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My name is Katy!

Miniature Pinscher Mix Dog for adoption in Ormond Beach, Florida - Katy
Photo 1 - Miniature Pinscher Mix Dog for adoption in Ormond Beach, Florida - Katy
Photo 2 - Miniature Pinscher Mix Dog for adoption in Ormond Beach, Florida - Katy
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I'm being cared for by:
Rescued Hearts Animal Shelter

Facts about Katy

  • Breed: Miniature Pinscher Mix
  • Color: Black - With Tan, Yellow Or Fawn
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Female
Katy is truly an inspirational little girl. She is blind but that doesn't slow her down one bit. She came to us starving and only a skeleton wearing skin and fur. We thought we would be making the end of her life as wonderful as possible. She had other plans! Going from weighing a mere 5 lbs. to 9+ lbs. in a matter of months, she hasn't stopped eating yet. Katy is diabetic and requires insulin twice a day. She is a happy loving little lady and has a lot more life to live. If you think Katy might be the miracle you've been looking for, you call 386-236-8529 to get more info or to set up a time to meet her.

About Rescued Hearts Animal Shelter

About Our Rescue Group...

This Florida Non-Profit 501 (c) (3) Organization was founded in 2007 due to the need for additional services in our local communities. Our goal is simple and very necessary. We want to help build a world where animal shelters are not needed, where people believe that having pets is a privilege and where animals are treated with respect, kindness and compassion.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Come Meet Our Pets...

Petco
1298 Granada Blvd.
Alternating Sundays
Hours 11 am - 4 pm
Come join us and meet our RHAS foster kids!

Our Adoption Process...

We ask that our adopters make a donation, usually between $150.00 to $250.00, to help offset the medical costs associated with each animal. We have an application form and contract to be filled out and we also require a home visit to make sure the animal to be adopted will fit into the new home. All our animals have been vetted, are up to date on shots, are on heartworm preventive, microchipped, and have been spayed or neutered. At any point, if the new family can no longer care for the animal it is to be returned to us, so we can him or her a new home.