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Pet of the Week Dog and Cat print

Stu News Newport is delighted to be working with the Newport Beach Animal Shelter to help get the word out in search of loving homes for pets that deserve a warm, nurturing environment and a place to call “home.”

The shelter has THE MOST INCREDIBLE senior cat available for adoption. His name is Sparky and he’s LOVING, LOVING, LOVING! He is literally the nicest cat that has ever blessed this planet. They have held onto him for a bit because they wanted to put some weight on him and get his thyroid situation balanced out. They’ve done really well with that, so he is now ready to share his affections with a very special adopter. Sparky’s adopter will have to, at least, come close to having a heart and soul as incredible as his. He’s very interactive and is truly a master in the art of goodness and love. He is your Xs and Os and they only suggest that you come meet him if you are ready to have true love. 

Pet of the Week Sparky

Courtesy of the Newport Beach Animal Shelter

Meet Sparky

In addition, they have a great new professional photographer who is donating her time to help the shelter get the best out of their pet guests. They invite you to visit Andrea Domjan’s IG page at @andrea_domjan_photography to see all of her fabulous photography that she shares with the world. 

The shelter does require completed application forms for their animals, so simply print one up from their non-profit’s webpage at www.FONBAS.org. After it is completed, you can email it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., and upon review, they’ll call you to schedule an appointment. If you have any questions, call 949.718.3454.

Sparky is waiting for a very special loving and forever home.

Newport Beach Animal Shelter adoption fees:

–Adult Dogs - $150

–Puppies - $225

–Adult Cats - $90

–Kittens - $110

–Rabbits - $45

Also, consider becoming a member of an incredible nonprofit that supports the city’s efforts with providing wonderful opportunities to stray, injured, ill and owner-surrendered domestic pets.