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My name is Dixie!
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Home Check

3.

Approve Application

Adoption application
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Facts about me

Breed
Calico
Color
Calico or Dilute Calico
Age
15 years old, Adult
Sex
Female
Pet ID
Hair Length
short

My info

Small red x Not good with kids
Small red x Not good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

When her previous family moved, they forgot something: Dixie. Dixie, a senior female cat, was found outside an abandoned home living in the bushes. AALOC took her in to care for her until she finds a new loving and caring family.

Calico actually is not a breed, rather it is considered a specific color variation. Although orange, black, and white are the most common calico colors, some calico cats may also have cream, bluish-black, red, or chocolate brown in their coats, too. Because of this you will find an American shorthair, Persian, Maine coon, and Cornish Rex, among others that are also considered a calico cat. In addition, you cannot breed a calico cat, rather nature produces these beautiful felines randomly. And because the breed may vary, calico cats cannot be described with a single personality portrait – instead the breed will often dictate that. One thing is 99.9% certain though – if you have a calico cat it is female. A male calico is extremely rare. We believe Dixie is a domestic shorthair with calico colorings.

Although the personality of a shorthair cat is normally friendly and outgoing, Dixie is somewhat aloof. Domestic shorthair cats are generally not very vocal, clean and have a mild mannered temperament.

Please submit an application to adopt Dixie on our website at www.aaloc.org. Once your application is reviewed and approved we will contact you to make an appointment to visit us at AALOC to meet Dixie during visiting hours (10am to 3pm daily) and get to know her a bit.

Donation of $100 for cat adoption includes spay/neuter, vaccinations, and a microchip. Applications require a veterinary reference and home visit (in Orange County, CA). For more information on adoption policies visit our homepage at www.aaloc.org. Contact us by e-mail: aaloc@aaloc.org, or by phone (714)893-4393.
When her previous family moved, they forgot something: Dixie. Dixie, a senior female cat, was found outside an abandoned home living in the bushes. AALOC took her in to care for her until she finds a new loving and caring family.

Calico actually is not a breed, rather it is considered a specific color variation. Although orange, black, and white are the most common calico colors, some calico cats may also have cream, bluish-black, red, or chocolate brown in their coats, too. Because of this you will find an American shorthair, Persian, Maine coon, and Cornish Rex, among others that are also considered a calico cat. In addition, you cannot breed a calico cat, rather nature produces these beautiful felines randomly. And because the breed may vary, calico cats cannot be described with a single personality portrait – instead the breed will often dictate that. One thing is 99.9% certain though – if you have a calico cat it is female. A male calico is extremely rare. We believe Dixie is a domestic shorthair with calico colorings.

Although the personality of a shorthair cat is normally friendly and outgoing, Dixie is somewhat aloof. Domestic shorthair cats are generally not very vocal, clean and have a mild mannered temperament.

Please submit an application to adopt Dixie on our website at www.aaloc.org. Once your application is reviewed and approved we will contact you to make an appointment to visit us at AALOC to meet Dixie during visiting hours (10am to 3pm daily) and get to know her a bit.

Donation of $100 for cat adoption includes spay/neuter, vaccinations, and a microchip. Applications require a veterinary reference and home visit (in Orange County, CA). For more information on adoption policies visit our homepage at www.aaloc.org. Contact us by e-mail: aaloc@aaloc.org, or by phone (714)893-4393.
Shelter

Animal Assistance League of Orange County

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Kathy Alberti
Address
Midway City, CA 92655

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

2.

Home Check

3.

Approve Application

Additional adoption info

The fee for adoptions is $165/dogs, $100/cats includes spay/neuter, vaccinations, and a microchip. We require an application, home visit (in Orange County, CA or nearby), and veterinarian reference. For more information on the animals available and adoption policies visit our website at www.aaloc.org. Contact us by e-mail: aaloc@aaloc.org, or by phone (714)893-4393.
The fee for adoptions is $165/dogs, $100/cats includes spay/neuter, vaccinations, and a microchip. We require an application, home visit (in Orange County, CA or nearby), and veterinarian reference. For more information on the animals available and adoption policies visit our website at www.aaloc.org. Contact us by e-mail: aaloc@aaloc.org, or by phone (714)893-4393.

Go meet their pets

Our no-kill shelter is located at 15102 Jackson Street, Midway City, CA 92655. Start the adoption process by submitting an application. Once the application is approved we will invite you to our rescue/kennel to meet the pet you are interested in.
Our no-kill shelter is located at 15102 Jackson Street, Midway City, CA 92655. Start the adoption process by submitting an application. Once the application is approved we will invite you to our rescue/kennel to meet the pet you are interested in.

More about this shelter

The Animal Assistance League of Orange County is a non-profit 501(c)3 no kill humane society dedicated to aiding lost and homeless pets, helping people with pet related problems, promoting responsible pet-ownership and pet population control, and preventing cruelty to animals through educational programs. The organization took its first steps in 1973 with a few animal lovers who wanted to reunite pet owners with lost pets. Today there is a no-kill shelter located in Midway City, with a population of approximately 110 cats and dogs. There is a telephone/email helpline that assists pet owners with a variety of issues, including spay/neuter, pet aid for low-income pet owners, animal abuse and any number of other issues related to cats and dogs. AALOC is managed almost entirely by volunteers. The reason we do what we do is that we care deeply about animal welfare and hope to make a difference - at least in our part of the world.
The Animal Assistance League of Orange County is a non-profit 501(c)3 no kill humane society dedicated to aiding lost and homeless pets, helping people with pet related problems, promoting responsible pet-ownership and pet population control, and preventing cruelty to animals through educational programs. The organization took its first steps in 1973 with a few animal lovers who wanted to reunite pet owners with lost pets. Today there is a no-kill shelter located in Midway City, with a population of approximately 110 cats and dogs. There is a telephone/email helpline that assists pet owners with a variety of issues, including spay/neuter, pet aid for low-income pet owners, animal abuse and any number of other issues related to cats and dogs. AALOC is managed almost entirely by volunteers. The reason we do what we do is that we care deeply about animal welfare and hope to make a difference - at least in our part of the world.