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Hinesville, GA 31313
Pets at Our Rescue Group:
Cities, Towns, and/or Counties We Serve:We are a non-profit group of volunteers (no paid employees) who rescue dogs and cats from Liberty County Animal Control in Hinesville, GA, that are at high risk of euthanasia due to overcrowding. Carpathia Paws is not a shelter, but a pet adoption and foster care system that helps these dogs and cats be released from animal control before their time is up.
About Our Rescue Group:Our Mission:
Carpathia Paws, Inc. is a non-profit organization whose mission is to eliminate the euthanasia of cats and dogs through rescue, spay/neuter and education programs.
Come Meet our Pets:If you would like to meet one of our available pets, please contact us to make an appointment.
Our Adoption Process:Carpathia Paws is very concerned with the well being of the dogs and cats that are adopted out through us. Any potential adopters must fill out an adoption application, which will help us learn more about you and together we can make sure the pet and you are compatible, and offer advice on how to make the transition and acclimation easier for both of you. Once the application is approved, you will sign a contract, which includes a spay/neuter agreement.
All pets adopted out through Carpathia Paws are either already spayed/neutered or MUST be spayed or neutered at the appropriate age. Sterilization is required for all animals released from Liberty County Animal Control facility. A fine of $500 is imposed upon non compliance. If the pet is not already sterilized, the adopter will sign the mandatory spay/neuter agreement. The adopter will be notified when the next transport to First Coast No More Homeless Pets in Jacksonville, FL takes place, which will take the pets to be spayed/neuter and vaccinated. The pets leave early in the morning and will be back with their adopted family that night. The general adoption fee, which covers the spay/neuter surgery and a Rabies shot is $50 for male cats and $65 for female cats. Additional vetting is available upon the adopters request.
Often, little or no information is known about the petís history or vet records, especially pets coming from death row. In this case, the adopting family should make an appointment with their vet as soon as possible. However, sometimes the pets have had some vet care through Carpathia Paws or a foster family so each pet is different. Any existing vet records will be delivered with the pet.