I'm being cared for by: Kitsap Animal Rescue & Education (KARE)
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Graham
Graham is a pygmy goat. He is a buck and has his horns. He is about 7-8 years old. He is a very sweet lil guy. He is shy at times but will eat out of your hands. He isn't used to being touched so he tends to run away when you reach for him to pet him. Once you get a hold of him he starts to calm down quickly. He will let you trim his hooves with no problems. He is not aggressive in any way, he just takes time to warm up to you. He gets along very well with the two Weathers he is currently with. Graham will follow the other two goats anywhere they go and does not wonder away when let out in the yard to roam free. He is currently eating timothy hay and 1-2 lbs. of goat tender pellets a day. He also gets free choice of sweetlix minerals and baking soda. His front teeth are worn down quite a bit so he sometimes struggles to eat hay or brush. He is also a very quite guy. Graham is up to date on shots and wormed. His adoption fee is $50.00. If you are interested in adopting Graham contact KARE at email@example.com and request an application.
We are a local, non-profit organization based out of Kitsap County that rescues at-risk pets and educates people for the sake of their pets. Our goal is to educate people on understanding and learning how to communicate with their pets in hopes of reducing the number of homeless pets. KARE rescues adoptable dogs and cats that may not thrive in the shelter environment and simply need a good home and a little training and TLC to make them great pets.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Our classes are (mostly) free and open to the public. Visit www.nwkare.org/events to see a list of upcoming classes and special events hosted by KARE. Visit www.nwkare.org/subscribe to sign up for our mailing list to get our monthly newsletter, notifications on available adoptions, volunteer opportunities, and more! Find us on facebook.com/nwkare and twitter.com/northwestkare
Our Adoption Process...
Adoption fees usually include spay/neuter, shots and micro- chipping. Applications and interviews are required. Visit www.nwkare.org/FAQ for more information and forms.
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