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Volume 7, Issue 50  |  June 24, 2022


Pet of the Week Dog and Cat print

Stu News Newport is delighted to be working with the Newport Beach Animal Shelter to help get the word out in search of loving homes for pets that deserve a warm, nurturing environment and a place to call “home.

The shelter would like to introduce you to Zoey. She’s an, approximately, 7-year-old, Yorkie/Terrier mix. She’s probably considered a teacup because she only weighs in at about 3 lbs. Zoey is definitely a shelter favorite. She’s a special needs dog in the fact that she has some sort of possible neurological condition that seems to cause wobbly-ness in her back legs area, but she walks totally fine even though she sometimes falls over and then can’t right herself – sort of like a turtle. She also doesn’t like to walk on linoleum floors or possibly not even wood floors. She does well on floors with towels, concrete, grass and, probably, carpet would work well as long as her nails are trimmed. She’s a good eater and goes to the bathroom outside as long as you let her out to go. She’s totally sweet, is great around other friendly small dogs and, you’ll know that she misses you because when she sees you, she lets you know in her quiet, cute voice. Zoey is in need of being adopted by an attentive and gentle person. 

Pet of the Week Meet Zoey

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Courtesy of Newport Beach Animal Shelter

Meet Zoey

If you are the kindest kind of person for Zoey, she’ll even bless you with her tiny kisses that she only shares with those who she trusts the most. If you think beautiful little Zoey might be the perfect friend for you, they would love to hear from you. As always, you can reach the shelter staff at either 949.718.3454, or email them at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

They will schedule your meet and greet as conveniently as possible. In addition, they have a great new professional photographer that is donating her time to help the shelter get the best out of their pet guests. They invite you to visit Andrea Domjan’s IG page at @andrea_domjan_photography to see all of her fabulous photography that she shares with the world. 

The shelter does require completed application forms for their animals, so simply print one up from their non-profit’s webpage at www.FONBAS.org. After it is completed, you can email it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., and upon review, they’ll call you to schedule an appointment. They truly look forward to speaking with you and thank you for sharing in their joys of being the best pet parents ever.

Newport Beach Animal Shelter adoption fees:

–Adult Dogs - $150

–Puppies - $225

–Adult Cats - $90

–Kittens - $110

–Rabbits - $45

Also, consider becoming a member of an incredible nonprofit that supports the city’s efforts with providing wonderful opportunities to stray, injured, ill and owner-surrendered domestic pets.

 

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