Snowball is from a feral colony living in an abandoned building in the suburbs of Detroit. When it was discovered she was pregnant she came into the rescue to have her kittens. Snowball had never been in a house before that time and like many feral cats she was slow to adjust. However, her kittens were born on and she has been an excellent mother to four. (They are also listed on the LDDR site.) For quite some time it was feared that the kindest thing for Snowball would be to return her to the feral colony after the kittens were old enough. But she has made such huge strides in figuring out what this house stuff is all about maybe there is a home out there for her! Snowball will need an adoptive family that understands that she will be extremely shy for a long time in adjusting to new surroundings. She will need a quiet place to hide with easy access to food and water for the first few months. If you are the family that understands Snowball's unique needs, please considering bringing her into your home.
Last Day Dog Rescue now microchips all dogs/cats before adoption. Microchips are implanted between the dog's/cat’s shoulder blades and are a permanent form of identification. The microchips are registered to Last Day Dog Rescue with the adopter's info added once adopted. If the dog/cat is ever lost and slips his/her collar/tags the microchip allows the finder to know who to contact if scanned for a microchip. Dogs and cats MUST still have a collar with tags on at all times. Per our contract, we take all our dogs and cats back if for any reason you can't keep your adopted dog or cat.
The petfinder.com system requires that we choose a predominant breed or breed mix for our dogs and cats. Visual breed identification in dogs is unreliable so for most of the dogs we are only guessing at predominant breed or breed mix. We get to know each dog as an individual and will do our best to describe each of our dogs based on personality, not by breed label.
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