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Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Black (Mostly)
Age
Young
Sex
Female
Pet ID
14724034-2019C-012
Hair Length
short

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with kids
Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

All of the animals posted on our site have been temperament tested. While not all are in the immediate area, once we have processed and approved your application, we will move the dog to our adoptive area for you to meet, greet and hopefully adopt. Sometimes we will have more than one application on a dog. That does not mean it automatically goes to another family but you should be aware of the fact that until you are approved and set up for the meet/greet.. the dog could get adopted by another applicant.

Meet Ivy.  This pretty little black tuxedo has the most unusual markings.  Half of her face is white, the other half is black and her nose is black.  She is a very active kitty who loves to play and run with her siblings and chase after anything that moves.  Her fur is very soft and silky and she enjoys being brushed - but only for a short period of time, then she gets bored.  She is a happy gal despite being found abandoned with her siblings on a large meadow.

Ivy is fully vetted and tested negative for Feleuk/FIV.  She is being fostered in the Columbia, Md. area.  For more information contact rorrfeline@gmail.com.

 

 

Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.June 26, 2022, 9:58 pm
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

All of the animals posted on our site have been temperament tested. While not all are in the immediate area, once we have processed and approved your application, we will move the dog to our adoptive area for you to meet, greet and hopefully adopt. Sometimes we will have more than one application on a dog. That does not mean it automatically goes to another family but you should be aware of the fact that until you are approved and set up for the meet/greet.. the dog could get adopted by another applicant.

Meet Ivy.  This pretty little black tuxedo has the most unusual markings.  Half of her face is white, the other half is black and her nose is black.  She is a very active kitty who loves to play and run with her siblings and chase after anything that moves.  Her fur is very soft and silky and she enjoys being brushed - but only for a short period of time, then she gets bored.  She is a happy gal despite being found abandoned with her siblings on a large meadow.

Ivy is fully vetted and tested negative for Feleuk/FIV.  She is being fostered in the Columbia, Md. area.  For more information contact rorrfeline@gmail.com.

 

 

Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.June 26, 2022, 9:58 pm
Rescue

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Contact info
Pet ID
14724034-2019C-012
Contact
Karen Bethke
Phone
Address
Westminster, MD 21158

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

require application for all adoptions, require home visit, require contract with clause to return dog if can't keep. Fees vary $150- $300 check references, vets, judiciary, home ownership
require application for all adoptions, require home visit, require contract with clause to return dog if can't keep. Fees vary $150- $300 check references, vets, judiciary, home ownership

Go meet their pets

all dogs currently in foster homes or still at shelters.
all dogs currently in foster homes or still at shelters.

More about this rescue

We are a small group of rescuers who have done rescue with other groups for many years.. some of us have started other rescues. we found that some rescues do not use good adoption practices and felt a new rescue can help more dogs.
We are a small group of rescuers who have done rescue with other groups for many years.. some of us have started other rescues. we found that some rescues do not use good adoption practices and felt a new rescue can help more dogs.