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Local club’s generosity benefiting our homeless animals


The homeless animals at the Mission Viejo Animal Services Center are reaping the fruits of the South Orange County Exchange Club’s labor with a special donation. 

The community service club, which is made up of volunteers from Mission Viejo, Laguna Hills and Lake Forest, recently donated a large amount of new and unused pet items to the shelter. These items help to feed, comfort and care for the animals waiting for their forever homes.

“We really appreciate the generosity of the club members, especially Doug Graham who dropped the goods off at our center,” said Animal Services Operations Supervisor Brynn Lavison. 

Donations from groups, businesses, organizations and individuals are always welcome and can be dropped off seven days a week between 9 am and 4 pm at the center’s front gate, 28095 Hillcrest. The most-needed items include:

  • new dog toys (soft and hard)
  • new leashes
  • new collars
  • new harnesses
  • poop bags
  • dog treats
  • cat treats
  • new cat toys
  • new blankets
  • new dog or cat beds

For more information, call 949-470-3045 or visit cmvas.org

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