RROC is an Orange County based 501(c)3 Non-Profit Public Benefit Organization
RROC's purpose is to find quality homes for reptiles, amphibians, Invertebrates, and all other exotic animals that people can no longer care for. RROC also provides education for the public relating to exotic animals. We carefully screen all potential adopters.
RROC will take in any reptile, amphibian, arachnid, or other exotic animal that needs a new home and/or medical attention. We have years of experience keeping and working with these animals. For more info on the adoption process, please see our "Adoption Policies" page.
We hope this site can provide a service of finding good homes, with good people for these amazing animals!
For anyone unfamiliar with the term "herp", this term comes from the word herpetology and is used to include all reptiles and amphibians.
If you have a pet arachnid that you no longer wish to keep, or must get rid of, give us a call. We can take in anything from scorpions to tarantulas.
RROC is currently comprised of Sam Makki, Eric Alspaugh, Lynda Bagley, Matthew Durham, Michelle Holcomb, and Rob Grace. RROC does NOT have affiliates or "partners". If someone not listed here shows up claiming to be affiliated with this organization please call (949) 291-0701 immediately to verify. Thank you.