A Home Fur Now Rescue is a 501c3 non-profit organization comprised of a group of volunteers dedicated to saving and improving the lives of animals, large and small. Our passion is to save the strays, throwaways and shelter animals. We are committed to rehabilitating, spaying and neutering, providing quality medical care and finding the perfect family for the adoptable animals under our care. We educate the public on the responsibilities of animal ownership and the need for spaying and neutering pets. Adoptions are be carefully arranged to provide members of the community with pets who are compatible with their lifestyle, thereby maintaining successful, permanent adoptions that will benefit both the animal and the adopting family - THE PURRFECT MATCH!
Donate to Our Rescue Group...
We are completely donation based
Please sponsor all of our wonderful wet nosed loves!
Come Meet Our Pets...
If you are interested in meeting with one of our cats or dogs please reach out to us! Our email is email@example.com we will get you an application asap. All of our dogs and cats are in foster homes so an appointment is necessary!
If you can't adopt FOSTER
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Our Adoption Process...
We ask that you be at least 21 years old in order to adopt one of our great pets
We ask for provide proper id showing your current address
Consent to a home visit by a representative of a home
fur now rescue - provide 2 personal references, one of which must be non-relative
Our donation fees vary so please reach out to us with questions!
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