Westminster, CA (PRWEB) May 31, 2013
Within the past six months WAGS Pet Adoption has had over 800 animals “found on the street” brought in to the shelter. It is inconceivable to think someone(s) intentionally let an animal roam the busy streets of Beach Boulevard, Goldenwest Street and even the 405 freeway in Southern California. The animals are often scared, hungry, or hurt. C.Dorney, WAGS Adoption Coordinator says “Our first goal is to get the pet medical care, food, water and warmth. Next, WAGS tries to find the pet’s original owner, we go above and beyond to make a reunion. If that can’t be done, we promote every pet on petfinder.com, Facebook, and pet events in Southern California until we can to find them new permanent homes.”
Today’s pets that need a home are Cumin and Mole, four month old pittie mix puppies that were brought to WAGS Pet Adoption http://www.wagspetadoption.orgby a good Samaritans who were found the pitties running on the streets of Westminster, California.
Mole is a playful guy and Cumin is mellow sweet puppy, two distinctively different looks and two different personalities. Each puppy will be neutered, and all current medications administered before leaving for a permanent home.
If you are interested in young sweet puppies, contact WAGS Pet Adoption which is located in Westminster, CA. The core values are: low euthanasia rates, permanent placement, advocacy, safe shelter, respected volunteers and continuous improvement to all services provided. WAGS has few employees and handful of excellent volunteers. WAGS accepts donations and all funds are used for care of animals. WAGS animals are S.A.V.E.D.® by you- Sponsor-Adopt-Volunteer-Educate-Donate®.
Dr. Greenberg states, “More people need to spay and neuter their pets to help decrease the population of unwanted animals. This would reduce the incidents of homeless pets wandering the streets.”
Visit WAGS Pet Adoption http://wagspetadoption.org 12-5pm Tuesday- Sunday. Come visit WAGS today to bring home your next pet.
Visit http://wagspetadoption.org or call 714-887-6156 ask to speak with Cortney.