October 23, 2012
Gerdy is a gregarious English bulldog, who shows affection to everyone she meets. Although estimated at 6 years old, she is still as wiggly and lovable as a puppy. Gerdy enjoys being petted and, if invited, will climb onto your lap to give kisses! She is comfortable on leash, well socialized and house trained. Gerdy is healthy and, once spayed, ready for adoption. As with all short-muzzled dogs, overheating should be avoided, and regular cleaning of eyes and ears is recommended.
July 27, 2005
FRANKIE A 2-year-old tabby cat named Frankie had quite a scare Sunday night when he escaped from his caregivers in Fashion Island's parking structure. He had been taken to the mall by the Community Animal Network for an adoption fair. One minute Frankie was under a sport-utility vehicle, but then he vanished. Volunteers combed the bushes and the parking lot seeking to re-rescue Frankie, without success. Searchers returned to the vehicle, hoping to find the missing cat underneath.
March 17, 2005
Assemblyman Tom Harman and City Councilman Gil Coerper have joined together on an idea that the City Council should waste no time approving: adoption of a Camp Pendleton Marine battalion. Like so many others at Camp Pendleton, members of the 3rd Battalion, 1st Marines -- or the "Thundering Third" -- are among the first to deploy when the government calls on our armed services. They have already have served tours of duty in Iraq. When they are stationed overseas, it is not just the Marines suffering the obvious hardship of being far from home and in such dangerous circumstances.
August 17, 2005
JUNE is a 2-year-old American Kennel Club-registered purebred beagle. Unable to care for her any longer, June's owners are putting her up for adoption through the Animal Network. "She's a loving people puppy. We live in a condominium on a bluff, and we have a long patio.... It isn't enough to keep her interest. She needs a place to run," her owner, Julie Hume, said. June is in need of an active household, preferably with children or other dogs, who can keep up with her energetic nature.
September 14, 2005
BABY Baby is a 2-year-old Chihuahua mix that was seen dodging cars at a busy intersection last Saturday by a concerned motorist. The rescuer is working with Community Animal Network, providing foster care. We are waiting for the owner to contact us before Friday, or the lucky little dog will be available to go to a permanent home. We are seeking a home with no other dogs and someone who has the time to enjoy all the love this little dog has to give.