Winter is a spayed female whose exact age is unknown, but she is not too old. She is a little shy, but once she gets to know you she is very sweet. She currently lives in a house with 2 other cats, and a hyper small dog. But she does tend to avoid the other animals. She would probably do better as an only pet or a home with older, calmer pets.
Animal Rescue Ark is a humane non-kill corporation awaiting non-profit status. We have a low cost adoption program for all animals. We are located in Putnam County, New York.
We both have been volunteering with the aid of animals for many years. Michelle has volunteered, and still does, with other non-kill rescue groups for many years. Michelle is also a NYS Licensed Class 1 Wildlife Rehabilitator. Louise's dogs have been trained as therapy dogs and have helped throughout the community for many years. She have also volunteered at Guiding Eyes For The Blind for many years. Louise been trained in animal massage therapy and socialization. She has also worked in the South Bronx helping stray dogs in desperate need of attention. Michelle and Louise are also volunteers for Pawsafe.org which adopts out puppies and older dogs. Please check out their site. They are a fantastic organization and we are proud to be a part of.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Our next adoption event will be on Saturday, December 23rd, 2012
from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm at
Animal Kingdom USA 100 Independent Way Brewster, NY 10509
Our Adoption Process...
We require our perspective adopters to fill out our Adoption Agreement. Once reviewed and approved we then have them fill out our Adoption Contract and pay there required adoption fee. We them give them some basic training on hot to take care of their new adoptee.
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