Who Is the Animal Network of Orange County?
- Animal Network was founded By DiAnna Pfaff-Martin, who also
founded, Community Animal Network a non-profit vet medical rescue
501.3C that rescues local death row shelter and abandoned animals.
- Network placement dollars protect Community Animal Network's
donated dollars by taking all operations debt. Community Animal
Network's donated dollars go only to vet services and medical
supplies, food and care of the rescue animals.
- Places private party and rescue dogs and cats into new homes
for a small fee. (Fee Waived For Rescue Organizations Who Volunteer
- A pro-quality-life organization that believes animals have
the right to find a home they are happy in.
- A good choice for people who need new homes for their pets
and want to avoid the uncertainty of the shelter system.
- Successful in finding new homes for local animals. Placed
600 animals into new homes in the year 2001.
- Has a strong referral base and a successful website here at:
- www.animalnetwork.org Offers A Free Missing Pet Directory
For Local animals and Pet Friendly Rental Real Estate Listing
- A Photo Of “The Pet Of The Week” Is Featured In The Daily
Pilot Newspaper Announcing The Upcoming Adoptions
- Promotes Animals At Newport Beach’s Exclusive Fashion Island
Shopping Center and at Irvine Market Place In
Front Of Russo’s Pet Store
- Accepts Volunteers as Young As Elementary Age To Interface
Politely With The Public At Public Adoption Events.
Who Is C.A.N.?
- C.A.N. (Community Animal Network) rescues sick, injured, pregnant
and animals deemed unadoptable with treatable conditions from
shelters on death row.
- CAN (Community Animal Network) is citizen operated, the organization
pays for all expenses for the foster families who are the caregivers
for the rescue animals. (vet services, vet medical supplies
and all food, litter and supplies)
- We're a local Newport Beach 501.C non-profit corporation,
Tax ID 33-0971560
- CAN protects Newport Beach shelter animals by giving visibility
to "at risk" animals, in the Daily Pilot. We also pay for needed
surgeries to make the animals adoptable and promote death row
animals in high traffic business locations.
- Local high school students receive community service hours
for helping to rescue death row animals and for caring for them
in their homes. Elementary age volunteers interface politely
with the public at public adoption events.
C.A.N. is a pro-quality-life organization. We save the lives
of animals on death row and treat their curable illnesses and conditions.
To make a donation and give life to animals that otherwise do not
have a chance at shelters, please
Make Tax Deductible Veterinary Medical Donations To :
Community Animal Network
FED TAX ID 33-0971560
P.O. Box 8662
Newport Beach, California 92658
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About the Founder and Director, DiAnna Pfaff-Martin:
Letters to the Founder
DiAnna Pfaff-Martin was raised in Newport Beach, CA. Daughter
of well-respected Dr.Dudley A. Pfaff Jr. who volunteered his time
to be the team physician for Jr. Lifeguards, Pop Warner and Junior
All American football teams, as well as for the local Costa Mesa
and Newport Beach High schools, giving physicals and treating
the teams at the bench until his retirement.
DiAnna remembers a Newport Beach with hills to roll down and
her horses to ride and many animals made her house a home. Since
1996, DiAnna began making a difference in the life of local
pets in 1996 when she began publishing her own local pet paper,
educating pet owners, and getting animals new home through ads
in her publication, "The Community Animal Report."
She became successful by publicly promoting her pet paper and
photos of local shelter animals in high traffic business areas
in Newport Beach, California.
Her first animal organization, “The Community Animal Network”aka
C.A.N., restructured into a public benefit tax exempt corporation
in the year 2001 to allow the pet-loving community to give their
dollars to support the veterinarian needs and the care of local
DiAnna founded her second animal organization, “The Animal
Network of Orange County” as a pet placement organization, continuing
her work to promote local animals finding new homes. The Animal
Network takes all operations debt for C.A.N. (Community Animal
Network) thereby protecting donated dollars to be used only
for the vet medical needs and care of local death row and abandoned
Di Anna publishes a “new” special topic publication called,
“The Animal Report Of Orange County” as a community
Ms. Pfaff-Martin has modeled nationally since age 16, designed
and manufactured her own clothing line in San Francisco during
the 70's she called, "creative classics. In the 80's she
married and had a son. DiAnna and her husband operated a bed and
breakfast called, "The Masonic Manor" in San Francisco,
in which DiAnna designed the "Iris" suite and "Orchid"
room for travelers' enjoyment and incorporated fashion shows
for some guests entertainment. DiAnna founded a three dimensional
image company (visual, verbal and non-verbal image management),
called California Image Advisors in 1987. She continues her work
upon request for her long term clients. DiAnna has found her “passion’s
purpose” in getting animals new homes.
How Local Businesses Benefit:
- Advertising your business increases your visibility and
you receive community goodwill.
- Businesses that support animal organizations increase in
their business, thereby increasing profits.
- People who adopt animals often purchase other products and
dine at nearby stores during adoption events each weekend.
- Sponsoring companies are benefited by having their name/advertisement
added to our website.
How to Contact THE ANIMAL NETWORK Of Orange County
List Your Pet For Adoption:
To Become A Foster Family To An Animal In Need:
e-mail us at Contact@animalnetwork.org
THE ANIMAL NETWORK OF ORANGE COUNTY
P.O. Box 8662,
Newport Beach, CA 92658
Animal Network assumes no liability or responsibility for the
actions or behavior of animals listed herein, referred by phone,
pictured here, sponsored in the local papers, or fostered in
spay, neuter, microchip, collar and tag your pets.