FIV+ Cats

It is estimated that about 3% of seemingly healthy cats are actually positive for FIV. Most cats are not tested before they are adopted and most owners have no reason to suspect their cat has this virus. Many, many healthy cats have happy, full lives without anyone knowing they have the virus. For more information, […]

FIV+ Cats

It is estimated that about 3% of seemingly healthy cats are actually positive for FIV. Most cats are not tested before they are adopted and most owners have no reason to suspect their cat has this virus. Many, many healthy cats have happy, full lives without anyone knowing they have the virus. Unfortunately, cats that […]

St. Bonnie’s Sanctuary

In 2007, through a generous bequest, the Lange Foundation purchased a 4.5 acre property in Canyon Country in the Santa Clarita Valley. This allowed us a place of our own in which to expand our rescue work to include the forgotten desert shelters. In mid-2010, the first of what we hope will be many kennels […]

Halfway Home Kennel

Since 1993, the Lange Foundation’s Halfway Home Kennel has been nestled between automotive repair shops along the busy Sepulveda strip in West LA. This Spanish style building was originally a veterinary office before it became the charming facility where rescued dogs and cats from the overcrowded South LA, North Central, and East Valley shelters reside. […]

Your New Cat

Now that you’ve decided on your cat, here are some tips on how you can make the transition a smooth one for your new cat and you! Please keep in mind that no matter what age or type of cat you adopt into your home, they all need and want ample play time and toys […]

Friends & Contributors

Lange Foundation is able to rescue and care for animals solely because of the generosity of others. Listed below are a few of our friends who have made a commitment to helping us help the animals! We appreciate and are grateful for their continuing support. Chelsea Kowitz Photography – Chelsea began volunteering her time to […]

Foster

Our foster program is not the traditional kind of fostering as we have our own facilities open to the public. Our healthy, adoptable animals have a better chance of finding a home when the public can easily visit them. If you are interested in traditional fostering, we encourage you to find a rescue that depends […]