Earlier this summer, the Three Amigos were found wandering in my neighborhood in the Kirkwood Bowl in Laurel Canyon. I even tried to catch the little white mix with the blue eye myself. I saw her on the side of a hill in my neighborhood for over a week and wondered what to do because I couldn’t get near her and I’m usually pretty good at rescuing strays.
Then Safe Paws, a great Laurel Canyon group of dog lovers, caught them and brought them in to Animal Services, paid their medical bills, then brought them back to the canyon to be fostered until they could be adopted by a forever home. Safe Paws told me that they believed they were dumped by an illegal breeder - which is where we (the Laurel Canyon Animal Company) come in.
We create music about, for and with animals all the time so we thought a quick little song about the Three Amigos (the name that they picked up along the way) might help publicize their plight and help them find a forever home.
We also asked Vincent Genna, our in-house animal animal communicator on many of our projects to see what he could find out. I sent the him picture of the Three Amigos to see if we could learn anything about them.
Since there are three dogs of different ages who have bonded - they must remain together. This makes them one of he more difficult type of adoptions. We hope our little song will help publicize their plight and help them find them a forever home.