Success Stories

News ImageOliverI used to live there at OC Pet Care with you in kennel 104. My number was A1066851. Thank you for taking care of me for two years, until my forever family could find me. I live in Madison, Wisconsin, now, with my two furry sisters, two furry brothers, my human boy, and his parents. I moved here yesterday, when my boy and his dad flew to Nebraska to pick me up from the lady who was keeping me, Mary Stickney.
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News ImageCallieMy name is "Callie". I originally was name Madilyn. I had a sister named Sheila and a super nice foster mommy that took good care of me. I went to the OC Animal shelter and one day this pretty lady comes up to me with a huge smile on her face and I was instantly in love. She felt like my real mommy. She brought me home and there was tons of toys just for me! I made friends with a 3 year old cat and felt at home. I knew just then this is the family I want to be with for the rest of my life. I have so much fun at my new home and love my family lots and lots. I couldn't ask for a better home. Thanks OC Animal Shelter for giving me a chance!
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News ImageGabby and OscarWe are coming up on our one year anniversary since we adopted Gabby and Oscar. They were named for the 2012 Olympic participants who fired our imagination, stirred our inspiration and ultimately captured our hearts. Our beautiful little caramel and vanilla Shih-tzu, Gabby, is small but mighty, holding her own with the much larger, more active, handsome black cocker, Oscar.

We are having such an adventure with these two. I didn't expect 35 pound Oscar to be a lap dog - 11 pound Gabby was supposed to be! Gabby prefers to be at my feet while Oscar curls up in my lap. Gabby sleeps in her bed on the floor while Oscar manages to find a place on our bed. If my husband can't sleep, Gabby follows him to his recliner in our living room. Then she comes in the bedroom at first light to wake Oscar and I by talking to us and jumping up on my side of the bed.

I recommend pet adoption to anyone willing to share their love and home. It truly make a house a home!
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News ImageCooperI find it hard to believe that we have had Cooper with us for almost one year. We took him Home on 4/26/12. He adjusted very rapidly and investigated our home room by room. Cooper was soon to sleep with me at night on my bed and became very protective of me. We hope that Cooper will be with us for many years to come.
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News ImageDarbyOn January 28, 2013 a lady came to the shelter and now I have a new home with a nice years, new toys, new beds and a kind and loving home. I call the lady "mom" and she named me Darby. I'm happy and safe. Bottom line: She Adopted me! Love to all - Darby and Mom
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