up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Foxi is a very happy and affectionate girl. 47 pounds, good with male dogs and cat friendly, great with kids.She and her play partner hang out for hours just running around the yard and bouncing all over each other. She will do best in an active home with a male dog for her to pal around with She must be an inside member of the family and be afforded plenty of lap/snuggle time each day! Available for adoption or rescue transfer. Adoption fee is $90 and she will be spayed and microchipped prior to placement.
The Bullock County Humane Society Animal Shelter houses dogs and cats that come to us mostly as strays. We have 20 dog kennels and 6 cat cages. We are a rehab, rehome, low-kill shelter. We network with rescues, market our animals online, and conduct off-site adoption events to give our residents the greatest chances of finding loving homes. While the animals are with us, we focus on keeping them safe, healthy comfortable and enriched. All of our cats get daily communal play time and our dogs get individual or partner play time in large outdoor play yards every day for anywhere from 30 minutes to 6 hours at a time, weather dependent.
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Our Adoption Process...
All adoptions are approved on a case by case basis. The shelter manager reserves the right to deny anyone the right to adopt any of our animals. Adoption fees also vary from pet to pet based on factors such as age, health, breed and temperment. Cat fees range from $50 - $60 and dog fees range from $90 - $123. Occasionally we will have reduced adoption fees for a variety of reasons.
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