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To provide a safe enviornment for all animals that enter our rescue.
Provide quality medical care when needed including but not limited to spay or neuter, testing, vaccines, deworming and flea treatments.
Provide quality food, fresh water and indoor foster homes without cages until such time as a suitable forever home is found.
Not to lessen our adoption standards to find homes but to keep the animals best interest always first when placing.
We are a small group of dedicated foster homes working one animal at a time to bring down the number of homeless companion animals. We work towards quality rescue and placements as opposed to quantity. Our wonderful volunteers all work full time jobs and do this out of the kindness of their hearts. We provide medical care to all of our animals, this includes but is not limited to vaccines, deworming, flea preventative, testing, and of course spaying and neutering (on all cats and kittens, dogs are adopted out with the new owner having the responsibility).
We are a group that believes in spaying and neutering all companion animals to help reduce the population of unwanted animals euthanized each and every day throughout the country.
We are also a group that believes cats were born with claws and should keep them.
- Tanya Miller
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