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TOPANGA ANIMAL RESCUE
310 455 7268
800 TELL CHP 800 835 5247
AGOURA HILLS SHELTER/ANIMAL CONTROL
818 991 0071
Topanga Animal Rescue is a registered 501c3 non-profit, volunteer organization dedicated to providing immediate medical field triage and transportation for wounded and abandoned animals in the Santa Monica Mountains and the San Fernando Valley area and to reach out to provide free medical care for the animals of the homeless in LA County. It is our mission to bring dignity and respect to all actions involving animals and the people who interact with them. We are also committed to providing outreach education programs for children and adults covering animal emergency and disaster preparedness protocols as well as animal responsibility and interaction topics. Your tax deductible contributions are appreciated.
Please make a tax deducible donation by using the donation button above or send directly to:
Topanga Animal Rescue
P.O. Box 1012
Topanga, CA 90290
Little Things Count Too
You can help us (very, very much!) by donating the little things we need for daily operations as well. Food, discounts, materials Every bit helps, and our all-volunteer crew will really appreciate it!
Medical supplies and Pet food
Pick up truck
Digital X ray machine
Mobile Veterinary Unit Van
We operate only through grants and donations. Please include us in your charitable contributions by calling us at 310-455-7268.
Topanga Animal Rescue reaches out to the community via PSAs as well as theatrical musical presentations and animal education programs for local schools. We also bring our outreach programs and information to various fairs and local events.
Author Archives: kenny mazur
On Easter morning we were called to rescue this baby great horned owl. Have a look at the video–especially the little owl turning to look at Susan. April 16, 2017
Although first response emergency care is our primary focus, getting animals that need a home to a place where they can be happy and also be helpful is a win for all involved. These bearded dragons are now part of … Continue reading