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My name is Finn!
I'm being cared for by
Watermelon Mountain Ranch

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair/Domestic Shorthair
Color
Tan or Fawn
Age
Adult
Sex
Male
Pet ID
24285448
Hair Length

My info

Small red x Not good with kids
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

A medical waiver is required at the time of adoption. Please contact WMR for more details.
A medical waiver is required at the time of adoption. Please contact WMR for more details.
Shelter

Watermelon Mountain Ranch

Contact info
Pet ID
24285448
Contact
Address
Rio Rancho, NM 87144

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Select a dog or cat, complete a questionaire, complete an adoption contract, and go home with a new family member. Fees vary - please see our website.
Select a dog or cat, complete a questionaire, complete an adoption contract, and go home with a new family member. Fees vary - please see our website.

Go meet their pets

THE RANCH - RIO RANCHO Due to COVID-19 Restrictions all adoptions are done by appointment only. Please see the Contact page at our website for up-to-date information about our many adoption locations and hours. In addition to adopting from our main facility, we also have pets at our new resale store/adoption center, some Albuquerque PetSmart stores, and other locations visited by our mobile adoption vehicle.
THE RANCH - RIO RANCHO Due to COVID-19 Restrictions all adoptions are done by appointment only. Please see the Contact page at our website for up-to-date information about our many adoption locations and hours. In addition to adopting from our main facility, we also have pets at our new resale store/adoption center, some Albuquerque PetSmart stores, and other locations visited by our mobile adoption vehicle.

More about this shelter

Our shelter had it's beginnings in the mid 90's and formally became a nonprofit organization in 2001. The dream of Lee and Sophia DiClemente has grown to be the largest no-kill animal shelter in New Mexico. Lee passed in 2010, but Sophia carries on with the support of a small staff, a large number of volunteers, and numerous donors - large and small.
Our shelter had it's beginnings in the mid 90's and formally became a nonprofit organization in 2001. The dream of Lee and Sophia DiClemente has grown to be the largest no-kill animal shelter in New Mexico. Lee passed in 2010, but Sophia carries on with the support of a small staff, a large number of volunteers, and numerous donors - large and small.