🎉 Toe Bean Adoption 🎉Isla & Sully have found their forever family! These two little beauties tip toed into the lives of the Prieto Family and made themselves at home.It didn’t take long for the love to flow for these babies. Isla & Sully started their adventure as foster to adopt to make sure it was the right fit and for us to monitor some diagnostics for Sully. But once Marissa & Mario brought them home and introduced them to the family the rest was history and their forever began.🎉Congratulations little ones, you will forever be in our hearts, but we are over the moon that you will be living a life full of love that you so deserve! Have a happy life sweet babies!😘 ... See MoreSee Less
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“This better be good if you are interrupting my beauty sleep!”Miss Oakland is hitting the snooze button this morning! houseofbrokencookies.com/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Bubbles is listening now, hahaha.. I can’t hear you but it sure is funny to watch you talk…houseofbrokencookies.com ... See MoreSee Less
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“Esme here, looking beautiful and feeling good! Did you know that my name means “esteemed or loved”? I’m still waiting for that special person to sweep me off my paws, treat me like a queen and give me all the love, pets & treats that I deserve! Could that special someone be you?” ... See MoreSee Less
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Please Welcome Echo (formerly known as Thackery), a beautiful 10 week old tabby & white, blind kitten to the HOBC family. When the universe is calling and everything falls into place sometimes there isn’t anything you can say but YES!!We have been on an intake hold in order to focus on our current residents. Taking care of their medical needs and finding homes. We were contacted a few weeks ago by the OC shelter looking for placement of a kitten with eye issues that would require some major medical. Knowing how much was on our plate for medical we could not immediately take him in unless the shelter would support performing the necessary medical. Last Thursday night we received a call from the OC shelter asking if we could again help with this sweet boy. They informed us that they had completed a bilateral enucleation and neuter the day before and could we consider taking him under our care. His sister had been adopted so he was all alone and now blind! Kudos to the OC shelter staff (you know who you are) for keeping this boy, and his sibling safe and off the euthanasia list until a home and rescue could help! ... See MoreSee Less
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