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My name is Luna!
I'm being cared for by
Rexburg Animal Shelter

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Gray or Blue
Age
Adult
Sex
Female
Pet ID
REX-A-3555
Hair Length

My story

I'm Luna, a sweet loving girl who wants a loving family to cuddle with. I'm already spayed. I enjoy lots of pets and affection. If you have another cat I need a slow and proper introduction to get to know them.

Inquires are on a first come first serve basis.
If you are interested in adoption feel free to stop by, call us, or message us on Facebook.
Call: (208)359-3005 (we only answer during open hours)
Email: animalshelter@rexburg.org
Facebook: Rexburg Animal Shelter

Shelter

Rexburg Animal Shelter

Contact info
Pet ID
REX-A-3555
Contact
Stephen Buzzell
Address
Rexburg, ID 83440
Donation

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Adoption Fees (Cash or Check only): Cats $95 (includes Spay/Neuter, Vaccination, Rabies, Microchip, and City License) Dogs $125 (includes Spay/Neuter, Vaccination, Rabies, Microchip, and City License) Fees may vary based upon special needs the animal may have. Adopters will need to provide Photo ID. If they do not own the home adopters will need to provide proof that they are able to have the animal, they are interested in at the location they reside. (this might be a letter from a landlord, rental contract, or other documentation)

Go meet their pets

Rexburg Animal Shelter 490 West 4th North Rexburg, ID 83440 (208) 359-3005 Shelter Hours Monday 1pm-5:30pm Tuesday 1pm-5:30pm Wednesday Closed Thursday 1pm-4:00pm Friday 1pm-5:30pm Saturday and Sunday Closed *Closed all holidays

More about this shelter

Many people look to animal control and the shelter as a last resort when they have tried other options and been unsuccessful; we're working to change that image. Animal control and the shelter should be looked at as a resource; here you have people trained in handling animals and animal behaviors, people with the experience and references to help you and your animal with obedience training, to work past behavioral issues, or to help the neighbor quiet their noisy dog. The shelter is also here to help reunite lost animals with their families or to find new homes for those animals where their families can no longer provide the environment needed.