I have been involved in rescue for apx 20 years. I have worked with a few different groups. I decided I wanted to do my own rescue because I wanted to be able to do what I felt was right for the animals. I can not sit back with the knowledge and experience I have and know the situation of animals and not do anything. My kids have been raised rescuing animals and even their friends have been involved. I bottle feed, which is my favorite. We are doing a little TNR and we are always willing to give advice on how to help and animal or with vetting. I do this because its my passion. I do this because they can not help themselves.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Since we are a small group starting out things are still being worked out. We just received our Non-Profit 501(c)3 status and are working to get everything up and running. All animals are in foster care and arrangements can be made for them to be seen. We do not do on the spot adoptions
Our Adoption Process...
There is an adoption application required for each animal. We have an online link that people can click and as soon as the application is completed, we get an email. You must be 18 to adopt. We require id, permission from a landlord or if you live with parent, they must give consent. A vet reference and personal reference is required. If a feline is not neutered they must be willing to provide altering info by a certain time or the cat could be taken back. We are willing to assist if needed. 110 for cats that have been altered, and fully vetted. Unaltered 65 with neuter contract. We will follow up on this. Small animals depends on which kind of animal it is. A hamster with complete set up would be 25 dollars. A guinea pig with set up is 45. A rabbit with set up is 45. We are looking into spay and neutering of the rabbits. We offer courtesy posting for people who need to rehome animals. If the animal can not stay in their home, we take them back but you must understand that we need a min of 48 hour notice.
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