already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, not good with kids, and good with dogs.
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, not good with kids, and good with dogs.
rapper's story is one that you will never forget. After leading animal control to her babies and helping them load them all she jumped in the ACO's vehicle on her own as if to say "Okay we can go now." Wrappers puppies were all adopted and she was left behind. She knew her days were limited but it was okay because her puppies were all safe and had a bright future. The shelter workers named her Wrapper because she would "wrap" herself around them when they came to see her. It was not Wrapper's day to die. She is with us now and ready for her furever home. Wrapper is good with other dogs, but we don't know about cats. She is a laid back kind of gal that loves belly rubs and playing in the water! If you are interested in this wonderful mature girl email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
After volunteering for another rescue for five years we followed our hearts and obtained our own 501(c)3. These animals have done nothing wrong but are totally at the mercy of humans. We take these broken, abused little bodies, and work to heal their wounds and mend their souls. Our desire is to give them hope and a new start, to teach the public that a pet is a life time commitment and one at a time find them all a home.
Our Adoption Process...
An adoption application is submitted and reviewed by the directors. A meet and greet follows if application is approved. We have an adoption contract, a puppy addendum when necessary and, spay/neuter contract should the animal not be old enough. We do follow up home checks on all adoptions. Adoption donation/fee is $150 for dogs, $75.00 for cats.
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