetic and outgoing six month old kitten from the Burbank Animal Shelter. She is partially blind but navigates her surroundings beautifully, in spite of her visual impairment.

Adoptable Pet of the Week: Dodger

Say hello to sweet and stunning Dodger from the Burbank Animal Shelter. This long-haired shepherd is one of the most gentle German Shepherds you’ll ever meet. He sincerely thinks he’s a lap dog, and we are not inclined to argue the point. 

Adoptable Pet of the Week: Adele

Adele is a very sweet and gentle but slightly anxious young kitty at the Burbank Animal Shelter, looking for her fur-ever emotional support human. 

Adoptable Pet of the Week: Zephyr

Zephyr will need a little training, but he's an awesome guy and he would make a great addition to any family. Stop by the shelter or call 818-238-3340 to make an appointment to adopt or foster Zephyr.

Adoptable Pet of the Week: Trever

Introducing Trever, a spirited Siberian Husky with a talkative personality. Trever recently spent a couple of nights in a foster home with two cat siblings!

Adoptable Pets of the Week: Racer and Honey

Racer and his partner Honey are proof that mutts make the best pups! This pair has a little Cattle Dog, Pointer, maybe a dash of Pit Bull and Dalmatian in them.

Adoptable Pets of the Week: Caramel and Oliver

Caramel came to the Burbank Animal Shelter as a very young mom with her litter of kittens. She has been a very attentive mama and has 6 healthy kittens looking for their homes.

Adoptable Pet of the Week: Bobby

Bobby is an older gentleman (about 15 years old) who was kept as a backyard dog and has limited to no training, and limited vision.

Wilke Announces Candidacy for Burbank’s City Council

Judie Wilke becomes the second candidate to announce run for one of two Council seats in November

Letter to the Editor: Transportation Commissioner Says Why BRT is Good for Burbank

"Metro’s BRT plan will convert two traffic lanes, primarily along Olive Avenue, into dedicated bus, bicycle, and emergency vehicle lanes"

Burbank Baseball Blanked By Arcadia

The Bulldogs are shut out 7-0 by the Apaches.