The Animal History Museum is delighted to debut its first Downtown Los Angeles ArtWalk pop-up event in conjunction with Pussy & Pooch, L.A.’s leading upscale store for companion animals.
The revival of downtown Los Angeles is in full swing, bustling with shops, restaurants… as well as a resurgence of residents who love calling DTLA home. And for many folks, it just wouldn’t be home without a furry companion. Sure, there are lots of felines. It’s the canines though that bring the downtown residents out into the bustle… crossing paths on the sidewalk in the morning, playing in the park at midday, chatting over a decaf at sunset while the dogs greet each other in ways that (thankfully) only dogs do. Dogs are such a part of the fabric of life in downtown Los Angeles that one developer even designs condo buildings with concrete floors so it’s easier to clean up after an accident!