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My name is Blossom!
I'm being cared for by
Franklin County Animal Rescue
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Approve Application

3.

Meet the Pet

Adoption application
Apply to Adopt

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Age
2 years 2 months old, Adult
Sex
Female
Pet ID
R22Y036
Hair Length
short

My info

Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Hi there!
I recently arrived at the Franklin County Animal Rescue, and my dedicated team is still learning all about me.
The intake team said I am very sweet, but shy at first.
Please check back soon to read my biography.
Meanwhile, you can learn more about the organization that is taking care of me at https://www.franklincountyanimalrescue.org/',We are pre-approving applicants. To schedule an appointment, first fill out our adoption application ( https://cb8f5fb7-0a87-40fa-8ea5-50c4da40acd3.filesusr.com/ugd/c8cb9f_8cd13866ecd54a42a2b424d2b2f8dc10.pdf ). This will ask you questions about which animal you’re interested in, your family, other furry members in the household, whether you own or rent your home and who your Veterinarian is.
These allow us to make the best match possible. We touch base with your landlord due to the unfortunate number of landlords who do not allow pets in Franklin County. Our goal with checking in with your Veterinarian is to ensure that the animals of FCAR receive the medical care they deserve. Once we have a positive reference from your landlord (if you rent) and Veterinarian, we will contact you to schedule an appointment with us! If you don't have any pets we understand you would not have a vet reference and we ask for applicants to substitute a personal reference.
Please keep in mind, appointments are first come, first serve, based on when your application is approved. Please be patient with your Veterinarian and landlord, as their staff and businesses have been affected by COVID-19 as well. We are incredibly thankful that there has been no shortage in interest! This being said, our staff is limited and we are doing our absolute best to approve applications in a timely manner. This process can take up to a few weeks, but most are approved before then.
Hi there!
I recently arrived at the Franklin County Animal Rescue, and my dedicated team is still learning all about me.
The intake team said I am very sweet, but shy at first.
Please check back soon to read my biography.
Meanwhile, you can learn more about the organization that is taking care of me at https://www.franklincountyanimalrescue.org/',We are pre-approving applicants. To schedule an appointment, first fill out our adoption application ( https://cb8f5fb7-0a87-40fa-8ea5-50c4da40acd3.filesusr.com/ugd/c8cb9f_8cd13866ecd54a42a2b424d2b2f8dc10.pdf ). This will ask you questions about which animal you’re interested in, your family, other furry members in the household, whether you own or rent your home and who your Veterinarian is.
These allow us to make the best match possible. We touch base with your landlord due to the unfortunate number of landlords who do not allow pets in Franklin County. Our goal with checking in with your Veterinarian is to ensure that the animals of FCAR receive the medical care they deserve. Once we have a positive reference from your landlord (if you rent) and Veterinarian, we will contact you to schedule an appointment with us! If you don't have any pets we understand you would not have a vet reference and we ask for applicants to substitute a personal reference.
Please keep in mind, appointments are first come, first serve, based on when your application is approved. Please be patient with your Veterinarian and landlord, as their staff and businesses have been affected by COVID-19 as well. We are incredibly thankful that there has been no shortage in interest! This being said, our staff is limited and we are doing our absolute best to approve applications in a timely manner. This process can take up to a few weeks, but most are approved before then.
Shelter

Franklin County Animal Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
R22Y036
Contact
Address
Saint Albans, VT 05478

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

2.

Approve Application

3.

