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My name is Regina!
I'm being cared for by
Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary
Adoption process
1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Interview

3.

Sign Adoption Contract

4.

Pay Fee

1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Interview

3.

Sign Adoption Contract

4.

Pay Fee

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Black (All)
Age
Senior
Sex
Female
Pet ID
031801622
Hair Length
short

My info

Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Regina was adopted in December 2017 but sadly her owner passed away and she has found herself back at FAS. Regina is about 10 years old now and would really love for someone to give her a quiet home where she can live out her senior years. She would also prefer to be your one and only. She will take a bit to warm up to a new person but there has to be someone out there willing to give this pretty girl a safe place to spend her senior years.
Regina was adopted in December 2017 but sadly her owner passed away and she has found herself back at FAS. Regina is about 10 years old now and would really love for someone to give her a quiet home where she can live out her senior years. She would also prefer to be your one and only. She will take a bit to warm up to a new person but there has to be someone out there willing to give this pretty girl a safe place to spend her senior years.
Rescue

Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary

Contact info
Pet ID
031801622
Contact
Address
Fallbrook, CA 92028
Donation

Their adoption process

1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

We are currently only doing adoptions by appointment. If you are interested in meeting one of our adoptable pets please send us an email.

2.

Interview

3.

Sign Adoption Contract

4.

Pay Fee

Additional adoption info

Standard adoption fee for kittens is $150, $100 for cats 1+ years old. Adoption fee for dogs and puppies may vary. All adoptions include: spay or neuter, current shots, microchip, deworming and flea treatment. Dogs also include a home check before they are released. Viewing and adoptions are held by appointment only. Contracts must be signed by an adult (18 or older). Call (760) 685-3533 or email info@fallbrookanimalsanctuary.org for more info. We are run by an all-volunteer staff so there may be a delay in responding to your inquiry. We appreciate your understanding.
Standard adoption fee for kittens is $150, $100 for cats 1+ years old. Adoption fee for dogs and puppies may vary. All adoptions include: spay or neuter, current shots, microchip, deworming and flea treatment. Dogs also include a home check before they are released. Viewing and adoptions are held by appointment only. Contracts must be signed by an adult (18 or older). Call (760) 685-3533 or email info@fallbrookanimalsanctuary.org for more info. We are run by an all-volunteer staff so there may be a delay in responding to your inquiry. We appreciate your understanding.

Go meet their pets

Due to COVID-19, we are currently only doing adoptions by appointment only. If there is a pet you would like to meet, please send us an email and someone will get back to your shortly to schedule an appointment.
Due to COVID-19, we are currently only doing adoptions by appointment only. If there is a pet you would like to meet, please send us an email and someone will get back to your shortly to schedule an appointment.

More about this rescue

Our mission Our mission is to provide safe loving, rehabilitation and sanctuary to pets who become homeless due to abandonment, abuse, neglect or surrender, until they find their forever homes. To educate the community on spay/neuter/microchipping and the importance of understanding the emotional needs of animals. How it all started After 9/11 our troops were quickly deployed with many having to leave their pets behind. The significance of this is that Fallbrook is situated on the east side of U.S. Marine Corps. Camp Pendleton. Janet LuCore saw the immediate need to have a safe place for these pets and took action; she opened her door and her heart and Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary was born. Because of Janet, nearly 4,000 pets have been re-homed. Because of her efforts, many pets have been re-united with their families. And because of Janet, any animals that come to Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary will ALWAYS have a loving home because of her No-Kill policy. Until the right family comes along, these pets will be loved and cared for by Janet and her compassionate volunteers and fosters. At Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary there are no “un-adoptables”. She’s proven that one person can make a difference, and what a difference she has made.
Our mission Our mission is to provide safe loving, rehabilitation and sanctuary to pets who become homeless due to abandonment, abuse, neglect or surrender, until they find their forever homes. To educate the community on spay/neuter/microchipping and the importance of understanding the emotional needs of animals. How it all started After 9/11 our troops were quickly deployed with many having to leave their pets behind. The significance of this is that Fallbrook is situated on the east side of U.S. Marine Corps. Camp Pendleton. Janet LuCore saw the immediate need to have a safe place for these pets and took action; she opened her door and her heart and Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary was born. Because of Janet, nearly 4,000 pets have been re-homed. Because of her efforts, many pets have been re-united with their families. And because of Janet, any animals that come to Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary will ALWAYS have a loving home because of her No-Kill policy. Until the right family comes along, these pets will be loved and cared for by Janet and her compassionate volunteers and fosters. At Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary there are no “un-adoptables”. She’s proven that one person can make a difference, and what a difference she has made.