Ten Thousand Dollars and a Kennel Makeover for Longest Resident Dog at Animal Shelter

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Lili is the longest resident dog at Santa Paula Animal Rescue Center, the tummy-rub-loving white bulldog mix has been waiting for her fur-ever home for 6 years. 

While the emotional toll of animals waiting to be adopted is great, the financial toll on shelters housing these future-pets is undeniable. 

SPARC was surprised with a $10,000 grant from NBC, Telemundo, GreaterGood.org , and iHeartDogs, to acknowledge the shelters long-term commitment to animals like Lili. 

In addition to the cash grant, the shelter also received beds, treats, and toys – everything needed to nourish a pet’s mind, body, and bowl. 

The surprise also includes a little extra love for Lili, who’s kennel will be given a special surprise makeover. Watch Lili’s interior decor take place live Tuesday morning on @NBCLA’s facebook page. 

Of course, everyone involved hopes Lili doesn’t get a chance to enjoy her new crib for too long, ultimately the rescue wants the loving pup to get a second chance with a family who wants to adopt her.

If you’re interested in adopting Lili contact the Santa Paula Animal Rescue Center, 711 E Santa Barbara Street, Santa Paula, CA 93060.

NBC and Telemundo owned stations’ fifth annual Clear The Shelters pet adoption campaign takes place Saturday August 17th. 

More than 103,000 pets were adopted through the 2018 Clear the Shelters campaign, a nationwide push to place deserving animals in forever homes. Join the conversation on social media using #ClearTheShelters.

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