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Adoption process
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Approve Application

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Meet the Pet

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Take the Pet Home

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Submit Application

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Approve Application

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Meet the Pet

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Take the Pet Home

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Facts about me

Breed
Mixed Breed (Small)
Color
Tan/Yellow/Fawn
Age
Young
Size
(When grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Weight
Sex
Female
Pet ID
ACT-A-2958

My info

Small blue checkmark Purebred

My story

This pet has no story. Click the “Ask About Me” button to learn more about me!
Rescue

Animal Compassion Team of California

Contact info

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

2.

Approve Application

3.

Meet the Pet

4.

Take the Pet Home

Additional adoption info

Adoption Information To adopt a new family member from Animal Compassion Team (ACT), you need to fill out our online application. All adopted animals will be Spayed/Neutered, micro-chipped, vaccinated appropriately, provided a full spectrum de-wormer, and have received a flea/tick preventative. In addition, each pet comes with an initial free health exam from Pet Medical Center located in Fresno. This exam must be used within the first two weeks after adoption. Our dog adoption fees are: $200.00 Our puppy adoption fees are $250.00 Our cat/kitten adoption fees are: $75.00
Adoption Information To adopt a new family member from Animal Compassion Team (ACT), you need to fill out our online application. All adopted animals will be Spayed/Neutered, micro-chipped, vaccinated appropriately, provided a full spectrum de-wormer, and have received a flea/tick preventative. In addition, each pet comes with an initial free health exam from Pet Medical Center located in Fresno. This exam must be used within the first two weeks after adoption. Our dog adoption fees are: $200.00 Our puppy adoption fees are $250.00 Our cat/kitten adoption fees are: $75.00

Go meet their pets

Check our website for events and times when we are showing off our furry friends. www.animalcompassionteam.com Feel free to send us an email at info@animalcompassionteam.com
Check our website for events and times when we are showing off our furry friends. www.animalcompassionteam.com Feel free to send us an email at info@animalcompassionteam.com

More about this rescue

The vision for ACT has been brewing in the minds of the Animal Compassion Team founders for many years. The paths we have walked have prepared us and tested our determination through hard work, buckets of tears, mountains of fecal matter (a favorite topic of discussion amongst animal rescuers), and more than our fair share of discouragement and heartbreak. Having said that, why would we choose to dive in deeper? For the love of the animals we serve. It is just that simple. Dogs, cats, and other wonderful animals are dying in huge numbers daily. We hope to help change that. In August of 2009, we became a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation with California and the Federal Government. It was and continues to be, a huge leap of faith for all of us who already feel overwhelmed by the work we are doing, but we believe this is the time....this is what we have all been preparing for. One life saved makes all the effort and emotional investment worthwhile. This is going to be an exciting journey, and we hope to post MANY happy endings. Our Mission Statement: To provide a safe haven for domestic animals, regardless of breed or species, through rescue, rehabilitation, adoption, and sanctuary. To advocate for the humane treatment of animals and promote the human-animal bond. To educate the public about the importance of kindness, compassion, and responsible pet ownership which will emphasize spaying and neutering. To cooperate and work with other animal rescues and shelters towards the goal of becoming a no-kill nation.
The vision for ACT has been brewing in the minds of the Animal Compassion Team founders for many years. The paths we have walked have prepared us and tested our determination through hard work, buckets of tears, mountains of fecal matter (a favorite topic of discussion amongst animal rescuers), and more than our fair share of discouragement and heartbreak. Having said that, why would we choose to dive in deeper? For the love of the animals we serve. It is just that simple. Dogs, cats, and other wonderful animals are dying in huge numbers daily. We hope to help change that. In August of 2009, we became a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation with California and the Federal Government. It was and continues to be, a huge leap of faith for all of us who already feel overwhelmed by the work we are doing, but we believe this is the time....this is what we have all been preparing for. One life saved makes all the effort and emotional investment worthwhile. This is going to be an exciting journey, and we hope to post MANY happy endings. Our Mission Statement: To provide a safe haven for domestic animals, regardless of breed or species, through rescue, rehabilitation, adoption, and sanctuary. To advocate for the humane treatment of animals and promote the human-animal bond. To educate the public about the importance of kindness, compassion, and responsible pet ownership which will emphasize spaying and neutering. To cooperate and work with other animal rescues and shelters towards the goal of becoming a no-kill nation.