already spayed, up to date with shots, good with dogs, and not good with cats.
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, good with dogs, and not good with cats.
Gingerale is a petite little girl who is affectionate and likes to be held and carried around. She does not mind friendly dogs, but will not interact with them. For being a small little lady, she's got a big attitude. Gingerale doesn't get along with other cats. She would best in a home as the only cat, as she loves to amuse herself with kitty toys to bat around the floor. Gingerale also needs a ladies only home; she is afraid of men. She needs a true "cat lady" who will understand and accept her quirky personality. The vet estimates her to be born Jan. 2010. Gingerale has unique coloring. She is a red/brown tabby. She will make a wonderful loving companion for the right person ready to give her a safe forever home
We are a non profit group of volunteers that began in 1975. We have no shelter facilities, we rely only on foster homes and donations to keep our programs running. We have membership that offers discounts at local merchants We have newsletters with pet tips and info We offer emergency medical funding We have a telephone and website service to assist with lost & found animals, adoptions, Foster care and general info. We have pet identification tags for $5
Come Meet Our Pets...
Because of our mountain location, our winter weather can be freezing and long. We encourage you to check the Calendar page on our website at www.mountainshumanesociety.org for the dates & locations of our events. You can also view photos of our current animals available by clicking on the "Adoptions" tab. We DO NOT have a location/facility/shelter. If you would like to meet any of our available animals, we will need to set up a one on one meeting with you.
Our Adoption Process...
Please e-mail us to request an adoption application, and specify what animal you are interested in. Incomplete applications will not be considered, so be sure you fill in every line. We ask for a $95.00 donation for dogs and a $75 donation for cats. Our adoption donation is quite a bargain if you add up the costs of everything we include; our animals are already spayed/neutered, current on vaccinations and have been tested for FLA virus (cats) and Heartworm (dogs). We also include a free local Veterinarian office visit, a folder of valuable information about your pet, a DVD to help you and your new pet adjust, and a goodie bag of treats, coupons, samples and a toy. During the "good weather" months, we will be having adoption days throughout our mountain communities at which times most of our listed animals can be seen.
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