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Darian

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Hi Everyone
 
I am reaching out to my petloss family members who live in OC to ask you to check out some beautiful babies.  The OC Shelter has 100 dogs for adoption now and many are gorgeous pomeranians, cairn terriers and other small breeds. They're very young too, with most being 1 - 2 years.
 
The OC Shelter is located at 561 The City Drive South, Orange, CA. The shelter phone number is 714-935-6848. IF you are ready for another fur-baby, please consider rescuing from this shelter. You can either contact Katie Ingram (Katie.Ingram@occr.ocgov.com) or Tammy Osborn (Tammy.Osborn@occr.ocgov.com) for more information.
 
You can also Google "Angels for Animals network" to view the dogs. 
 
Why are so many gorgeous souls left to fend for themselves in this big, lonely world?
 
Darian
 
 
twinkiesmom

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I googled the site and agree with you completely.  So many beautiful babies, only wanting someone to love and care for them.  I wish I could adopt one of them in particular, looks a lot like my little Piper.  Sadly, as I do not live in the area, I would not be able to do so.  I hope with all my heart and soul that they can all find loving forever homes.

Twinkiesmom 
Darian

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Hi Twinkiesmom.  I hope they find loving homes too.  Back when my little Captain died in July I was on here quite a bit, chatting with others who had lost their pets around that time.  I remember at least 5 people lived in the Orange County area. So here's hoping someone nearby sees this site.  The shelters are so jam-packed aren't they?  Ours,  here in Ontario, Canada seem mainly full of large dogs. The little ones seem to get forever homes more easily.  I wish I knew how to help this situation.   Could the government put a 2 year ban on breeding?  Is that constitutionally sound I wonder.  When I look into those little eyes, staring up from their sterile cages instead of a living room sofa,  my heart breaks in pieces.  Sorry about your little Piper.  I wonder often if I should adopt a "look-alike" of my Captain or if that would hurt more.  
Darian

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