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My name is Flash and Arrow!

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Tan or Fawn Tabby
Age
Young
Sex
Male
Pet ID
Hair Length
short

My info

Small red x Not good with kids
Small red x Not good with dogs
Small red x Not good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

NOTE: This is a courtesy posting for another rescuer. Please do not contact ARRF, as we do not know this pet personally. To meet Flash and Arrow, see the contact information below.

Flash and Arrow, two sweet tabby brothers, were removed from a feral colony in East County when they were 10 weeks old because their caretaker passed away in December. They are almost six months old now and struggle a bit with overcoming some feral characteristics, but if in the right home, growing up together with their owner will be an awesome bonding experience. They will need to be adopted together as their foster feels it is in their best interest that they stay together.

They have tested negative for FELV/FIV, are fully vaccinated, and are neutered and microchipped.

You will need to submit an adoption application and come to East County for an initial visit – and you just might fall in love with them! Their foster will require a visit to your home before the adoption is final.

To meet these two handsome boys, contact their foster mom, Deb, by calling or texting 619.507.0562 or emailing nelscing@aol.com.
NOTE: This is a courtesy posting for another rescuer. Please do not contact ARRF, as we do not know this pet personally. To meet Flash and Arrow, see the contact information below.

Flash and Arrow, two sweet tabby brothers, were removed from a feral colony in East County when they were 10 weeks old because their caretaker passed away in December. They are almost six months old now and struggle a bit with overcoming some feral characteristics, but if in the right home, growing up together with their owner will be an awesome bonding experience. They will need to be adopted together as their foster feels it is in their best interest that they stay together.

They have tested negative for FELV/FIV, are fully vaccinated, and are neutered and microchipped.

You will need to submit an adoption application and come to East County for an initial visit – and you just might fall in love with them! Their foster will require a visit to your home before the adoption is final.

To meet these two handsome boys, contact their foster mom, Deb, by calling or texting 619.507.0562 or emailing nelscing@aol.com.
Rescue

ARRF (Animal Rescue Resource Foundation)

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Bernice Friedman
Phone
Address
Carlsbad, CA 92011

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

We have an application contract (plus an adoption fee) and a process to find the very best match between a pet and their adopter. We want both you and our dog(s)/cat(s) to be happy with the match. ARRF will always spay/neuter all pets prior to adoption as well as give them all shots and provide any medical treatment necessary to make sure they are healthy to the best of our ability and knowledge.
We have an application contract (plus an adoption fee) and a process to find the very best match between a pet and their adopter. We want both you and our dog(s)/cat(s) to be happy with the match. ARRF will always spay/neuter all pets prior to adoption as well as give them all shots and provide any medical treatment necessary to make sure they are healthy to the best of our ability and knowledge.

Go meet their pets

Web Site:http://www.arrfsandiego.org/ For up-to-date information: Email: Arrfsandiegoweb@gmail.com We support a variety of efforts to protect and defend our furry friends. Our goal is to provide connections and solutions for pets and the people that work with them. Our commitment is to find the need and fill it with our “grass roots” approach at getting pets, products and people supported.
Web Site:http://www.arrfsandiego.org/ For up-to-date information: Email: Arrfsandiegoweb@gmail.com We support a variety of efforts to protect and defend our furry friends. Our goal is to provide connections and solutions for pets and the people that work with them. Our commitment is to find the need and fill it with our “grass roots” approach at getting pets, products and people supported.

More about this rescue

ARRF (Animal Rescue Resource Foundation) is a 501(c)(3) Non-profit organization working to assist the rescue community, educate the public, and support low cost spay/neuter efforts. We do all we can to help end the suffering of lost and/or abandoned pets.
ARRF (Animal Rescue Resource Foundation) is a 501(c)(3) Non-profit organization working to assist the rescue community, educate the public, and support low cost spay/neuter efforts. We do all we can to help end the suffering of lost and/or abandoned pets.