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My name is Midnight!
I'm being cared for by
Woodstock Animal Foundation

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Black (All)
Age
Adult
Sex
Female
Pet ID
Hair Length
medium

My info

Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Midnight- is around 6 y/o female that has been spayed. We adopted her from LMAS when she was 6 ish mos. She is a petite black Manx mix. She’s kind, gentle, and still plays with crinkle toys and chases after laser. She’s fine being around dogs and has lived with a child 6 y/o and above. She’ll sleep you, sleep beside you on a recliner arm, or on the back of the couch. She LOVES to be pet
Rescue

Woodstock Animal Foundation

Contact info

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

You can go to www.woodstockanimalfoundation.org and fill out an application and we can do your screening and set up a meet and greet. If it is a match we can finalize the adoption. You will pay the adoption fee and start enjoying your new family member right away.

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FaceBook:www.facebook.com/Woodstockanimalfoundation

We also do adoptions at PetSmart 10308 Westport Rd., Louisville, KY

More about this rescue

Our Mission
The missions of the foundation is to support a pervasive responsibility toward animal life, particularly compassion for domestic animals. The foundation purpose includes five components:
•Reduce animal overpopulation by funding and administering an aggressive neutering and spaying program.
•Develop a “euthanasia free” rescue and adoption program by arranging a network of foster care homes for owner-abandoned, strayed, and adoptable pets on death row at humane societies.
•Develop in adults and children, an understanding of the responsibility people hold toward animals and offer training to carry out this responsibility through continued educational programs.
•Establish a trust fund for the building and management of an animal sanctuary and find a location to set it up.
•Provide supplies and funds to pre-approved 501(c)3 animal shelters to assist when cash flow deficiencies arise.