Kit is best friends with Butter. Please adopt both of them so they can stay together!
I am already spayed and up to date with shots.
The gray DMH is the male kitten, named Butter. He has yellow/green eyes and some lightly visible stripes. The black DSH is the female, Kit. She has random white hairs around her body, though not enough to call them spots. Her eyes are a beautiful deep gold and she is very fast and very smart. Both are about 6 months old, very social and love to be around people. They are fixed and vaccinated, currently residing in Fullerton, CA. Both were rescued from the streets at a young age and looking for a wonderful family to be a part of. Please call 310-679-8200, ask for Emily if interested.
We rescue because we have to. If you walk into a shelter you will know why.
click link above at fghmovie.com and find the animals rescued link - to see our recent rescue stories. Or the AdoptAPet link to see our adoptable pets.
Donate to Our Rescue Group...
Come Meet Our Pets...
Varies. Please contact us for days and times.
Our Adoption Process...
Application, Home Check, Fee (around 300-350) [because it generally costs us about 500 to bail a dog from a shelter, take it to a vet, clean it up and foster and care for it until it finds a permanent home], and finally the Contract.
If you have questions about the fee... watch the HBO movie called DEALING DOGS. It shows how people STEAL dogs and sell them to a Class B Dealer who in turn sells them to schools and labs for horrific experiments.
Experimenting on animals was once necessary but Doctors have told me that it is no longer needed because our medicine is at a microscopic level and beyond... that it is just wasted. In another documentary I heard Doctors saying when they were in Med School animal testing was a joke because it was like just doing it because it was on the curriculum, rather than getting any real educational value from it.
Also see information and trailers about our movie about a girl who rescues animals FREE to a Good Home www.fghmovie.com
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