already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Carly is a cute little tortoise shell girl! She was rescued from the shelter at the peak of kitten season when so many never make it out alive. She is a happy and energetic girl. Torties are known for their attitude — or tortitude as it’s known so we wouldn’t be surprised if she ends up being a bit of a sassy girl when she grows up! She loves playing and cuddling with her sister Peggy.
Founded in 1999, Much Love Animal Rescue is a non-profit, 100% no-kill, rescue group. MLAR is run entirely by volunteers who give countless hours to help fight the plight of homeless animals. Focused on rescuing dogs and cats in danger of euthanization at the city and county shelters of Los Angeles, Much Love takes in all breeds, shapes and sizes of all ages, providing medical care, training and rehabilitation until safe and loving homes are found through our adoption process.
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Much Love does not have a permanent facility and conducts mobile adoptions on the weekends in Santa Monica.
Please visit our web site, www.muchlove.org, for weekend adoption locations.
Our Adoption Process...
Each adoption requires an approved two-page application, an approved home check and a binding contract. Fees are $250 for dogs, $300 for puppies, $55 for cats, and $75 for kittens. Remember we are 100% non-profit so these donations go entirely to the animals!
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