Everyone Loves Olive Oil

Mission Viejo Animal Services has dogs, cats and rabbits ready to be taken to loving homes.

Check out the photos below for adorable animals ready for adoption in Mission Viejo.

For more information, call 949-470-3045.

Mission Viejo Animal Services is at 28095 Hillcrest, Mission Viejo, 92692.

Sharon Cody March 07, 2011 at 09:37 PM
Christi, thanks so much for doing this. I email with 75 volunteers at the shelter so I will tell them to check you out! Kitty Olive Oil found a home but there are many others just as nice still in need. Lillipop also got adopted but our sweet Boxer girl, Laila, is looking for the home of her dreams. The MV shelter rescued her. It appears she may have been bred once before (she is spayed now) and she also spent way too much time outside where ever she came from. This super girl just wants to hang out with you and be your best friend. Those Boxer lovers better hurry to come see her. She is so friendly she may not be with us long. THANKS big time for featuring our pets. I'll certainly let you know if there are some super cool stories you might want to know about. Sharon Cody
Peter Schelden March 07, 2011 at 09:57 PM
Hi Sharon, thanks for reading, and thanks so much for your support. Let's get everyone in Mission Viejo to have a look at the adorable animals available from the local shelter, and maybe a few more will go to loving homes.
Sheri Lee March 07, 2011 at 09:58 PM
Christi - Hooray for you and your article! I think that the Mission Viejo Animal Shelter might be one of the City's best kept secrets. Featuring our animals with their pictures has proven to be a successful way of finding the perfect home for both animal and person partner! Sheri Lee (long-time volunteer at the shelter)
Christi Park March 08, 2011 at 11:09 PM
Sharon and Sheri, Thanks so much for your lovely comments! I love seeing the pets at the animal shelter being adopted into caring homes! Please continue to check back for more animals and help us spread the word.


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