The Shelter Is Open!
Adoption Center Hours
Tuesday - Saturday 11am-3pm
Thank you for your support and for working with us over the past year during the pandemic. We are happy to announce that our adoption center is now open to the public for those looking to adopt a cat or dog. We will be limiting the amount of visitors inside the adoption center at one time and ask that all visitors wear a mask.
It is encouraged to visit our adoptable pets on our website and to fill out an application online if you are interested in adopting. Learn more about our adoption process by clicking the appropriate button below.
About Our Shelter
ORHS works to end animal overpopulation and disease through an aggressive spay/neuter program for the pets of low-income residents in our community. We know of no other community spay/neuter program that offers NO-COST surgeries for the pets of needy residents.
We help needy families feed and care for their pets, serve as advocates for animals and their people, and educate the public about compassion and responsibility toward all animals.
Our adoption center is a no-kill facility where all incoming animals accepted are evaluated, medically treated and rehabilitated when needed. ORHS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that does not receive any government funding and relies on the goodwill and generosity of individuals and corporations.
Featured Dog: Milo
This sweet and loving chihuahua/mix is only about 3 years old and is a spunky little guy. When Milo looks at you, with his endearing underbite, your heart will melt. He loves his walks, is great on a leash and wants to make friends with the other dogs in our care. If you have room in your heart and your lap for this boy, please complete an application online.
Featured Cat: Tock
Tock and his brother, Tick were found inside a car engine. They are now 5 months old and doing great! They are practically identical, except for their personalities. Tock is the more reserved of the two, but will make an excellent companion for a lucky person. Come and meet them both … you may find that two is better than one!