Spectre was surrendered under terrible circumstances and false pretenses. He was brought to a shelter while his mother was giving birth to his brother and him. One of his siblings didn't survive due to the stress of the situation.
In true James Bond fashion, Spectre lived to die another day. Diamonds might be forever but his living situation was not and now he needs home. He would happily be for your eyes only. Before he was rescued, the world was not enough but now, he is learning to never say never again to a loving home.
Spectre is adorable and would love the living daylights out of a new home.
Are you the perfect forever home for Spectre?
Approximate date of birth: 6/26/16
Weight: 2 lbs
Adoption fee: $ 99 (pre-spay/neuter fee)
Notes: Spectre is not yet neutered because he is still too young. If Spectre is adopted prior to the alteration, the adopter will be responsible for the neuter surgery, in accordance with VA state law.
ALL animals adopted from the Stafford SPCA must be spayed or neutered when age appropriate; adopters will sign a contract agreeing to do so when age appropriate; and the Stafford SPCA will follow up with adopters to ensure the alteration is completed in accordance with state regulations.
1) Print adoption application here:
2) Email to firstname.lastname@example.org OR Fax to 866-522-8042.
Please see our website for details on our adoption process, and feel free to email with any questions about the process or about the pet you're interested in.
Home visits required and dog adoptions do require structural fencing. Stafford SPCA does not condone the exclusive use of invisible fencing. We reserve the right to deny placement of puppies and kittens into homes with children under 5 years old.
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