When we came to meet Daisy, she proceeded to jump right into our car so we decided we would take her home for a visit. She never left!Read More
Maisey, formerly Shy Shannon, was the most timid of the nine kittens rescued by a VIPP volunteer, and as the other more outgoing kittens were adopted one by one or two by two, Shy Shannon remained behind.Read More
Dan firmly believes that when looking for a pet, you should always adopt from a shelter and that pet adoption is a two-way street. Both pet and guardian give and receive love, making life better for both! Dan thanks VIPP and Amy Carey for bringing him and Loki together.Read More
Jill fell in love with Ben from his picture in the Beachcomber and immediately told her husband that we “gotta go meet him”. It was something about his eyes and intense stare. They met on a Center Forest trailhead and a few short minutes later, knew he was the one.Read More
We think she has adjusted to our house and family and I am so happy that we came back for her - we really needed a cat that could be showered with affection by Shelby - and that is Miss Chips!Read More
A stray cat was brought into VIPP and fortunately he had a micro-chip. This cat was Tinker - a kitty that had been on VIPP's Lost and Found page since 2009.Read More
Missing dogs Phoebe and Tillie had a lot of people scared when they went missing for so long. When they were found, their story went viral and the two dogs were invited to meet the Governor as well as being flown to LA to be on the Today Show. What an amazing VIPP Story!
We love seeing recent VIPP dog, Butters chillaxin in his happily ever after forever home. A critical part of our adoption process is taking time to make sure our pooches are only placed in thoroughly vetted homes that are well matched to the dogs needs.Read More
Introducing Happy Tails! These Blog posts are updates on former dogs and cats that were adopted through VIPP. Our first Happy Tail, is a sweet update about former foster Jona.