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My name is Sam- Adoption fee sponsored, longest resident!

Posted over 5 years ago | Updated 1 year ago

Adoption process
1

Submit Application

2

Meet the Pet

3

Home Check

Adoption fee: $0

This helps Mother Gaia Animal Rescue with pet care costs.

My basic info

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Brown Tabby
Age
Adult
Sex
Male
Pet ID
ps_85384863
Hair Length

My details

Checkmark in teal circle Shots current
Checkmark in teal circle Spayed / Neutered
Checkmark in teal circle Housetrained
Checkmark in teal circle Has special needs

My story

Here's what the humans have to say about me:

Sam is a sweet guy around 5 years old, neutered, up to date on vaccines, microchipped and fiv positive. He would do best in a home as the only pet and no small children. His adoption fee is waived. 
 



Sam is FIV positive. He was a stray in Denver.


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Rescue
Mother Gaia Animal Rescue

Contact info

Pet ID
ps_85384863
Contact
Tiffany Foote
Address
PO Box 711, Lafayette, CO 80501

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

Go to www.mgarcolorado.org and click to view animals, find who you're interested in and click adopt.

2.

Meet the Pet

3.

Home Check

Additional adoption info

Looking for the adoption application? Go to www.mgarcolorado.org and click to view animals, find who you're interested in and click adopt.
Our adoption process starts with an application and moves onto a meet and greet with the animal and foster, then finalized with a home check before finalizing the adoption. It can take up to 4 days for applications to process. Our adoption fee can vary based on species and age.
This is a volunteer program and we do not have resources to contact every applicant at times – if you have not received a response within one week, please check the website for status updates on the pet you applied for.



Adoption application

More about this rescue

Mother Gaia Animal Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, licensed, foster and volunteer-based rescue for pets in need of new homes. Our mission is to rescue animals in Colorado shelters and place into foster homes where they can receive medical care, training, and love until they’re ready to go into their forever home – many of which come from areas with overpopulation and high euthanasia rates.