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Animal Shelters in Orange County, California

Coastal Animal Services Authority 
Serving Dana Point & San Clemente.  San Clemente
Costa Mesa City Animal Control 
Costa Mesa
Irvine Animal Care Center 
"Our 5-acre facility houses more than 3,000 homeless animals every year. Our pets live in roomy kennels with plenty of beds, blankets and toys, and each of them also enjoys daily playtime in our enclosed yards and exercise rooms with their buddies (two-legged and four-legged!). If there's one thing our staff members have in common, it's that we're crazy about animals! We work hard to make sure that our pets are comfortable and happy during their stay with us, and that we place them in just the right adoptive homes. Over 90% of the animals who arrive at our shelter are either returned safely to their owners, or adopted into new, loving homes! In the spring of 2000, the IACC introduced THIRD CHANCE FOR PETS, an innovative and life-saving program that allows us to rescue adoptable pets from other area shelters where they might not have the opportunity to find homes. THIRD CHANCE has saved the lives of over 2100 animals in the first three years of the program!"  Irvine
Laguna Beach Animal Shelter 
"The City of Laguna Beach Animal Shelter was created in 1975, by a group of dedicated volunteers - The Pet Responsibility Committee - who lobbied the City Council to purchase the former S.P.C.A. building on Laguna Canyon Road. The Shelter serves the residents of Laguna by providing temporary care for lost, stray and sick or injured animals rescued by Animal Services Officers within the city limits. At any one time the facility houses dogs, cats, and kittens, and a smaller number of other animals, such as birds, rabbits, chickens, ferrets, reptiles and guinea pigs. Every animal that comes through the Shelter is held for seven days for reclaiming by its owner. Because we are a small community the claim-rate is extremely high (80%)."  Laguna Beach
Mission Viejo Animal Shelter 
"Services Provided By The Mission Viejo Animal Shelter Field and Kennel Services Animal Licensing Rabies Control Enforcement of leash and nuisance laws, local and state Volunteer Services Quarantine of animals involved in bites to humans Public education and information programs Shelter tours for school age children and scouting organizationsVeterinary medical care of impounded animals 24 hour emergency treatment of injured stray animals Impoundment of stray animals found without their owners Patrol of public streets and neighborhoods Sheltering, care and placement of stray unclaimed animals Humane euthanasia of unclaimed seriously injured or overly aggressive animals Protection of public health against contagious, infectious, or communicable animal diseases On site presentations – An officer will visit classrooms or meetings to provide humane information or shelter operating policies Student and Community Service programs Volunteer Services and Opportunities Office Assistant Kennel Assistant Dog Walker/Handler Cat Care Assistant Bather/Groomer Rabbit Care Assistant Guided Tour Assistant Pet Assisted Therapy Fund Raising Activities: Dedicated Animal Welfare Group (D.A.W.G) events Pet & Wildlife Faire DAWG walk around Lake Mission Viejo Doggy wash events Bunny Days of Easter Pet Lover’s Bazaar Paws & Claws Casino night Tree of life (Christmas decoration event)"  Mission Viejo
Newport/CdM Animal Shelter 
Serving Newport Beach and Corona del Mar.  Costa Mesa
Orange County Animal Care Services 
Orange County Animal Care Services is the main county shelter for the localities of: Aliso Viejo, Anaheim, Brea, Buena Park, Cypress, Fountain Valley, Fullerton, Garden Grove, Hiuntington Beach, Laguna Hills, Lake Forest, La Habra, La Palma, Orange, Placentia, Rantcho Santa Margarita, San Juan Capistrano, Santa Ana, Stanton, Tustin, Villa Park, Yorba Linda, and unincorporated areas. Detailed information and photographs for each lost or adoptable pet are available online. If you are unsure where to start, this is the place.  Orange
Seal Beach Animal Care Center 
"We are an all-volunteer, non-profit animal shelter formed in 1986 to find homes for the dogs, cats, and occasional rabbits, lost within our city limits. We are California non-profit 501-C3 corporation # 33-0192138. All donations are tax deductible. The Friends of the Seal Beach Animal Care Center (and all the animals in our care) appreciate our members, the City of Seal Beach, and the general public for their generous support. All donations received go directly to the care of the animals, with veterinary costs being our biggest expense."  Seal Beach
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