Thank you for wanting to adopt a rescued animal
Adoption is an exciting opportunity. Look at how to get started with the process.
In early 2008 we started having our vets do extra blood-work on cats and kittens that come into our care. Every animal that comes into our care is thoroughly checked by a veterinarian. If not already done, cats/dogs and rabbits are spayed/neutered before they are adopted.
All our animals are vaccinated, de-wormed and de-flead prior to all adoptions. Kittens & Puppies will receive their first vaccine but depending on timing of adoption, the booster vaccines may not be done prior to adoption.
Have you investigated the true financial costs of ownership? This includes the costs of housing/fencing, feeding, grooming, training, basic preventive medical procedures (vaccinations, de-worming, neutering/spaying), […]
Rescues charge fees for a reason. On occasion we encounter people who feel the fees are too high, or ask why we charge a fee […]
STEP 1 Consider the ways in which you will meet the lifelong needs of a pet: Have you planned for expenses? Is there time in […]