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My name is Lil!
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Take the Lead Animal Rescue

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Longhair
Color
Gray or Blue
Age
3 years 7 months old, Adult
Sex
Female
Pet ID
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Hair Length
long

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

Lil was found on the highway going in circles with traffic driving over her. Turns out, she had severe ear infection which made her disoriented. Since her rescue she has been spayed and ears are well. She can hear but one has to be loud. She doesn’t spin now. She went to an eye specialist for a mark on-her pupil. It is a birth mark not an injury. She is playful and loves a good loving which is very deserved!! Her meow sounds like an elephant trumpeting!! Only the best for her!πŸ’•πŸˆβ€β¬›
Rescue

Take the Lead Animal Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
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Contact
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Website
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Address
Cedar, MN 55011
Donation
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Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

We ask the potential families to visit the dog, then, if interested in going further, email them an application. The application is for the purpose of knowing a family's strengths in pet ownership and where we can help. We then do the home visit to get the dog comfortable, fill out the contract and complete the adoption. We support the families after adoptions and keep in contact with them with updates and helping with issues that may arise. We require the family to take the dog to positive training that is approved by our organization. We also work with a healthy diet and give additional information.

Go meet their pets

We rarely do adoption events. We don't adopt out from a pet store because of our policy to do home visits. Meet and Greets are successful and we do them at civic events, walks, etc. Our Rescue is on facebook, craigslist and petfinder.

More about this rescue

We are a group of volunteers who are concerned with the number of shelter pets and euthanizations. We feel that education is an important key to lessening the number of shelter pets. Rescuing pets is an ongoing process and with education of responsible pet ownership, we feel we will make a difference.