Featured Pets

Featured Pets





Turbo is a 1 year old, male Harrier Hound mix. Most people are unaware of the Harrier breed, which has been called a “beagle on steroids”. Significantly larger than a beagle, Harriers are muscular and athletic with incredible stamina and strength, but they are also cheerful and sweet-tempered. True to the breed, Turbo is active and outgoing, but also extremely friendly and loving. Most hound dogs enjoy being part of a pack, so Turbo would do best in a home where his owner is an active pack leader who will provide him with daily mental and physical exercise.Turbo loves to go exploring and would make an excellent hiking partner and loving companion on any adventure. Turbo’s adoption fee is only $20 to an approved applicant.



Vincent is a 7-year-old American domestic short-hair who was left behind when his family moved away. He is longing for a new loving home where he can once again grow to feel safe and secure. Rest assured, though, Vincent’s abandonment was no fault of his own; this large and confident feline is exceptionally affectionate and captivatingly curious. Vincent’s mellow but friendly disposition would make him a great companion for a family of any size. Ever the showman, he thrives in the presence of others and enjoys being pet while gazing endearingly at you with his large golden eyes.



Missy is a 7 year old stunning calico cat. Her long, soft hair and unique color pattern makes her exceptionally beautiful.  Like any classic beauty, Missy will make you fall in love with her and then demand your attention on her terms.  She is independent, confident, quirky and a bit moody a times.  But that won’t stop her from loving you. She will show her affection by rubbing against your legs and may even cozy up on your lap. Missy also enjoys play-time, especially chasing lasers. Trends come and go, but a classic beauty like Missy never goes out of style.


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Jenna-Fur is a young and vibrant pit bull who is full of love and is eager to please. A true sweetheart through and through, Jenna easily puts to rest any negative stereotypes about her breed. She would thrive with an owner who can match her boundless energy and who will provide her with plenty of exercise and structure. Since she is young and muscular, Jenna would be a great running or hiking companion. Though bold and energetic, Jenna responds well to commands and will also go home with a training package to ensure good behavior in her new home.

Jenna has a discounted adoption fee of only $20 to an approved applicant.


The Mission Viejo Animal Services Center is located at:

28095 Hillcrest, Mission Viejo, CA 92692

For more information, call 949-470-3045.