I'm being cared for by: Happily Ever After Animal Sanctuary Inc.
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Nip
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Color: Tiger Striped
already neutered and up to date with shots.
I am already neutered and up to date with shots.
Nip, nip, I'm Nip. I had this name when I came to HEA but they didn't know I was going to live up to it so well. I love to give people little nips if they don't give me attention when I want it! Not angry nips, but little "love nips"! I really enjoy lounging on laps, and I will help you clean the litter box by sitting on your shoulder and telling you what you missed! I love to jump down on your back from high places! I think it's fun and cute. Don't you think so too? ~Nip
Happily Ever After Animal Sanctuary is a no-kill facility providing both temporary and life-time care to surrendered, abused, and abandoned animals. The mission of the sanctuary is to bring about a time when all companion animals born into this world are guaranteed a quality of life in a loving home.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Happily Ever After's Sanctuary is located at E5714 Bork Rd., Marion, WI, which is about an hour away from Green Bay, Appleton, and Wausau. Visiting hours are by appointment only.
Happily Ever After's Adoption Center is located at 2065 Holmgren Way, Green Bay, WI. The visiting hours are weekdays from 6-8 pm, and weekends from 11 am-4 pm.
Our Adoption Process...
1. Potential adopter must fill out an adoption application. (This includes a vet reference if you have a vet as well as three personal references.) 2. Potential adopter must meet and spend time with the animal they are interested in making a part of their family. 3. If approved for adoption, adopter must agree to the terms of the adoption agreement, which includes an adoption donation of $125 for cats ($175 for two cats), and $225 for dogs.
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