Once they recover and are rehabilitated, our rescued animals make for grateful, loving pets. The animals below have now been medically cleared to be adopted!
If you are interested in becoming a forever family for one of our animals,
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Due to their background some of our animals will continue to have special needs or medical follow-ups so it is important that we carefully select the right forever family for them, so our applications may be more in-depth than you are used to. Please don’t hesitate to contact us at
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Dusty – Diagnosed with Cryptosporidium, a parasite which causes severe gastrointestinal distress. This poor fellow fought hard against violent, watery diarrhea. He had a long road but is fully recovered now and ready for adoption! Gabriella – This beauty is a bit spoiled and doesn’t mind telling you that she’s special and deserves attention. Luckily she’s still been able to get a lot of socialization with other cats and kittens and enjoys running and playing with her friends. She’s turned into a great office cat as well. She stays in the office without a baby gate and spends most of her time relaxing on the backs of our chairs. She has a wonky leg that doesn’t quite function like a normal leg, but has normal bone structure in this leg and has feeling in it. She uses it to clean her face, scratch her head, and for climbing. Gabriella would be a good fit for any home but she would prefer a home with playmates. Ellie – Ellie came to us earlier this year having been shot multiple times with a BB Gun and suffering from a chronic fracture in her back leg. Full of energy, Ellie doesn’t let her former leg injury hold her back from anything; she is excellent at agility and would love to live with someone who will help her channel those skills. At the same time, she loves cuddles! Ellie is so sweet natured, she loves nothing more than being with her humans, no matter what they’re doing. And nothing beats her excitement to see you when you get home. Her favorite snacks are raw carrots, coconut oil and pupperoni. Given her rough start in life, Ellie does struggle with some anxiety issues; her fear of storms, fireworks and gunshots is intense and requires a small dose of medication. But on a regular basis, her anxiety doesn’t hold her back from living a full life. Ellie has been in a board and train program designed to help her gain confidence and overcome her anxiety. By teaching her what is expected, Ellie has learned that positive communication with humans is possible, resulting in increased trust and an ability to build strong bonds with people. Her current trainer will meet with Ellie’s new family to ensure that her training will stay consistent and help you avoid any potential setbacks to her progress.