Burbank middle schoolers volunteered to read to rescue animals at the Burbank Animal Shelter on Thursday, February 13.
Burbank Police issue some safety tips after a mountain lion took a poodle from the backyard of a home on Sunset Canyon just after midnight, a few nights ago.
On Tuesday Burbank residents, police, fire, and city agencies got out joining more than 16,000 communities around the United States for the NNO.
On Saturday morning Burbank Animal Shelter Superintendent Brenda Castaneda and Senior Animal Control Officer Stacie Levin brought residents of the Halston Estates together with JC Healy, Game Warden with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife for a community meeting to discuss both the reality of living with wild animals, as well as, how to best protect themselves from potential attacks.
This is the final article in a series researching the introduction of a proposed pet Sales and Breeding Regulations Ordinance that may potentially eliminate the sale of commercially bred dogs and cats in the City of Burbank.
This is part three of a series on the issue of pet stores selling puppies in Burbank, whether the city should prevent sales of puppies in Burbank, and a greater issue of animal abuse through the distribution of puppies produced in “puppy mills.”
Two mountain lion cubs were found by residents in the 600 block of Orange Grove and turned over to the Department of Fish and Game. No sighting of the mother.