Patricia is a 1-year-old brown tabby cat with the cutest little white socks. She came to the shelter as a stray but appears to have had a home before because she is spayed and well cared for. It took Patricia a little time to get used to the idea of being homeless, but she has recently warmed up to staff and volunteers and will even play at times. The name Patricia means “noble,” which fits her perfectly – she struts around the cattery like a queen. Patricia knows she should be in a castle, not the shelter. So stop by 28095 Hillcrest today to meet this special cat.
Howdy ya’ll, c’mon down to the shelter and meet Cowboy Wrigley! Wrigley is a 2 year old, male, Chihuahua. He is very sweet and affectionate, but isn’t afraid to have a rootin’ tootin’ good time. Wrigley enjoys wranglin’ up his canine companions for some good ‘ol fashioned fun in the yard, yee haw! He would also enjoy curling up in the lap of his new owner next to the camp fire. He would make a great partner for any family, as he is very trainable, tidy, and easygoing. Wrigley will go home neutered, vaccinated, and micro-chipped. Saddle up for a fun, loving life with this little cowboy! Watch my video.
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!
Kiki is a 3 year old, female, Chihuahua mix who is a tiny bundle of love. Her little wiggly body dances around full of excitement when she sees familiar faces. She loves to cuddle and would make the perfect lap dog. Her little face is the sweetest thing you have ever seen. True to the breed, Kiki loves to be close to her favorite people. Kiki is very affectionate, smart, and a quick learner. She likes other dogs, but would also do well as the only dog getting all of the love and attention for herself. Kiki would do best in a quiet, loving, and stable home.
The Mission Viejo Animal Services Center is located at:
28095 Hillcrest, Mission Viejo, CA 92692
For more information, call 949-470-3045.