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North Hollywood Gathering - November 29th

ANGEL HANZ was recently able to assist this puppy with emergency medical care.

We will celebrate the Thanksgiving season with a 
wonderful healthy vegan food, and 
there will be food for the animals as well.
Our vegan meal will be served at 1 p.m.

Dr. May, a vegan vet, and her vet tech 
will be clipping the animals' nails and providing a health check
vaccines and flea/tick treatment for the animals.  
Cats will be treated first as they become overheated more easily than dogs. 
Please be patient.
Make sure to bring your animal's medical records with you.

We will also have a LIBRARY for the homeless.

ANGEL HANZ will be supplying
clothing, blankets, and care packages for the homeless and
food and comfort items their animal companions.  

We will have cruelty-free mittens, beanies, and socks - all handmade by Nicole.
These gatherings are ONLY for the homeless 
and their animal companions.
DOGS must be on LEASHES and 
CATS must be secured in CARRIERS.
Animal companions must be present and on leashes or in carriers 
for their humans to receive animal food. 

All of our EVENTS begin at 1:00 pm.  It is IMPORTANT to be on TIME!!!
Our monthly gatherings are held at North Hollywood Park.

11455 Magnolia Blvd. (Library side, near the underpass)
North Hollywood, CA 91601

Watch for details on our December gathering when
Stop Crush! will sponsor a delicious vegan holiday meal catered by Bikini Bites.

Angel Hanz for the Homeless assists the homeless with keeping their animals out of the killing shelters by supplying the animals with comfort and care, including medical, while they are on the streets. 
Angel Hanz is grateful for the many supporters that make this possible.  
We appreciate donated items but no goose down or leather, please.

We always appreciate additional VOLUNTEERS!!  
Call 818.358.3663 if you would like to help or if you would like more information.

If you can't lend a hand that day, you can donate via PayPal
P.O. BOX 10716, Burbank, CA 91510

We never forget about the animal companions”