If you love Tabby cats you will love MO - he is a sweet, gentle boy who loves to snuggle up and talk to you. He would be happy to have a feline companion or as an only kitty. MO has been fully vetted and snap tested and is healthy and ready for his forever home . Foster to Adopt .
creatureKIND is a 501c3 non-profit founded in 2012 with the motto of "working toward a future where animal suffering is a thing of the past". Our founder has been involved in all aspects of animal advocacy issues for 20 years, and through that experience and knowledge is developing programs specifically to support the underlying problems which result in pet over-population and the senseless death of so many innocent creatures every year in this country, in addition to advocating for solutions to any situation which brings suffering to living creatures of all kinds. Programs include Spay & Neuter initiatives & incentives, educational tools and Community services. Rescue is not the focus of what we do, but will always be a part of it, especially as pertains to helping animals in dire need and bringing more awareness to the problems which have to be addressed in order for real change to happen
Come Meet Our Pets...
TBA - as a new organization we are still developing a solid volunteer base so we can establish more regular adoption events in the area. Until then, a meet & greet can easily be arranged once the adoption application has been approved.
Our Adoption Process...
Thank you for your interest in a creatureKIND animal for adoption. We are a volunteer run non-profit organization so it may take longer than a day for your inquiry to be answered - Thank you for you understanding - and for choosing to adopt an animal in need ! Our process is as follows: 1. Application to be filled out 2. Meet & Greet arranged 3. Home Safety Visit 4. Adoption Contract & Adoption Donation ( $100 cats/ $200 dogs/ $300 puppies )
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