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My name is Frankie Grace!
I'm being cared for by
Cinderella Pet Rescue

Facts about me

Breed
Husky
Color
Age
1 year 7 months old, Adult
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Weight
(Current) 37 lb
Sex
Female
Pet ID
ps_72640038

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

Friendly with people and dogs, Frankie Grace is a real charmer. She was born in February of 2021 and weighs almost 40 lbs, she is athletic and playful. She loves attention and when she is looking at you with her pale blue eyes, you can't help but fall in love.


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Rescue

Cinderella Pet Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
ps_72640038
Contact
Address
Mission, TX 78574
Donation

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Requirements based on needs of pet. 1) Complete application 2) Pay adoption fee (range of $75 - $175) 3) Schedule home visit 4) Place animal or refund fee. Adopter has 30 days for 100% refund or exchange for different pet.

Go meet their pets

Located in the Mission area, Cinderella Pet Rescue, as an all-volunteer organization, schedules appointments for people to meet the animals at the shelter or in a foster home. Additionally pets are taken twice monthly to pet store for adoption events. Dates and locations are posted on our website and Facebook page.

More about this rescue

Formed in 2008, Cinderella Pet Rescue was established to rescue animals from abuse, neglect and abandonment and to help prepare the for adoption. Additionally CPR promotes spay/neuter to reduce the serious homeless pet crisis in the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas. An all volunteer organization, there are normally between 55 and 65 dogs at our no-kill shelter as well as a couple dozen cats. Even more pets are placed in foster homes in preparation for adoption. Not funded by anyone, Cinderella Pet Rescue counts on donations and fundraisers to support the needs of the animals in care, from food to veterinary treatment. More volunteers and foster homes are always needed.