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Our eyes met from down the street. As he quickened his pace toward me, my heart began to race. With his tongue hanging out his mouth, he nearly pummeled me to the ground as he bolted down the block. It could have been love at first sight, but my racing heart spoke more of worry, because in the last hours of an overcast night I had found a stray dog. It’s a situation that’s likely happened to many of us. Where did this four-legged furball come from and what should you do with him?
In the sprawling avenues of Los Angeles, abandoned, abused or runaway pets are a growing concern for animal-lover Martha Wyss. A founder of the Friends of Animals (FOA) foundation, Wyss has been dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating and relocating thousands of animals since 1983. The FOA kennel is, happily, a no-kill shelter, where dogs and cats receive immediate medical attention, including spaying, neutering, behavioral assistance and passionate affection.