Fur Babies is a smal no kill rescue which helps provide a safe environment for needy dogs and cats. most of our rescues are either strays or pulled from high kill shelters in the tri state area. All rescues are fully vetted (altered, vaccinated, dewormed, microchipped heartworm tested and on prevention) before adoption. Most are in loving foster homes until a forever home can be found, that way we can tell you everything about that particular animals personality(O:
Come Meet Our Pets...
Since we do not have a shelter of our own you must first fill out an adoption application and then the foster family will contact you to set up a day to meet. We can set up a meeting day with several of our rescues if needed(O:
Our Adoption Process...
We require an adoption application to be filled out prior to meeting our rescues, if you are approved we will then set up a meeting (if you live close we will most likely bring the animal to your home-if far a home visit is scheduled). If you decide to adopt the pet an adoption contract is signed. Vet and personal references are checked and the adoption donations vary with what each individual animal needs when they come into our care. The range is from $75-$300
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