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My name is Rome - Petsmart Foster Home!
I'm being cared for by
Animal Aid, Inc.

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Black (All)
Age
Young
Sex
Male
Pet ID
16043757-Petsmart
Hair Length
short

My info

Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Rome is such a handsome boy with beautiful eyes.   He's very sweet but a bit shy.  TO LEARN MORE ABOUT HIM, PLEASE CONTACT HIS FRIEND, KATHY, AT kdykster@aol.com. 
We encourage you to file an on line application for this or any of our pets by clicking HERE or by going to www.animal-aid.com for a Pet Adoption Application .  Please include the name of the cat(s) or kitten(s). Stop by anytime when we're open.  Please visit our web site at www.animal-aid.com to see the hours for our Adoption Center located at 571 NE44th St. (NW corner of Prospect (44 th and 6 th ) in Oakland Park, FL 33334 and our pets available for adoption. Many of our cats are shown 7 days a week at the Petsmart at 12051 Sunrise in Plantation, and the  Petco at 8111 West Broward Blvd. in Plantation. The donation we are requesting is $95 and includes our medical program; all vaccines, rabies vaccine, fecal exam, de-worming, blood test for AIDS and Leukemia, spay or neuter, first month Advantage (flea treatment) plus a coupon for Science Diet food.

 

November 26, 2022, 9:06 am
Shelter

Animal Aid, Inc.

Contact info
Pet ID
16043757-Petsmart
Contact
Address
571 ne 44th st, oakland park, FL 33334

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Since our animals were homeless, we wish to ensure that their next home is permanent. To do this, we carefully screen applicants to establish that the needs of both the animal and the adoptive home will be met. A prospective adoptive owner must:

Complete an application for a dog or cat. Our board will review the application to determine if you and the chosen pet are a good match.


Pay an adoption donation. Being a non-profit rescue, we do not "sell" pets. All tax-deductible donations are placed in a fund to care for our animals.

Our adoption donation is:

Puppies/Dogs - $100-$300 includes heartworm, ehrlichia, lyme test, spay or neuter, rabies vaccine, 5 way series of puppy vaccines, fecal exam, deworming, Frontline (de-flea/tick), ear mite treatment, microchip (lifetime implant identification system), vet checkup, and initial grooming.

Kittens - $75.00 includes: Spay or neuter (when old enough), leukemia test, fecal exam, rabies vaccine (when old enough), entire series of kitten vaccines, flea control, both deworming treatments and one vet visit.

Cats - $60.00 includes: Spay or neuter, aids/leukemia test, fecal exam, rabies vaccine, 5-way combo vaccine, flea control and one vet visit.

Go meet their pets

You can meet our adoptable pets at our Adoption Center in Oakland Park, FL (call for directions and hours 754-223-5378)
Open Monday - Saturday 12-5. Visit www.animal-aid.com to apply.
Many of our cats are shown 7 days a week in our cat room inside PetSmart on Sunrise Blvd. (just east of Flamingo) in Plantation, and at the Petco at 8111 West Broward Blvd. in Plantation.

More about this shelter

We are an all-volunteer, non-profit, no-kill animal rescue shelter and adoption center. Our shelter takes in emergency, abuse and neglect cases as well as dogs and cats from various (high-kill) animal control agencies in Palm Beach, Dade and Broward Counties in South Florida. We offer cats and dogs for adoption at our adoption center in Oakland Park, FL. We have a spay/neuter clinic in-house and a mobile unit stationed in Boca Raton, FL as well as a sanctuary in Naples, FL. We are a tax-exempt, 501(c)(3) organization which relies solely on donations.

One of our goals is to address the overpopulation problem of stray and feral cats by offering the public low cost spay/neuter program.