already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, and not good with cats.
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, and not good with cats.
Catalina is a two-year-old Siamese. She has a joyful demeanor and a sweet disposition. She loves people. She doesn’t do well with other cats due to her past experiences. Catalina would love to be the queen of the house! She loves to play and is learning to like being picked up and held. Catalina is a chirper and meows when she has something important to say!
“They may come to us as mysteries, but through compassion, care and dedication they will leave us as lifelong friends.” – Mystery Dog Rescue
The mission of Mystery Dog Rescue is to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home homeless, unwanted and abandoned animals. Our goal is to place each animal into safe, loving and permanent homes, while promoting responsible pet ownership.
It is the vision of Mystery Dog Rescue that every pet entering our care is provided with shelter, companionship, excellent care, training and love. At end of their stay with us the animals are healthy, happy, playful and calm. Their physical, mental and emotional well-being is high and every single pet that is adoptable finds a forever home.
Come Meet Our Pets...
All of our pets live in homes and come together for adoption events. You can meet our pets at any of our adoption events. We list our events on our website and facebook page.
If that is not convenient, you can also call us to arrange a "Mystery" date.
Our Adoption Process...
We require an adoption application. If renters, we must have landlord's consent. If approved, we also have an adoption agreement form. Our adoption fees for dogs is typically $125. Our adoption fee for cats is typically $50.
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