Get ready for the greatest love of your life!!!
Please learn more about us and our available pets at Robin Hood Animal Rescue.
Robin Hood Animal Rescue - Margo is a beautiful Maine Coon/ classic brown tabby mix girl who needs a rather special placement. She was one of our first bottle fed kittens. Unknown to us, she was dumped twice at the humane society. The second time, we were notified.
Margo is one of those cats who has an ankle fetish. Perhaps, that is why the people who adopted her decided to abandon her at the humane society. Because she is a nipper she shouldn't go to a home with children.
She likes other cats and is used to nice dogs.
She is a bit older, but still very full of life!
To us, Margo is a gorgeous girl deserving of a loving home, even if she does nip at your ankles.
As with all our foster cat children, she has been altered, micro chipped, has had her shots, and has been tested for FIV and feline leukemia.
Please e-mail Shelley at email@example.com for more information.
APRIL 2016: THE USUAL ADOPTION FEE FOR DOGS/PUPPIES VARIES GIVEN AGE, BREED, ETC.. All have been spay/neutered, vaccinated and micro chipped.
OUR ADOPTION FEE FOR MANY OF OUR ADULT CATS WILL START AT $50.00. All have been spay/neutered, FIV/leukemia tested, vaccinated and micro chipped.
If you find one who has taken your heart, please call us at (623) 680-1170. *We will adopt out of state.*
Donations can be made via PayPal by clicking on the above button or through our website: www.RobinHoodAnimalRescue.org
If you would like to make a donation via check please make your check payable to: Robin Hood Animal Rescue and send it the following address:
RHAR c/o VIP Grooming
8255 West Jefferson
Peoria, AZ 85345
Donations are used for medical, supplies, food and other operating expenses. Everyone here at Robin Hood Animal Rescue (two and four legged/furry and not as furry) thank you in advance.
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