Meet the Pet

Additional adoption info

Due to Covid our office staff hours in shelter are limited, however they are eager to help from home. We have an online adoption questionnaire to match you with your new best friend and to make the time you are in the shelter more about making that first connect than paperwork! *To be the primary caretaker of this animal and will not sell, adopt or give said animal to another party, I will notify FCAR if the animal becomes lost or stolen or if my contact information/ address changes. *To provide, at my own expense: adequate food, water, shelter, medical care, exercise, licensing and vaccinations in accordance with Vermont state laws. *To not allow the animal outdoors without proper supervision, leash or harness and will adhere to all Vermont State Laws. *To care for my new pet in a humane and patient manner and notify FCAR, or my veterinarian, immediately for guidance if my pet is showing issues of any kind. *I understand all adoptions are final and that there are no refunds. *To do my due diligence to work through any issues. If it becomes necessary to return the animal I will immediately notify FCAR. I understand I must make an appointment and pay a surrender fee. Only adoptable animals will be considered returnable. *To not use my pet for experimentation purposes or as a guard animal. Feline adoptions include: -In house before adoption to make your new best friend is happy and healthy: Spay/neuter, Health exam, Mirco chip, FIV testing, Leukemia testing, De-worming, Vaccinations up to age and time here (Distemper & Rabies), Flea & tick treatment topical, and a Nail trim. - They will go home with a VVMA Complimentary Physical Exam with any participating Vet, Coupons for food and supplies, Pet profile & medical history booklet. Seniors: $30.00 Adults: $100.00 Kittens: $175.00 Canine adoptions include: -In house before adoption to make your new best friend is happy and healthy: Spay/neuter, Health exam, Mirco chip, Heartworm testing, De-worming, Vaccinations up to age and time here (Distemper, Bordetella, & Rabies), Flea & tick treatment topical, and a Nail trim. - They will go home with a VVMA Complimentary Physical Exam with any participating Vet, Coupons for food and supplies, Pet profile & medical history booklet. Seniors (breed can change age) $100 Adults $195 Small Breed $250 Youth (6 mon- 1 yr) $325 Puppies (-5 months) $400
Due to Covid our office staff hours in shelter are limited, however they are eager to help from home. We have an online adoption questionnaire to match you with your new best friend and to make the time you are in the shelter more about making that first connect than paperwork! *To be the primary caretaker of this animal and will not sell, adopt or give said animal to another party, I will notify FCAR if the animal becomes lost or stolen or if my contact information/ address changes. *To provide, at my own expense: adequate food, water, shelter, medical care, exercise, licensing and vaccinations in accordance with Vermont state laws. *To not allow the animal outdoors without proper supervision, leash or harness and will adhere to all Vermont State Laws. *To care for my new pet in a humane and patient manner and notify FCAR, or my veterinarian, immediately for guidance if my pet is showing issues of any kind. *I understand all adoptions are final and that there are no refunds. *To do my due diligence to work through any issues. If it becomes necessary to return the animal I will immediately notify FCAR. I understand I must make an appointment and pay a surrender fee. Only adoptable animals will be considered returnable. *To not use my pet for experimentation purposes or as a guard animal. Feline adoptions include: -In house before adoption to make your new best friend is happy and healthy: Spay/neuter, Health exam, Mirco chip, FIV testing, Leukemia testing, De-worming, Vaccinations up to age and time here (Distemper & Rabies), Flea & tick treatment topical, and a Nail trim. - They will go home with a VVMA Complimentary Physical Exam with any participating Vet, Coupons for food and supplies, Pet profile & medical history booklet. Seniors: $30.00 Adults: $100.00 Kittens: $175.00 Canine adoptions include: -In house before adoption to make your new best friend is happy and healthy: Spay/neuter, Health exam, Mirco chip, Heartworm testing, De-worming, Vaccinations up to age and time here (Distemper, Bordetella, & Rabies), Flea & tick treatment topical, and a Nail trim. - They will go home with a VVMA Complimentary Physical Exam with any participating Vet, Coupons for food and supplies, Pet profile & medical history booklet. Seniors (breed can change age) $100 Adults $195 Small Breed $250 Youth (6 mon- 1 yr) $325 Puppies (-5 months) $400

More about this shelter

Franklin County Animal Rescue (f.k.a. Franklin County Humane Society) promotes the health, welfare and humane treatment of animals in Northwestern Vermont by providing temporary shelter for them with the ultimate goal of finding them good, permanent homes within the community.
Franklin County Animal Rescue (f.k.a. Franklin County Humane Society) promotes the health, welfare and humane treatment of animals in Northwestern Vermont by providing temporary shelter for them with the ultimate goal of finding them good, permanent homes within the community.