Success Stories

News ImageCocoThank you for giving us Coco! Coco has motivated me to be more responsible. I couldn't love her more. Coco is an amazing dog-we are so happy to have her in our family!

News ImageNana and AikoI adopted two kittens from OC Animal Care last December. Their ID's were A1290851 and A1290850. I have since named them Nana and Aiko. They are both the sweetest cats I have ever encountered. They are happy and healthy and have grown so much since I have received them and have both vastly improved my quality of life. Everybody is so amazed at their sweet nature and how much they just want to hang out with people and cuddle. Literally the happiest cats I have ever met. So I just wanted to say thank you for allowing me to adopt my two best friends and let you know they are in good hands. I hope you enjoy the picture, they sleep like this all the time!

News ImageZoeMy Angel Zoe

My husband and I found our little angel at the OC Animal Care in Orange in November of 2013. We lost one of our hairy kids and in the search of finding her my husband saw Zoe for the first time and fell in love with her. After losing both of our hairy kids 2 days apart in November we decided to adopt Zoe. She has been a true blessing to our little family! Zoe is a playful, obedient dog that loves attention and food.
Please consider adopting a little angel if you can physically and financially. :)

News ImageOliviaAs we approach our 1 year anniversary of having Miss Olivia in our lives I wanted to share some of her musings through the year. She really is a special cuddly..she really acts more like a dog than a cat. We love her!

Best regards,Teri and Albert

News ImageAnnieAnnie was adopted on a very warm day. She was stressed when we left your shelter and needed 3 towels to absorb her saliva!! This wonderful girl made a rapid adjustment. Our other two rescue dogs welcomed her and she followed them around the house and fenced backyard to learn their routine. Although quiet initially, she is now a supper watch dog and very interactive. I often have to remind her to act her age. She will be seven next month, but behaves much younger than she looks. Annie keeps up with her much smaller friends when playing and relaxes with them as you can see in this photo.