By: Orange County Supervisor Pat Bates
Bring your pet to OC Animal Care – December 14, 21 & 22 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM – for a photo with Santa! OC Animal Care is located at 561 the City Drive, in Orange. Continue reading
Meet Your Mature Match
Come to the Meet Your Mature Match adoption event hosted by OC Animal Care on Saturday, October 26 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM for FREE adoptions on pets ages 4 and older! The free adoption does not include microchip and license.
This event will be held at OC Animal Care at 561 The City Drive, in Orange. Continue reading→
All adopted dogs, cats and bunnies will receive a free spay/neuter ($40 – $50 discount) during the entire event. Also, stop by the bake sale, pet tag and information booths between 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. for goodies and information. Continue reading→
Orange County Animal Care and Keystone CPA, Inc., would like to honor and say thank you to our dedicated men and women in the U.S. Armed Services by providing them with free adoptions during the Animals for Armed Forces event on May 28, from 10 am to 2 pm, at O.C. Animal Care, located at 561 The City Drive, in Orange.
The free adoption does not include the cost of a pet license or microchip, and there is a limit of one animal per household.
This adoption discount applies to current, former and retired members of the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard and National Guard.
Please bring your photo I.D. and one of the following to receive your discount:
For questions regarding identification please call (714) 935-7681.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 29, 2010
Contact: Ryan Drabek (714) 935-7107 or Katie Ingram (714) 935-6194
OC Animal Care Offers Pet Owners Amnesty for Delinquent or Unlicensed Dogs
(Orange, – CA) On March 2nd, the Orange County Board of Supervisors approved a Dog License Amnesty program. From April 1st – May 15th, dog owners will be able to renew their expired licenses, or obtain new licenses, with no worry of late fees or extra charges. This program will be offered to dog owners living in the 17 cities and unincorporated areas served by OC Animal Care. Not only will this program help relieve some of the burden on pocketbooks; it will also help more animals find their way back home if they are lost. By placing a license tag on their dog, owners will help OC Animal Care get in touch with them if their pet is brought into the shelter.
“OC Animal Care wants to be sensitive to dog owners experiencing financial hardship,” said Ryan Drabek, Interim Director for OC Animal Care. He added, “It is our goal, through this program, to ensure more pets are returned to their owners when the unfortunate happens. Approximately 97% of the animals impounded by OC Animal Care that are wearing a tag are returned to their owners. We believe that licensing is a great benefit for our pet owners in Orange County.” Continue reading→
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact:
November 30, 2009 Ryan Drabek at email@example.com or (714) 935-7107
KatieIngramatkatie.firstname.lastname@example.org or (714) 935-6194
Coalition of OC Animal Groups Promote Adopting a Pet for the Holiday Season
(Orange, CA) OC Animal Care, along with other local Orange County Shelters, non-profit animal rescue organizations, and animal advocacy groups including the Friends of Lake Forest Animals, are joining together to provide resources for Orange County residents considering a new forever friend this holiday season. The coalition will announce the effort during a press conference to be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday, December 2, 2009, at the OC Animal Care Center, 561 The City Drive South, in the City of Orange.
“During the holiday season, it is important to remember how many wonderful pets are without homes.” said Ryan Drabek, Interim Director of OC Animal Care. “Orange County residents considering a new pet for the holiday season are encouraged to look to their local animal shelter or non-profit animal rescue organization and give one of our pets a new forever home.” Continue reading→