Home Fur Friends Rescue

A 24000 Alicia Parkway #17, Suite 283, Mission Viejo, CA 92691 rescue helping to find loving homes for dogs.

Emily Mearns

Pets at Home Fur Friends Rescue

  • Any
  • Any
  • Baby
  • Puppy
  • Kitten
  • Young
  • Adult
  • Senior
  • Any
  • Male
  • Female

This rescue hasn't posted any pets that match these criteria.

Areas Home Fur Friends Rescue Serves

Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego

Home Fur Friends Rescue's Adoption Process

1. Submit Application

Applications can be found on our website or can be email to interested parties by contacting emily@homefurfriends.org

2. Interview

We will have a phone interview/ conversation about the interested dog.

3. Home Check

Check to make sure home is secure for pet.

4. Meet the Pet

Set up meet and greet with desired pet.

5. Approve Application

Application will be approved and we will finalize adoption steps.

6. Sign Adoption Contract

Sign and pay fee at this time.

7. Take the Pet Home

Happy Adoption! :)

We look forward to speaking with you more!

About Home Fur Friends Rescue

We are a 501(c)(3) non profit organization located in Orange County, CA. We are dedicated to rescuing dogs at high kill shelters who have been left homeless (risking euthanasia due to overpopulation), pets given up by their owners, or those found as strays/neglected. We strive to save dogs of all sizes and breeds, who have different needs, by placing them into loving forever homes. We are a volunteer, foster-home based, animal rescue located in Southern California. We operate through foster homes and adoption events. We are committed to providing the dogs in our care with nothing but the best care until they find their forever home. We endeavor to work with surrounding shelters and volunteers to create a better world for suffering and homeless pets.

Come Meet Home Fur Friends Rescue's Pets

Contact us to set up a meet and greet! :)

Home Fur Friends Rescue's Adopted Pets

See Adopted Pets List

Make a donation to Home Fur Friends Rescue to help homeless pets find homes