Cat Adoptions | Berea Animal Rescue Friends (ARF)
Kitten Rescue was founded in the spring of 1997 and has grown to be one of the largest and most respected animal welfare groups in Los Angeles. We are a non-profit, volunteer-run organization devoted to finding loving new homes for unwanted, homeless cats and kittens. Kitten Rescue volunteers place over 1,000 cats and kittens into homes every year. Since we began, we have rescued and placed over 17,000 cats (and counting!) into loving homes.
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Pet Rescue has been helping abandoned animals and finding homes for them since 1982. We are particular about finding the right match between people and pets. We take in only as many as we can properly take care of and don't kill any. We take care of them in our homes and foster homes. Many of our adoptions are from home to home which entails as little displacement and stress for the dog or cat as possible. If we don't have an appropriate pet for a specific need, we refer the request to other rescue groups. Our adoption process requires a completed adoption application, vet check and home visit prior to adoption. If you do adopt from Happy Days Dog and Cat Rescue you will also need to sign an Adoption Contract. All our animals receive age appropriate vaccines and are spayed or neutered prior to adoption. Animals not spayed or neutered prior to adoption; e.g., puppies, have a Spay/Neuter Agreement attachment to the Adoption Contract. There is a $50 refundable spay/neuter deposit for dogs [$25 refundable spay/neuter deposit for cats] with proof of spay/neuter.
We do not adopt on a first-come first-served basis, but rather seek to place our rescue animals in the best possible adoptive family that can meet their needs.
HDDCR reserves the right to deny adoption to an applicant if we believe the placement is not in the best interest of the rescue animal.As a dog or cat owner it will be your responsibility to protect the animal and protect others. We ask that you do not leave your pet outside unattended.On Tuesday, December 15, Coastal Pet Rescue showed up to Bryan County Animal Control in Richmond Hill to help empty their shelter before the holidays, rescuing seven kittens and cats and two dogs. The holiday rescue spree brings the group's total rescued pets for the year to 503, far surpassing its 2014 numbers of 263. People who rescue animals can be reluctant to believe anyone deserves the furry creatures. Some rescue groups think potential owners shouldn’t have full-time jobs. Others reject families with children. Some rescuers think apartment dwelling is OK for humans but not for dogs, or object to a cat’s litter box being placed in a basement. Some say no to people who would let a dog run around the fenced backyard “unsupervised,” or allow a cat outside, ever.Pet Rescue of Maryland is a non-profit animal rescue dedicated to saving the lives of dogs, cats, kittens and puppies. We are staffed only by volunteers and rely on the kindness of our community to financially support our efforts. We do not have a central shelter. All of our animals are fostered in our homes as if they were our pets. This allows us to assess each animal and help find the home that best fits with their needs. We treat each animal as if they are part of our family until they become part of yours.