Zinny (short for Zinnia) and her two brothers and two sisters were rescued from a very dangerous outdoor location. She and her siblings are known as the Kitty Club kittens. Zinny likes to climb and play with all the toys. She also likes to explore different places to hide where she can jump our and surprise whoever is passing by. Zinny has really gotten the hang of indoor living and doesn't mind all the humans that come to see her. She would really like to go home with one of them forever! Zinny was born at the beginning of June, 2016.
Animal Lifeline Inc., is a small non-profit rescue organization, dedicated to the care and rehabilitation of sick and/or injured stray and abandoned dogs and cats. Created by the employees of an animal hospital in Burlington County, NJ, we believe that as animal health care professionals, we not only have the opportunity, but also the responsibility to help animals that shelters might otherwise be forced to euthanize. Animal Lifeline, Inc. is an animal rescue group, not a shelter. Animals are placed in foster care whenever possible; they're boarded at a veterinary hospital when foster homes are not available, or when illness prevents in-home care. All animals are examined by veterinarians. Dogs are heart-worm tested, and cats are FIV/FELV tested. They are fully vaccinated, wormed and spayed or neutered (if old enough).
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Contact us via email (Animal_Lifeline@comcast.net) if you are interested in meeting our pets.
Our Adoption Process...
To ensure our pets go to the home best suited for them, we need to get to know you. Please submit your information on the adoption application form on our website: http://www.animallifeline.org/adoption-application.html
Our adoption fees vary dependant on the pet's situation, but are never more than $130.00.
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