Pet of the Week - Max

A handsome Anatolian Shepherd, Max was originally adopted from the HSVC as a 7-month-old puppy in 2017. He was recently returned to the shelter after his previous owner could no longer care for him. Max may be a larger dog, but don't let his size fool you! This gentle giant loves back scratches and belly rubs more than anything! Sometimes he will even use his body weight to press up against you just so he can be closer to the cuddles. He is so sweet!

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Pet of the Week - Cleo

Cleo is so gorgeous, she looks like she just stepped out of a magazine! Four-year-old Cleo has been patiently waiting for her perfect forever home since early December. She is house trained, loves to spend time outdoors, and enjoys going on pack walks. A gorgeous long-haired German Shepherd, Cleo is a very smart girl. However, she could use a little help brushing up on her leash skills around distractions.

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Pet of the Week - Uno

You know Uno is absolutely adorable! This three-month-old cutie was brought to the shelter with nine other kittens to find new homes. Little Uno is very sweet, curious, and isn't afraid to tell you how he is feeling. He loves to play with toys and explore his surroundings. As the last kitten left of his litter, he is patiently waiting for his own forever home!

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Pet of the Week - Simon

Simon says…adopt me! This guy has come a long way since he first came to our shelter in mid-October. Simon, a 2-year-old Chihuahua, was one of 21 dogs transferred to the HSVC as part of a dog hoarding case in Santa Barbara County. He was nearly hairless and very scared when he first arrived. After being examined by our vet, it was determined Simon had Atopic Dermatitis and several other allergies.

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Pet of the Week - Sunset

This girl is so gorgeous, it's no wonder why we named her Sunset! Senior cat Sunset is an 8-year-old gray tabby who has been searching for her forever home since mid-October. She is full-grown, but we like to call her a "forever kitten" because she is smaller than most adult kitties. Sunset can be shy at times, but she is very affectionate when she is comfortable with you. She gets along well with other cats and would be an excellent companion for anyone looking for a sweet, cuddly senior cat.

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Pet of the Week - Max

Four-year-old Max has the most adorable smile! A handsome Anatolian Shepherd, Max was originally adopted from the HSVC as a 7-month-old puppy in 2017. He was recently returned to the shelter after his previous owner could no longer care for him.

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Pet of the Week - Bonnie

Meet Bonnie! A gorgeous calico cat, 10-year-old Bonnie was brought to the HSVC in late November as an owner surrender. Her hobbies include taking long cat naps, lounging in the sun, and grooming herself to stay beautiful. Because she is a senior cat, Bonnie's adoption fee is only $75! Help us find her a forever home this holiday season!

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Pet of the Week - Wendy Nova

A gorgeous Quarterhorse and Arabian mix, Wendy Nova is still searching for her forever home! The 13-year-old mare was brought to the shelter in 2008 as a result of an abuse and neglect case. After being adopted out briefly, Wendy Nova was returned to the shelter in 2018 through no fault of her own. This pretty girl is not broke to ride, but she has a great foundation of groundwork. She would make a great pasture horse for anyone looking for a sweet and friendly companion.

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Pet of the Week - Beckham

Three-year-old Beckham was transferred to the HSVC in mid-October as part of a dog hoarding case in Santa Barbara County. The adorable Chihuahua mix is a little nervous meeting new friends, but he is very sweet when he gets comfortable with you. Beckham's perfect home would be with a patient owner who is willing to let him adjust to his new surroundings in his own time.

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Pet of the Week - Lili

Meet senior cat Lili! This 12-year-old beauty has been searching for her forever home since mid-September after being brought to the HSVC as part of a cat hoarding case. A shy girl, Lili took a little longer to adjust to her new surroundings in the cat room. However, she has recently opened up and become one of the most friendly cats at our shelter! Lili may be an older kitty, but she still has lots of love to give. Help us find her the forever home she deserves!

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