Lyle has had a rough start to life. His age is unknown as he was a stray when he came into care. He is starting to settle into a home environment and with lots of time, cuddles and reassurance, he has become a very sweet and loving boy.
Vidia has come to us after having a few litters of kittens, but her time for having babies is now over. She is a little reserved at first, but with some gentle pats and treats she becomes your best friend in no time. Vidia will tolerate other cats and dogs, but is best suited in a home where she gets all the attention. Vidia also prefers older children.
Saffron is a typical ginger who loves cuddles and attention. He has a beautiful nature and is very friendly. He also loves having his own little hidey hole or relaxes in the son.
Clank is very affectionate and loves to be showered with love and attention. Clank is happy to live alongside calm dogs, but doesn't love dominant cats. He loves kids, but will leave to room if they're getting too boisterous.
Pumpkin is a part of our Save Our Strays program. Pumpkin was very scared of people when he first came into care but has become quite a confident and cuddly cat. He loves love and attention and would never turn down a treat.
Pickles is a part of out Save Our Strays program. Pickles has made a lot of progress in care, but he is still a little shy. He loves a gentle pat and treats and will love a quiet household.
Sweet Pea SOS
Sweet Pea is a part of our Save Our Strays program. Sweet Pea is super sweet and affectionate and is just a gentle little girl. She loves cuddles and to laze around.
Mr Fluffman SOS
Mr Fluffman is a part of our Save Our Strays program. He has made so much progress since coming into care, but he still takes a little time to get used to strangers. He loves to play and hold your hand when you're cuddling on the couch.
Georgie is the sweetest cat who loves cuddles and attention. He gets along great with other cats and children of any age.
Adoption fees & whats included
When people go to adopt an animal from a rescue group, they’re often surprised by the adoption fees. You’re adopting a homeless animal, so shouldn’t that be free?
Even though you may be handing over a few bills to take home your new pet, you’re saving money.
We cover initial veterinary costs, which may be high for an animal in poor health. We also pay for the animals’ food, transportation and other expenses while in care.
Below, take a look at what these adoption fees include
**Veterinary wellness exam**
As any pet parent knows, trips to the vet aren’t cheap, but when you adopt a cat, dog or other animal, your pet has already been checked out by a veterinarian.
Dogs will receive vaccinations for distemper, parvo and kennel cough, while cats get rabies and feline leukemia shots.
**Treatments and preventives**
When you adopt, your new pet has been treated for fleas, ticks and even heartworms which can be extremely pricey to treat.
**Spaying and neutering**
Having a pet fixed can often run you a couple hundred dollars, but this procedure is in the adoption fee. In addition to the spaying or neutering, animals are provided with pain medication and checkups to ensure they’re healing properly.
It is Illegal to adopt out any animal without first having it microchipped. So this also is included in the price.
Adoption fees cover part of the expense of feeding your pet while he or she was in foster, which may include a special diet for animals with food allergies or digestive issues.
*Other medical care
*X-rays and other treatments
*Transportation costs if your pet was transferred from another shelter or region
*Bedding, toys, treats and other extras that improve an animal’s quality of life whilst in care.
Also, keep in mind that while your newly adopted pet may have had a clean bill of health, rescues must offset the cost of more expensive cases, such as animals that have been badly injured or have heart worms or parvo.
Most importantly, the adoption fees you pay enable the rescue to continue to operate. We are a nonprofit that doesn’t receive state or federal funding, and we depend on donations and adoption fees.
By providing an animal with a forever home, you’re making space for another animal in need, and paying that adoption fee helps the rescue care for other homeless pets.
Adoption fee can be found on the photo in the description of the animal.