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Facts about me

Breed
Husky
Color
White - with Black
Age
Young
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Weight
Sex
Female
Pet ID

My info

Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

Rina and Rita are bonded pair.

They both love to snuggle and sit on your lap.

Rina and her sister Rita were found roaming from W. Tulsa to General Dollar in Sapulpa. A Good Samaritan in Sapulpa picked them up and called us the next day to help them. We took them and gave them food , shelter and medical care. Now they are ready for adoption. Would you open your heart and your home to them.
Rina and Rita are bonded pair.

They both love to snuggle and sit on your lap.

Rina and her sister Rita were found roaming from W. Tulsa to General Dollar in Sapulpa. A Good Samaritan in Sapulpa picked them up and called us the next day to help them. We took them and gave them food , shelter and medical care. Now they are ready for adoption. Would you open your heart and your home to them.
Rescue

Grace Animal Rehabilitation Center Inc.

Contact info

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Our suggested adoption fee is $75, but no less than $30 for cats and no less than forty dollars for dogs. We are more interested in finding them a forever home by owner who will valued them. There is a pre-adopted questionnaire the adopter has to fill out to be considered for adoption. Please call 918-264-8744 or email with any question.
Our suggested adoption fee is $75, but no less than $30 for cats and no less than forty dollars for dogs. We are more interested in finding them a forever home by owner who will valued them. There is a pre-adopted questionnaire the adopter has to fill out to be considered for adoption. Please call 918-264-8744 or email with any question.

Go meet their pets

Call us to schedule a time to visit our adoptive pets at 918-264-8744.
Call us to schedule a time to visit our adoptive pets at 918-264-8744.

More about this rescue

Cindy Yee Kong, author of The Eyes of the Lion, grown up in an abusive, alcoholic family while dealing with a genetic debilitating disease, she experienced first-hand what it is like to be abused and neglected. That is why she felt the strong urgency to do something about these abused, homeless cats that had been ignored and pushed aside. She found Grace Animal Rehabilitation Center Inc. under the pressing need of rescuing and re-homing overpopulated stray cats in her community. Her love for domesticated animals began when she was comforted by a rescue kitten in her trying time..
Cindy Yee Kong, author of The Eyes of the Lion, grown up in an abusive, alcoholic family while dealing with a genetic debilitating disease, she experienced first-hand what it is like to be abused and neglected. That is why she felt the strong urgency to do something about these abused, homeless cats that had been ignored and pushed aside. She found Grace Animal Rehabilitation Center Inc. under the pressing need of rescuing and re-homing overpopulated stray cats in her community. Her love for domesticated animals began when she was comforted by a rescue kitten in her trying time..