URGENT CALL TO ACTION TO FOSTER KITTEN!! WAGS has 4 1 week old bottle babies in need of fostering ASAP! They will need to be in their foster home for the next 7 weeks, WAGS will provide EVERYTHING needed (formula, bottles, even a “how-to” guide for newbies), you just provide the time and the love. PLEASE text 714-887-6156 if you are able to help
Kittens everywhere! We have about 8 litters that are in need of fostering! We have single kittens, hissy kittens that need socialization, and a mom with kittens. We provide all the supplies for you, they just need some TLC. If you are interested or know someone who is, please call or text 714-887-6156 or leave a comment below.
How about joining team P.U.R.R (Patient,Understanding,Rescue & Rehab)? WAGS has some kittens that just need a little patience and a bunch of loving to help them be social and more adoptable. Just 2-4 weeks of care can make all the difference to these babies. Please text WAGS at (714) 887-6156 or email Cortney@wagspetadoption.org if you think you can offer them just a few weeks
Ebenezer is an 8-10 year old neutered Boxer who was found as a stray in the city of Westminster…no one ever came looking for him and he had no ID tags on and no microchip! He is sweet, mellow, super quiet and is just looking for someone who will scratch his ears and let him cuddle up with them. Ebenezer is available for adoption
Thank you so much to one of our fantastic follower, Patti!! She donated $100 to sponsor the adoption of 2 of our senior dogs!! She chose Chato and Shadow. Because of her generosity, the new families for these two handsome gentlemen won’t have to pay anything when they get adopt!! If you are interested in Sponsoring an adoption, please go towww.wagspetadoption.org/donate and write “sponsor a
This is “Parker” and he is in need of a foster home…Parker is an 18 lb cat who is looking for a little help with a weight loss program! Unfortunately, “plus size” cats don’t do very well in a shelter. They stop eating due to the stress, which causes them to develop hepatic lipidosis which, for a cat in a shelter, means euthanasia. Parker’s