Cyrus Mejia–founder of Best Friends Animal Society

by | Jan 31, 2005

Cyrus Mejia, a founder of Best Friends Animal Society (which operates the nation’s largest sanctuary for abused and abandoned cats & dogs), and an acclaimed artist whose work is central to The Best Friends Art Project–a traveling exhibit that speaks to the plight of homeless animals, and is on view in Los Angeles from Feb. 25 thru March 18–discusses his history both as an artist and in animal rescue, the current focus of his art work, and how the local exhibit also serves as a kickoff event for major spay and neuter campaign called “Desex And The City.”

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COMEDY CORNER: Brian Regan’s “Spider Webs & Bees” []
MUSIC: Bright Eyes’ “Down In A Rabbit Hole,”  Brad Mehldau’s version of The Beatles’ “Blackbird,”   instrumentals
NAME THAT ANIMAL TUNE: Heart’s “Dog & Butterfly”

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