already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Pepper has come a long way since we rescued her. She was born to a stray mom and was the least friendliest of her siblings. She was never mean, just did not like human interaction and kept to herself. She has since blossomed in foster care and now is a very loving 5 month old girl. She likes being held, loved on, and will purr with happiness. All of her siblings have been adopted and she really would love to find a home to call her own. Please email CatsRoadHomeRescue@earthlink.net for an adoption application. Pepper's adoption fee is $85
We are a small group who try to save dogs off death row in the south.We pull them mostly from Ga, SC, and NC. Some are from Tn and KY or wherever we can help them. So many dogs are killed in gas chambers in the South and we have to do whatever we can to help these poor animals who by no fault of their own are homeless. We are all volunteers and always need foster homes for any time you have available and donations to help pay our vetting bills. Heartworm treatment can be very expensive . We are so appreciative of any help and so are the pups.
Come Meet Our Pets...
We set up a meeting for you to meet the dog at our home where the dog is most comfortable and in his natural surroundings. . We have fosters in Cary, Morrisville and Charlotte. They are wonderful people who help save these lives.
Our Adoption Process...
We have an application to be filled out and upon approval within 2 days we have you meet the dog. Then we arrange a foster/trial adoption week. We also like to schedule a home visit before the final contracts . Our adoption fee ranges from a low $125-to a high of $350 . Most average $225 to cover the cost of our vetting.
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