Anyone ready for an adorable Chihuahua in their life will want to view details about Matilda on the site for Orange County Animal Care.
Following the death of her owner, Matilda is now at Orange County Animal Care and looking for a new owner. Most readers realize dogs such as Matilda don't have long in these situations. Matilda needs a rescue or someone to give her a permanent home now.
Details on the site will tell readers that Matilda is consider a senior Chihuahua at just 6 years old. Matilda is brown with no exceptional markings, but she could be an exceptional pet for the right person.
Please view the video of Matilda that was shared on Facebook. Someone will certainly enjoy having this Chihuahua in their life.
The details received about Matilda by this writer include the following:
Matthilda is still there and actually has brought in on March 15, 2014!!! So we need to move fast on her!
Her ID number is A1157661. Kennel 315
She is six years old and when her person died, she found herself at Orange County Animal Care. This is animal control and it's a kill-shelter. They have lots of dogs and try hard to get them adopted out.
The County of Orange Pet Adoption page includes this information that refers to all animals in their custody:
California law requires that all adopted dogs and cats be spayed or neutered before leaving our Animal Care Center. The animals featured on our web page are available for adoption on first come first served basis, with the exception of rare or unique animals, which may be subject to a drawing for the opportunity to adopt. We do not guarantee that animals seen on our web page will be available to adopt when you arrive at the Care Center. OC Animal Care does not reserve animals for adoption by telephone or e-mail. You must come to the Center to adopt an animal and refer to the animal's Pet Identification number when inquiring about a particular pet.
Please note the above information makes it clear that animals will not be held if someone sends an email about a particular pet or calls about a particular pet. Those interested in adopting or rescuing a pet must have someone go to the OC Animal Care location at 561 The City Drive South, Orange, CA. 92868 to get the animal they would like.
For information by phone, please call 714-935-6848 or 949-249-6160.
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