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My name is Sara & Mila!

Gerbil for adoption in Medfield, Massachusetts - Sara & Mila
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Medfield Animal Shelter

Facts about Sara & Mila

  • Species: Gerbil
  • Color: Brown Or Chocolate
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Short
Mila and Sara are a pair of one-year-old female gerbils. They are playful, active, and love each other's company.
Mila is black and white striped and Sara is brown and white. Their adoption fee is $35 which includes their tank and hideaways.
Gerbils are relatively low maintenance pets. They do best in pairs and are active both during the day and night. Gerbils eat a diet that mainly consists of commercial gerbil food with fresh veggies as treats. They benefit from a little bit of handling each day and bedding to burrow in.
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About Medfield Animal Shelter

About Our Shelter...

The Medfield Animal Shelter's mission is to rescue lost or abandoned animals and provide for their comfort and safety until they are reunited with their owners or placed in new homes. We are a no-kill shelter, which means no pet will ever be euthanized because it has run out of time to find a home. We are committed to ending the overpopulation of pets that results in an estimated 5 million companion pets being euthanized at shelters in the U.S. every year, therefore all cats, rabbits and dogs adopted from us are spayed and neutered prior to adoption. We also sponsor a low cost spay/neuter clinic for cats at our shelter once a month.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We host adoption meetings 7 days a week by appointment and open adoption hours every Saturday from 11 - 1:00

Our Adoption Process...

We ask all potential adopters to fill out our online adoption application. Our adult cat adoption fee is $125 Our kitten adoption fee is $160 for a single kitten or $260 for a pair. Our adoption fee for dogs varies depending on how much vet care the dog needs. The fee is usually in the range of $150 - $350 and includes spaying/neutering, all vaccinations, heartworm test, microchipping and tick/flea prevention.