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My name is Firestarter!

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Mediumhair
Color
Orange or Red (Mostly)
Age
Adult
Sex
Male
Pet ID
18184291
Hair Length
medium

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Firestarter is a male domestic shorthair medium born 10/23/2021

Firestarter is a male orange domestic shorthair with medium coat. He is searching for a family who will love him and make him a happy family member.  For more information about him, please call 951-845-1513 to make an appointment to meet him. You can also file an application online to adopt him at www.barconline.com.July 2, 2022, 11:00 pm
Firestarter is a male domestic shorthair medium born 10/23/2021

Firestarter is a male orange domestic shorthair with medium coat. He is searching for a family who will love him and make him a happy family member.  For more information about him, please call 951-845-1513 to make an appointment to meet him. You can also file an application online to adopt him at www.barconline.com.July 2, 2022, 11:00 pm
Rescue

Benevolent Animal Rescue Committee

Contact info
Pet ID
18184291
Contact
Email
Address
Cherry Valley, CA 92223

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

We only adopt pets to homes in San Bernardino and Riverside Counties. Many people ask how we select homes for dogs or cats available. The following criteria must be met before an adoption is completed: 1. Each potential family must complete a adoption form. 2. Each member of the family must agree to the adoption. 3. The family home must be appropriate to caring for the pet, including a secure, fenced yard for dogs. 4. The family must agree to allowing their new pet indoors and make him or her part of the family. 5. The family must demonstrate a commitment to their new pet, and be prepared to care for him or her for life. Of course, if for some reason the adoption is not successful, the pet is returned back to B.A.R.C. so that we may find him or her another home. The fee to adopt a cat is $65.00 The fee to adopt a dog is normally between $100.00 and $150.00. All adoptable pets are spayed or neutered. They are examined by a Vet. They receive a full series of puppy or kitten shots and Rabies, if needed.
We only adopt pets to homes in San Bernardino and Riverside Counties. Many people ask how we select homes for dogs or cats available. The following criteria must be met before an adoption is completed: 1. Each potential family must complete a adoption form. 2. Each member of the family must agree to the adoption. 3. The family home must be appropriate to caring for the pet, including a secure, fenced yard for dogs. 4. The family must agree to allowing their new pet indoors and make him or her part of the family. 5. The family must demonstrate a commitment to their new pet, and be prepared to care for him or her for life. Of course, if for some reason the adoption is not successful, the pet is returned back to B.A.R.C. so that we may find him or her another home. The fee to adopt a cat is $65.00 The fee to adopt a dog is normally between $100.00 and $150.00. All adoptable pets are spayed or neutered. They are examined by a Vet. They receive a full series of puppy or kitten shots and Rabies, if needed.

Go meet their pets

Adoption Shows Locations: PetCo - Redlands - Every Saturday 27580 W Lugonia Ave, Redlands, CA 92374 from 12:30 Noon -4:30PM PetSmart - Apple Valley-1st & 3rdSaturday 19011 Bear Valley Rd, Apple Valley, CA. from 12:30P-4PM
Adoption Shows Locations: PetCo - Redlands - Every Saturday 27580 W Lugonia Ave, Redlands, CA 92374 from 12:30 Noon -4:30PM PetSmart - Apple Valley-1st & 3rdSaturday 19011 Bear Valley Rd, Apple Valley, CA. from 12:30P-4PM

More about this rescue

The Benevolent Animal Rescue Committee's mission is to control the dog and cat population and find the best new home possible for abandoned pets. Our rescued dogs and cats include strays, pets turned over to us by their owners, and some that we rescue from city and county shelters. We alter every dog and cat BEFORE they can be adopted. We keep every animal until successfully placed. We take back our adopted pets for their entire life.
The Benevolent Animal Rescue Committee's mission is to control the dog and cat population and find the best new home possible for abandoned pets. Our rescued dogs and cats include strays, pets turned over to us by their owners, and some that we rescue from city and county shelters. We alter every dog and cat BEFORE they can be adopted. We keep every animal until successfully placed. We take back our adopted pets for their entire life.