I'm being cared for by: Animal Care and Adoption Center
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Facts about Goldie
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Color: Orange Or Red (Mostly)
good with cats.
I am good with cats.
All cats adopted from Animal Care and Adoption Center Texarkana, Arkansas must be spayed or neutered. To spay costs $87 and to neuter costs $71. All cats must receive their rabies shot and be given a microchip.
Act quickly to adopt Goldie. Pets at this Shelter may be held for only a short time.
At the Animal Care & Adoption Center, we encourage and respect the animal-human bond while anticipating and providing services that insure public health and safety through the proper promotion of animal welfare. Proactive animal-control enforcement, quality education in recognizing and preventing animal cruelty, and the enactment of progressive humane initiatives to relieve animal suffering are imperative. We also provide care and placement for unwanted animals through quality adoptions, licensed rescue, foster programs and transport programs.
Come Meet Our Pets...
The Animal Care and Adoption Center is located at 203 Harrision St, Texarkana, AR 71854. Adoption hours are 11am -5pm Monday through Friday and from 11am-2pm on Saturday.
Our Adoption Process...
The adoption fee for dogs is $40 and for cats is $20. All animals are required to be spayed/neutered and receive a rabies vaccine and microchip prior to leaving the shelter. Spay costs are $99-146 and neuter costs are $89-107 depending on the weight of the dog. Cat spay costs $87 and cat neuter costs $71. The rabies vaccine is $15. Microchips cost $20
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