Chloe’s Story

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

Despite the odds however, Chloe persevered, and has been making a recovery with her foster. Due to her tenacious spirit, she has healed and made it to the point where she can be adopted into her fur-ever home! You can download an application below, and email it directly to us at info@fixlongbeachpets.com.

If you would like to donate to Chloe, or Fix Long Beach Pets in general, you can do so on our donation page, just put in the memo what you would like your contribution to go for.

We also have t-shirts for sale, see the details below.

T-Shirts

Chloe shirts now available for ordering. We have, womens, S, M, Lg, XL and XXL. Mens sizes are M, Lg, XL, XXL.. Payment for shirts is 30.00 paid to: fixlongbeachpets.com/donate. Please put in memo, “Chloe shirt”. Once you have made payment please send us an email to donationsSFLB@gmail.com and include your name, address, phone number and size in mens or womens.

We’re still asking for help in order to get some justice for Chloe. If you have any information at all, please contact the 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.the Long Beach Police Department Detective at (562) 570-7305, or e-mail info@fixlongbeachpets.com.

The Fix Project DBA Fix Long Beach is a 501c(3) Tax ID: 46-4034113