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My name is Freedom!
I'm being cared for by
HART for Animals, Inc.
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Approve Application

Adoption application
Apply to Adopt

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Age
7 months old, Young
Sex
Male
Pet ID
ps_27258759
Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with kids
Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Freedom is a handsome 6 month old orange tabby boy, who is super friendly and ready for his new home. 



Please Note:  You must live within a 175 mile radius of our facility to be considered for adoption.



To fill out an online application to adopt this pet, cut and paste this link:  https://petstablished.com/adoption_form/2443/generic



Or can find a link to our online adoption application on our website at www.hartforanimals.org/adopt - or on our Petfinder homepage.  We process applications in the order they are received, therefore, it could take UP TO 2 weeks for us to respond to your application. Please do not send us an inquiry unless you have specific questions.



All our cats/kittens are spayed or neutered, vaccinated for rabies and distempers, given flea medication, tested for Feline Leukemia and FIV, and given at microchip before going to their new home.


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Shelter

HART for Animals, Inc.

Contact info
Pet ID
ps_27258759
Contact
Caroline Robison
Address
Accident, MD 21520

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

Applications are processed in the order they are submitted, per pet. If the pet is adopted to a previous applicant, we will contact you.

2.

Interview

After processing your application we will contact you, and arrange a time for you and your family to come in and meet the pet.

3.

Approve Application

If the meeting is a success for all parties involved, you can adopt the pet and take the pet home.

Additional adoption info

Due to COVID 19, no one is allowed in the building. We make appointments to meet outside, except for cats, and only one person is allow into the cattery. Our adoption fees are $225 for dogs, $250 for puppies and $85 for cats and kittens. Seniors are 1/2 off! This fee includes spaying and neutering and other important veterinary services. To fill out an Adoption Application go to our website: www.hartforanimals.org

Go meet their pets

HART Animal Center 1265 Bumble Bee Rd Accident, MD 21520 Adoption Hours; By appointment only, after your application has been submitted and processed.

More about this shelter

Our mission HART's mission is to improve the lives of animals in Western Maryland by: •Rescuing animals and transporting them to areas where they will have a better chance of being adopted. •Reducing pet overpopulation through low-cost spaying and neutering. •Building a humane and friendly animal center, where adoptable animals will never have to be euthanized. •Providing information and education to owners about responsible pet ownership, obedience training and rehabilitation of rescues to reduce the number of relinquished and abandoned animals. To achieve our mission, HART has raised $2.75 million dollars to build and equip the HART Animal Center and to provide ancillary services that will ensure the continued operation of the Center by creating a source of revenue and a permanent endowment. The Center also is creating job opportunities and training county residents interested in animal care, rehabilitation, and rescue and support Garrett County’s efforts to enforce the laws against animal cruelty and neglect. And vision... HART's Animal Adoption Center has become a model for compassionate animal rescue and community involvement in saving the lives of companion animals. HART has brought about a community where the famous words of Mahatma Gandhi inspire the efforts of everyone involved in making the center a reality: “The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated. I hold that, the more helpless a creature, the more entitled it is to protection by man from the cruelty of man.”