Hefeweizen, a.k.a. “Hef,” was abandoned in a cat carrier at the door of a local business. When Mission Viejo Animal Services picked him up, he was not a happy camper but who could blame him?
After a few days at the Animal Services Center, this 2-year-old tabby began to warm up to staff. Now, Hef is friendly and affectionate. He loves attention and will wrap himself around your legs to get it. He is also very active and enjoys playing with his catnip mice and pretending to be a hunter.
Hef is ready to find a forever home so come in and meet him today!
Betty is a 1 year old Pit Bull terrier. Unfortunately, Betty's previous owners did not put a lot of time into training her. She is very energetic and needs some obedience training, but she is smart, she listens well, and she is eager to please. With discipline and strong leadership, she is highly trainable. Since the shelter staff has been working with her, she now knows how to sit, stay, and laydown on command. Betty is a work in progress, and in the right home, one with consistency and commitment, she will make an excellent companion. Betty is spunky, playful, friendly and full of love!
See Betty's video here
The Mission Viejo Animal Services Center is located at:
28095 Hillcrest, Mission Viejo, CA 92692
For more information, call 949-470-3045.