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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.

Ok, who’s the cutest? If you make us pick, we’ll pick Romeo. As an 8-year-old chihuahua mix, he’s totally got the art of Cupid down. If this sweet pup could recite any poem, it definitely would be “Roses are red…” A totally happy guy that will follow you through every season of your heart, he’s great with everyone, but he probably shouldn’t live in a home with rabbits or other small mammals. Romeo really is the kind of guy that brightens up a room. He always looks forward to seeing you and makes sure that you know that you are, absolutely, the most important one to him. If you’ve been looking for a really happy relationship, Romeo would love to meet you. 

Pet of the Week Romeo 2.8

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Courtesy of Newport Beach Animal Shelter

Meet Romeo

The shelter is available to schedule his meet and greets, during the mid-day hours, seven days a week. There are two easy-to-use direct contact methods. One is by phone at 949.718.3454 and the other is through email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. They’ll be in touch just as soon as they’re done with their pet guests shelter chores.

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.