Orange County Humane Society
21632 Newland Street
huntington beach, California 92646
Email: [email protected]
In 1949, what is now called the Orange County Humane Society, was a small shelter called the Long Beach Shelter. Later, in 1979, Dr. Nasre and a partner bought the shelter and enlarged it. Presently, OCHS is owned by Dr Botros, DVM, with a practice in an adjacent veterinary hospital.
OCHS is staffed by both employees and a group of enthusiastic volunteers.
Many animals enjoy the services of OCHS, including dogs, cats, rabbits, occasional reptiles, roosters, a pig, and lizards.
OCHS is contracted by the cities of Costa Mesa and Westminster and receives owner-released animals. All animals stay until adopted.
The OCHS will strive to provide temporary safe refuge for the sick, injured, lost, neglected, abused and deserted animals within its power. The shelter's goal is to find a permanent, loving home for all of its animals and to provide rehabilitation whenever possible. The shelter believes that we are the final hope for these animals and it is our obligation to strive to do the best we can to rescue them from their unfortunate situation.
No pets found on this shelter
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