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My name is Arnold!
I'm being cared for by
Forgotten Dogs Animal Rescue
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Meet the Pet

4.

Home Check

5.

Take the Pet Home

6.

Pay Fee

1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Meet the Pet

4.

Home Check

5.

Take the Pet Home

6.

Pay Fee

Adoption application
Apply to Adopt

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Black (All)
Age
Adult
Sex
Male
Pet ID
FDAR-A-181
Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Has special needs

My story

Arnold the Tripod is a stunner- - Look at his glorious coat! This shy, gentle feral needs a very special home, one in which he has his access to space away from humans and he is simply allowed to "be". Some progress has been made to gain his trust- he can now be pet and will seek out his foster mom's company- but he has been through a lot in his lifetime and the humans he has met before have let him down. Mostly, he will stay in "his" room, at the top of his tall cat tower.

Arnold did come to us through The Animal Foundation, where he was brought with a "traumatic" amputation. We took on the expense and care of a medical amputation and he is doing wonderfully despite the loss of his rear leg. He does a little bunny hop, though, as he has not quite learned to compensate for the missing appendage.

Arnold's forever home must have at least one other friendly kitty, as he LOVES other cats. He is also getting used to the gentle dogs in his foster home.

This is not a commitment that a new owner can take lightly- he is a healthy young boy and will need a forever family for 10+ years, hopefully longer. And this is not a lap cat- at most, he can be touched briefly before shying away in fear. Only a very special person with lots of time and patience should take on a feral kitty. Is that you?
Arnold the Tripod is a stunner- - Look at his glorious coat! This shy, gentle feral needs a very special home, one in which he has his access to space away from humans and he is simply allowed to "be". Some progress has been made to gain his trust- he can now be pet and will seek out his foster mom's company- but he has been through a lot in his lifetime and the humans he has met before have let him down. Mostly, he will stay in "his" room, at the top of his tall cat tower.

Arnold did come to us through The Animal Foundation, where he was brought with a "traumatic" amputation. We took on the expense and care of a medical amputation and he is doing wonderfully despite the loss of his rear leg. He does a little bunny hop, though, as he has not quite learned to compensate for the missing appendage.

Arnold's forever home must have at least one other friendly kitty, as he LOVES other cats. He is also getting used to the gentle dogs in his foster home.

This is not a commitment that a new owner can take lightly- he is a healthy young boy and will need a forever family for 10+ years, hopefully longer. And this is not a lap cat- at most, he can be touched briefly before shying away in fear. Only a very special person with lots of time and patience should take on a feral kitty. Is that you?
Rescue

Forgotten Dogs Animal Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
FDAR-A-181
Contact
Phone
Address
Las Vegas, NV 89120

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

Please complete an adoption application which is available on our website. www.forgottendogsanimalrescue.org

2.

Interview

We'll have a rescue representative call you to give you more information and together decide if the pet is a good fit for your family.

3.

Meet the Pet

The next step is a Meet and Greet for you to meet the pet.

4.

Home Check

We schedule a quick visit to your home to make sure that your space is safe for the dog.

5.

Take the Pet Home

We have a 2 week trial period for you and your pet to get to know each other before the adoption is final.

6.

Pay Fee

Finalize the adoption paperwork and pay our adoption fee.

Additional adoption info

So that our pets can be placed in the best homes for them, our adoptions are limited to families and individuals in the Las Vegas (Nevada) Valley. Contact us and we can help you find a dog that is a good fit for you.
So that our pets can be placed in the best homes for them, our adoptions are limited to families and individuals in the Las Vegas (Nevada) Valley. Contact us and we can help you find a dog that is a good fit for you.

Go meet their pets

We have weekly adoption events in Las Vegas. See our website for upcoming events.
We have weekly adoption events in Las Vegas. See our website for upcoming events.

More about this rescue

We rescue and rehabilitate dogs that are homeless or surrendered in Las Vegas and surrounding areas and help them find a new forever family. All our dogs are fostered in homes to help them relax and learn manners and all dogs are spayed/neutered and vaccinated before they are placed.
We rescue and rehabilitate dogs that are homeless or surrendered in Las Vegas and surrounding areas and help them find a new forever family. All our dogs are fostered in homes to help them relax and learn manners and all dogs are spayed/neutered and vaccinated before they are placed.