L.A.-Area Rescue Served With Eviction Notice Needs Foster Families For Its Dogs

Tiny Loving Canines is also looking to place its dogs with forever homes.

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Champ is one of the dogs who needs a home. He's described as being low energy and very friendly, pretty "kissy-faced" and really easy to love. Via Tiny Loving Canines/Facebook
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Tiny Loving Canines Inc., a rescue group in Simi Valley, California, has been served with an eviction notice and is looking for people to foster or adopt its dogs until it can find a suitable location to take care of them.

The group told CBSLA.com that it has until June 17 to find foster or forever homes for more than 50 dogs currently at the rescue.

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“We don’t want to turn them back into the shelter. We can’t do that,” Kathryn Rutherford, of Tiny Loving Canines, told CBSLA.com. “Even if they don’t want a dog that might not be suitable to their eyes, if they’ll adopt with their heart, they’re gonna find a wonderful dog,” she said.

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The rescue reportedly had some sort of dispute with the landlord, which led to the eviction proceedings. In an effort to spur adoptions, the group has lowered its adoption fee to just $100 in hopes some of the dogs will find new families.

The dogs have been spayed or neutered and have also been microchipped. The $100 fee also includes a visit to the veterinarian. The rescue must be out of its current location by June 19.

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If you or anyone you know is looking to adopt or foster a dog and live in the Simi Valley/Los Angeles area, please call the rescue at 805-527-SAVE (7283).

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