Some pets are in the Shelter and others in Foster homes. Scroll thru description for contact info!! Or you may email firstname.lastname@example.org for pet info!
Aramis update from foster mom: I wanted to let you know up front that this boy will need some extra attention and patience from his adopters. He does well with me and my cat but is for sure not a fan of my dogs and gets really freaked out and all hissy when they approach him. He apparently was a big hider at the previous adopter's home, so I have to continuously force him to stay out in the living room where all the action is, but he does try to go and hide in my back room or under the bed if I leave all the doors open to those rooms. Continuing to work with him and forcing him out where the action is will be crucial in helping him feel comfortable and safe, or he may just resort back to hiding away and not coming out.
He is certainly a beautiful boy but does have a little personality that will need to be worked with. Unfortunately, it doesn't sound like his life has been very stable as I think he was a stray, so I'm sure that plays into why he's so scared and unsure of people. I have had him back at my house since Monday morning and he's getting nicely settled in and loves playing with my cat (when the dogs are outside or sleeping, that is!). The other gentleman who adopted him did not have any cats, and I think that played a part into why he was so scared. I'm going to go ahead and recommend that Aramis has another cat/kitten friend at his new home, as he seems to be much better now that he's got my cat to watch and learn from. If you don't have a cat, that's fine, but I just think he'd warm up much faster if he did, as that's how it's been here at my home.
Aramis is a beautiful medium hair length kitten and the only brother not to be adopted yet. His tail is so beautiful as it has longer hair than his body and all of his hair is silky soft. Maybe not adopted yet because he is so shy. At the shelter he does not meow to get your attention and in fact hangs out in his bed to watch. If you open the door he will come to the front and roll over for some rubbing. He is a quiet thoughtful cat that would like nothing more than a family of his own. He does not appear to be rambunctious and seldom plays with the toys in his cage. If I could have him I would try and engage him in some wand playing or laser light chasing since young still and needs to know it is OK to be fun. He is probably close to 10 pounds already and has some big feet so has that big look about him. Please trial him, get to know him and hopefully he will be the one you have been looking for. He is about 6 months old as of Oct 1.
contact foster mom Annie at email@example.com for more info!
GAP does not test for Feline Leukemia (FeLV) or Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) and it is up to the adopter if they wish to have these tests and to pay for that charge. The cats receive FVRCP-FELK vaccinations and Rabies vaccination.
Shelter Dogs: Fully Vetted Males are $100 and Fully Vetted Females are $125 (Fully Vetted means the dog has been spayed/neutered, vaccinated, including rabies shot, and heartworm tested) Dogs Not Vetted: Males are $60 and Females are $85 (You will be responsible for taking the dog to be spayed/neutered at Animal Hosp & Clinic of Arlington, within 30 days, and this adoption fee will include the spay/neuter, vaccinations, and rabies shot. It will not include a heartworm test)
Dogs in Foster Care: Males are $100 and Females are $125 – This includes spay/neuter, vaccinations, including rabies, and a heartworm test thru Animal Hospital & Clinic of Arlington.
Puppies under 4 months old are $125 for males and $150 for females and this includes 4 sets of vaccinations, deworming and spay/neuter, rabies shot when old enough!
Cats – Shelter or Foster: Females are $85 and Males are $60 - This includes spay/neuter and vaccinations (FVRCP-FELK and Rabies) thru Animal Hospital & Clinic of Arlington. If cat is not altered, spay/neuter appointment must be set within 30 days of adoption.
Kittens under 3 months old – Females are $100 and Males are $75. This includes two sets of vaccinations (8-10 wks & 12 weeks + rabies shot), deworming, and spay/neuter when old enough.
If a pet has a special adoption fee, it will be listed in their individual posting!!
For pets in the shelter, please refer to the PET ID# when calling the Euless Animal Shelter at 817-685-1594.
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