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Where are we located?

We are a foster based animal rescue. This means that we do not have a physical location or kennel facility. If you have a question, feel free to contact us directly.

How much is the adoption fee?

Adoption fees range per animal, but they are typically between $150-500. Additional fees apply if the animal needs transportation to their forever home. Please note that we do not accept partial payments or payment plans for adoptions. If you have a question about a specific animal, please contact us directly.

Do fosters have to pay the adoption fee?

Yes. Fostering is a tremendous act of kindness and generosity, and we deeply appreciate the love and care our foster families provide to animals in need. While foster families do not typically incur the same expenses as permanent pet owners, adoption fees are still necessary for several reasons. Firstly, adoption fees contribute to covering the costs associated with the animal's care during their time in our rescue, including vaccinations, spaying or neutering, and medical treatments. These fees also help support the ongoing operations of the rescue, allowing us to continue the crucial work in rescuing and caring for animals in need. Additionally, by paying an adoption fee, foster families make a financial commitment to the well-being of the animal, ensuring that they are prepared to provide for their needs even after the fostering period ends. Ultimately, adoption fees play a vital role in sustaining the rescue efforts and ensuring the long-term welfare of animals, allowing us to continue saving lives and finding loving homes for those in our care.

Do you offer trial adoptions?

While we understand the desire for a trial adoption to ensure the best match between pet and family, there are several reasons why animal rescues typically do not offer this option. Firstly, animals in our care have often experienced instability and uncertainty in their lives, and a trial adoption could add to their stress by exposing them to multiple transitions. Additionally, trial adoptions may inadvertently lead to situations where the animal is returned multiple times, which can be emotionally taxing for both the animal and the rescue staff. By conducting thorough adoption processes and screenings, we strive to make the best possible matches between pets and families, ensuring long-term success and stability for all involved. We are committed to supporting our adopters every step of the way and encourage open communication to address any concerns or challenges that may arise during the adoption process.

How do I return an adopted animal?

If you need to return an adopted animal, please contact us directly. Please note that, per the adoption agreement, if you are returning an animal due to a behavioral issue, they must undergo a behavioral assessment.

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