already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and not good with cats.
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and not good with cats.
1611 Athena Lab BC mix Kortni Athena is a 5 year old girl that needs a new forever home – her parents are moving out of state and will travel all week. Being an active Labrador and Border Collie mix, that is not working out for her! She loves her family with small children, any company and needs exercise. Good on the leash or in a fenced yard, house trained, spayed and up-to-date with shots. She is an Alpha girl and would want to have a laid-back partner or just be an only dog - and too much for cats! Adoption Fee $ 50 to help with vetting/ boarding costs. Courtesy listing
We are primarily working with feral cat colonies - TNR (Trap,Neuter,Return) and provide them food and shelter, but also find homes for abandoned kitties and those of our neighbors and friends who cannot keep them anymore. Our rescue is one of many grass root groups who are saving pets lifes and prevent unwanted litters.
Our funds are sourced from dog sitting, donations, our own money and adoption fees. Every dollar we receive is put back into the rescue.
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We have no place to display our adoptable kitties other than our homes and homes of our friends. You are welcome anytime to play with them! Best is to contact us and we arrange a meeting.
Our Adoption Process...
We want to meet our potential parents and require that an application is filled out to make sure that we are on the same page. When you adopt, you sign a contract with us that you will look after your kitty and understand liabilities and consequences.
All our adoptable pets are fully vetted, spayed/neutered and have a microchip Our adoption fee covers part of the vet costs.
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