04/2015 If you are looking for the sweetest of sweet, then Channing may be the kitty for you. He is a darling 6 month old kitty that is very lucky that a volunteer happened to care and pick him up. Channing was found running stray and was diagnosed with mange. He is also going through what our vet called a dental explosion. All of his baby kitty teeth are being replaced by the adult teeth at the same time. Despite all this, Channing is still as sweet as a spoon full of sugar.
Channing is adopted through our partners in the Cat Network. Adoption donation will be $85. He will be vaccinated, tested and microchipped. He will also be NEUTERED. Email email@example.com if you are interested in sweetening up your life!
Donations are critical to our existence -- they help us to continue rescuing these animals and to make sure that they are healthy and properly socialized before being adopted.Thank you for considering a rescued animal from This Is The Dog!
1. Complete Adoption Application and fax to 305-247-9127 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Meet with the dog or cat and bring treats
3. Complete Adoption Contract
4. Adoption Donation $85 for cats with microchip and $200 for dogs. Adoption donation for dogs includes Spay/Neuter, Up to Date Vaccines, Microchip, Deworming, and Heartworm Check if needed. Adoption donation for cats/kittens includes Spay/Neuter, Up to Date Vaccines, Deworming, FeLV/FIV testing
5. Thank you!
This is the Dog! does not have a shelter. Our dogs and cats are in boarding and in foster homes primarily in Homestead, FL. We are a small group of volunteers.
It is worth the drive South from Miami or North from the Keys to find your canine or feline companion. This Is The Dog! (or Cat!) for you!
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