Adoptions

We have saved the lives of “at risk” dogs and cats and given them a second chance at life by rescue, rehabilitation and re-homing them.

Total Adoptions by Year

2008 – 15 Total (14 dogs and 1 cat)

2009 – 149 Total (99 dogs and 50 cats)

2010 – 123 Total (79 dogs and 44 cats)

2011 – 142 Total (93 dogs and 49 cats)

2012 – 118 Total (56 dogs and 62 cats)

2013 – 118 Total (69 dogs and 49 cats)

2014 – 89  Total (48 dogs and 41 cats)

2015 – 168 Total (91 dogs and 77 cats)

2016 – 136 Total (90 dogs and 46 cats) as of October 2016

Pet Pantry for Seniors and the Unemployed

We have fed 1440 Dogs and Cats in 2015.
We have distributed approximately 100,000 lbs of pet food in 3 years.

Education

Education is working.
Adoption rates are up at shelters and in rescue. Shelter euthanasias have declined slightly in Orange County in some categories.
We have educated over 1200 Children and Adults in 2015.

Rescue. Rehab. Rehome.

The Pet Rescue Center has rescued over 1,000 dogs and cats.

Total Rescues by Year

2008 – 19 Rescued (16 dogs and 3 cats)

2009 – 157 Rescued (104 dogs and 53 cats)

2010 – 133 Rescued (85 dogs and 48 cats)

2011 – 151 Rescued (99 dogs and 52 cats)

2012 – 123 Rescued (58 dogs and 65 cats)

2013 – 144 Rescued (75 dogs and 69 cats)

2014 – 86 Rescued (48 dogs and 38 cats)

2015 – 179 Rescued (92 dogs and 87 cats)

2016 –  152 Rescued (96 dogs adn 56 cats) as of October 2016

Medical

Each rescue is spayed/neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and rehabilitated to ensure complete health prior to adoption.