Saving Chloe

Chloe's Story


Chloe, named by her caretakers, was severely abused and near death before being discovered Dec 8, 2018 by a downtown Long Beach resident. She was suffering from a fractured skull and neck, broken femur, and had severe bruising. To add to the poor dog's suffering, she was also covered in human urine. She was hospitalized at Long Beach Animal Emergency Hospital.

This sweet girl not only survived her ordeal but her spirit is truly something to behold. We were overwhelmed with an outpouring of support from people locally and around the world. Folks continue to be inspired by her story. Her Mom and Dad, Tiny and MaryAnn only give her the best and she will never know another day without love. Tiny and MaryAnn continue to support Fix Long Beach in honor of Chloe so that we can continue to help other dogs or cats that are in need. If you would like to follow Chloe and see pawesome updates from her and her family you can follow her on Facebook - Saving Chloe.

Someone knows what happened to Chloe and who did it. There is still a large reward to catch the person responsible for this cruelty.



Order your Chloe T-shirt here.  Women's shirts are available in S, M, L and XL; Mens M and L.  Our Men's sizes are limited but if there is enough of a demand we can order more.  We are asking for a $20 donation for each shirt plus $10 shipping and handling.  Shipping and handling only applies to the 50 continental US states.  If you are out of the country or in Hawaii/Alaska please send an email to,   put "Chloe shirt"  on the subject line and include your name, address, phone number and the size.  We will get back to you with the shipping and handling costs and help you make your donation.

Chloe Reward

We’re still asking for help in order to get some justice for Chloe. If you have any information at all, please contact Long Beach Animal Care Services. See the poster below for more information. There is a reward for the capture of the individual who abused Chloe and left her in the trash. Contact the Long Beach Police Department Detective at (562) 570-7305, or e-mail