We’re an all-volunteer, 501c3, non-profit organization based in Mission Viejo, California. Our four Board Members and more than 30 Volunteers are dedicated to saving abandoned dogs and cats in overcrowded shelters throughout California. Many of the animals we rescue have a slim chance of getting out alive due to sickness, injury or lack of kennel space.
Owners Who Must Give Up Their Pets — Our rescue efforts focus on shelter animals, particularly adults and seniors in need of medical care with little chance of survival, so we don’t often have the resources to take pets from owners who can no longer keep them.
We are always happy to help network a pet in need of re-homing, though the owner will be responsible for fielding inquiries, screening, home checking, and adopting their pet to a good home.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Rescued pets are the best!
Each animal we rescue is examined by a licensed veterinarian, vaccinated, spayed/neutered, bathed/groomed, flea treated and AVID microchipped. Our rescues are either fostered by families or boarded with veterinarians until they can be adopted into permanent, loving homes. All new homes are screened and home checked, and we’re committed to the welfare of our rescued animals for the rest of their lives. We evaluate every animal’s temperament and work with professional trainers to correct any behavioral issues. If for any reason an adoption doesn’t work out, we require that the animal be returned to us.
New Beginnings for Animals doesn’t discriminate against any animal based on breed, size or age–all dogs and cats are created equal in our eyes!