21632 Newland Street

Huntington Beach, CA 92646 US

714-536-8480

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OCHS S.A.I.N.T.s

OCHS S.A.I.N.T.s

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S.A.I.N.T.'s are a special circle of dedicated friends like you who make a donation to help accelerate our efforts in animal care. You name will be placed on our S.A.I.N.T.s wall commemorating your kindness. As a token of our appreciation, we offer you the following gift levels. These gifts are nothing compared to the life you have saved with your donation. Each level of donation also includes membership in Circle of Hope and a Certificate of your kindness for animals.

Angels $20,000
Donate $20,000 or more and become several animals' ANGEL.


Angels are dedicated people who make a minimum donation of $20,000 or more. By becoming an Angel, an entire ward or section of OCHS will be dedicated to your company, you or to whomever you choose. The dedication will be placed at the entrance of the ward, showing our appreciation for such a generous gift. As an ANGEL you watch over this entire section of animals during their stay at OCHS.

Angel's Benefits:
An engraved plaque placed at the entrance to a ward

Recognition on our S.A.I.N.T.'s wall
An ad/dedication in our newsletter
An ad/dedication on our website
A letter from each of the pets you are an Angel to, including their information and picture
Letter of thanks from pets when adopted
Membership in OCHS Circle of Hope as a Friend of OCHS
Exclusive access to Members Only portion in website
Letter of acknowledgment from the Animals and Staff of OCHS
Certificate of Appreciation for your Kindness

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Guardians $500
Donate $500 or more and become a GUARDIAN to several pets

Become a Guardian and provide an animal with shelter for a whole year. By becoming a Guardian a dog run or cat cage will be dedicated to you, by placing an engraved plaque upon the entryway to this run/cage in honor of your contribution. As a guardian you care for every animal assigned to this cage till they are found a new home.


Guardian's Benefits:
An engraved plaque placed at the entrance to a run/cage
Recognition on our S.A.I.N.T.'s wall
A letter from each of the pets you guard including their information and
picture
Letter of thanks from pets when adopte
d
Membership in OCHS Circle of Hope as a Friend of OCHS
Exclusive access to Members Only portion in website
Certificate of Appreciation for your Kindness

sponsors $1 a day
Donate $1 a day and SPONSOR a pet of your chose during their stay at OCHS


Sponsors are friends who don't have room for another pet in their home but has the need to save more. These friends make monthly donations toward the care of any pet, or if you choose a specific one, till they are found a new home. These Sponsors not only fund their shelter and food, but also any medical costs that the pet may need.In appreciation your name will be placed on the pet's cage card, acknowledging your sponsorship.


OCHS Sponsor Benefits:
Sponsorship of any pet or a selected pet during its stay with OCHS
Name placed on Pet's cage card stating sponsorship
Recognition on SAINTs wall
A letter from your sponsored pet, your pet's information and picture
Letter of thanks from pet when adopted
Membership in OCHS Circle of Hope as an OCHS member
Exclusive access to Members Only portion in website


senior pet special!!!


Pets 7 years or older are $65

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

(Open to the Public) 9:00am- 5:00pm

(Adoptions) till 4:00pm

(Surgery Pick Ups) -------------

Tuesday:

(Open to the Public) 9:00am- 5:00pm

(Adoptions) till 4:00pm

(Surgery Pick Ups) 3:00pm- 5:00pm

Wednesday:

(Open to the Public) 9:00am- 5:00pm

(Adoptions) till 4:00pm

(Surgery Pick Ups) 3:00pm- 5:00pm

Thursday:

(Open to the Public) 9:00am- 5:00pm

(Adoptions) till 4:00pm

(Surgery Pick Ups) 3:00pm- 5:00pm

Friday:

(Open to the Public) 9:00am- 5:00pm

(Adoptions) till 4:00pm

(Surgery Pick Ups) 3:00pm- 5:00pm

Saturday:

(Open to the Public) 9:00am- 5:00pm

(Adoptions) till 4:00pm

(Surgery Pick Ups) 3:00pm- 5:00pm

Sunday:

(Open to the Public) 9:00am- 5:00pm

(Adoptions) till 4:00pm

(Surgery Pick Ups) 3:00pm- 5:00pm

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Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Thank you to the OC Humane Society team for introducing us to Maxwell (now Bruno) he has been an amazing addition to our little family. He knows all of his basic commands and even knows heel! A surprise to us since he was found as a stray."
    Sandy T. / Huntington Beach, CA

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