There's no place like a forever home

Natalie shares her life changing experience. Thanks to dot429 for creating this amazing video about MaeDay's inception.

MaeDay Rescue is a Los Angeles based, 501c3 non-profit organization committed to helping the homeless animal population, while generating awareness and education on the importance of spay/neutering. Our overhead is very low, so all donated money goes directly to helping animals.

Founder and President, Natalie Garcia, has a keen eye for finding those special animals that are just right for your life, so describe what you’re looking for and she will find it!






Meet Arnold! This senior dude is a real life cartoon character. He waddles instead of walks, has a bad ass underbite & loves to be pet. He is part blind due to his hyperthyroid, which he is now on pills for. He was dumped at the East Valley shelter for being too old. We think his age makes him extra special & he keeps us laughing all day with his quarks. If you’re looking for a goofy pal to hang out with, Arnold is your guy!

Maddie is a 12 year old Shih Tzu who is 80% blind and about 60% deaf. She was abandoned to the shelter for being old and disabled.

Now that she is in her foster home she is coming out of her shell and wanting Love. She can get spooked with fast movements, since most of her senses are going. She does need lifetime eye drops and life time Love. This old lady just wants a home where she can go from Dog bed to Dog. Adopt this lady and give her the best golden years she’s deserves!



Coco is a brindle Chihuahua who is shy at first, but warms up fast! This babe loves to cuddle, sleep under the covers and is great with all other animals. She is 8 pounds and 2 years old and is just hoping to find her forever home soon!

Libby is a senior Dame who is potty trained, cat friendly, dog friendly and super easy. We saved her from Downey shelter and she is happy to be in a foster home with a bed and love. This senior is eager to find a home where she can live the retired life! Adopt Libby!


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