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Animal Aid adopts dogs and cats to loving homes with approved applications. Adoption fee includes current vaccinations, spay or neuter, microchipping.
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Adoption Fees: Cat: $150 Dog: $175
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She is super friendly and sweet and playful. She is ALSO sassy and finicky and a bit of a diva. She is always famished, and cries to be fed at all times. She wants to be pet and loved on, but only when she wants to be pet and loved on otherwise she will sit in your lap (her throne) and be quite content. She gets the zoomies in the middle of the night, and wants to be inside only for the rest of her lives. She isn’t a fan of dogs, she doesn’t have time for those slobbery beasts.
This sweet lover boy sure is full of kisses! It is so hard to believe how amazingly forgiving these babies are! Someone poured motor oil on this guy in attempt, we believe, to kill off bugs or mites. He came to us with semi burned skin the shade of purple. He is recovering well and has even started to gain fur back! Archie would do best as an only pet in a home with older children.
Billy is very loving and playful, but has a lot of pent-up energy from being in boarding. He's been working with a trainer and has been doing really well on picking on basic manners. He needs to be in a home that can give him the time and attention he needs. He loves toys, but isn't destructive with them. He'll sit for his treats and is working on being more patient with waiting. We've even had him around other dogs and he doesn't seem to be aggressive towards them. All he wants to do is play.
Blueberry came to us with a horrible eye infection, but is looking and feeling great! He is a little shy, but is a cuddle bug once he gets to know you! He's good with kids and is currently in a house with other foster kitties and is thriving!
Bridget is a very sweet and laid back cat. She prefers to spend most of the day lounging, but will greet you with a happy meow when you get home. If Julie Andrews were to sing a song about her, sunbeams and eating twice a day would definitely be listed as two of her favorite things.
Bruno came to us with shattered pelvis on the right side after being hit by car. He is recovering nicely in his foster home. He is fantastic with kids, dogs and cats.
Chester is one handsome fellow! He was originally adopted from us about 5 years ago as a kitten and recently had to come back into our care through no fault of his own. He was deeply loved and his whole situation is quite sad. He feels lost and confused and just wants to know why, but sadly I can't explain it to him in a way that will make him understand.
Chief is one chill dude. He is perfectly content to share his space with anyone else whether it's people, other cats, even dogs. He just doesn't want to be bothered. He likes getting pets and is a big fan of food. He's an older guy so he doesn't really run around or play much, but if you've got a quiet house with a comfy spot to sleep Chief would love to help you fill that spot.
This sweet guy has a rather heartbreaking story. He was picked up by a good Samaritan after being hit by a car and treated for his injuries, but that's not the heartbreaking part. About a week earlier another dog was hit by a car and didn't make it, but a black dog who had been its companion was seen running off and it's believed to have been Corey.
Eleanor came to us with a bad case of ringworm, but she's all cleared up now. All she dreams of is to be loved by her people every minute of the day. She will stick by your side through thick and thin.
Garfield is very affectionate and calm. He is FIV positive, but it perfectly okay being around other cats as long as they all get along.
Iris came to us with a ruptured eye, which had to be removed. Even though she's a one eyed cat she loves to explore. She's constantly running everywhere she needs to go.
Jude has the absolute sweetest personality! He loves everyone he meets and even likes other dogs! He hasn't been around cats yet, but we'll test him soon. He never lets anything bother him. Even when he still had a prolapse he would still sit, wag his tail, and want to say hi to everyone.
Jumble is the absolute sweetest dog and will immediately want to be your best friend as soon as he meets you! He has a broken foot and at first we were going to have it amputated. Dogs with 3 legs get around just fine and foot bones are really hard to repair in dogs. However, it seems to be healing fairly well on its own. He does favor it somewhat, but it doesn't seem to be causing him any pain and all he wants to do is run, jump, and play!
Lara is a sweet and spunky kitten. She loves to play with her kitten friend Tina! They wrestle and chase toys all day long. She would do great in a home with another kitten or playful cat! When you hold her she loves to talk to you and tell you all about her day.
Magnum came from a feral colony along with his two siblings, Macy and Remi. They all had terrible upper respiratory infections and ringworm. Their mama was completely feral so were unable to begin proper treatment until they reached 6 weeks of age, but they are all cured now and ready for their forever homes!
She loves exploring and interacting with her fosters resident animals. She isn't afraid of our dogs or cats. She hisses at them if they get close but she doesn't swipe at them or run from them! She is very brave. She's a talker and loves to be with people.
Lemon came to us with a horrible eye infection, but is looking and feeling great! She is a little shy, but is a cuddle bug once she gets to know you! She does good with kids and is currently in a house with other foster kitties and is thriving!
Miles was left in a box and abandoned in a parking lot all by himself. He has some minor neurological symptoms that seemed more severe at first, but he is making some major improvements. Part of that is due to the physical therapy he's been receiving, but the other part is we started keeping him together with another kitten named Swan. They both came in around the same time and had similar conditions. They LOVE each other!
Although Mini is FIV+, she is in good health and lives her life like a normal kitty. She loves to nap, chase toys on a stick and she is dog friendly. She would prefer a quiet family and takes her time warming up to humans.
Norman is a shy guy and will take time to warm up to new people, but he can become affectionate once he knows he can trust you. If you're willing to give him the time that he needs the payoff will be well worth it. He hasn't shown aggression toward other dogs from a short distance, but he would still need to take things slow, same as with people. Norman needs a patient, loving home in order to really come out of his shell.
Quinn was a stray who had been living on his own for quite a while. The people in the neighborhood where he lived noticed his health steadily declining and contacted us. We were able to capture him and get him in to see a vet. This poor guy had a slew of problems and it's no wonder he was so sick! He's feeling much better now and will soon be ready for his forever home.
Ricardo is a strikingly gorgeous brindle boy. This 5 y/o loves other dogs and full of love and kisses.
Rusty needs to be an only pet, but he is very affectionate towards people. He has been undergoing training recently to work on his manners, especially on the leash and redirecting him in the presence of other animals. He's been doing great! He will walk beside you with slack in the leash now and doesn't immediately fixate when he sees another dog. He is very intelligent, loyal, and loving. He learns new things quickly and would be a wonderful addition to a family.
Spud is super chill and laid back. He just wants a comfy spot to sleep or a lap to rest his head while receiving affection. He is very protective over the people he cares about and doesn't like new people coming in. Introductions need to be handled slowly and carefully. He is currently suffering from irreversible bone loss likely due to sarcoma, but it doesn't seem to bother him too much as long as he stays on his pain meds.
Swan has had a rough start in life. We're not 100% if it's physical trauma or a congenital neurological issue, but he has a little difficulty moving around sometimes. He can walk and get into and out of a litter box. He can eat and drink on his own just fine, but may need a little assistance from time to time. He is very loving and playful. Though he can't run fast or far right now, he is getting physical therapy and making improvements every day.
Tesoro was found left in a QT trash can with sticky traps on him and had a hurt paw. Luckily nothing major seems to be wrong with his paw, so he got a clean bill of health from the vet and is now looking for his forever home! We think he's a real special kitty and in case you were wondering, tesoro actually means treasure in Italian. He's very friendly and vocal. He doesn't mind being held and cuddled, but he really loves his belly rubs!
He's very outgoing and has never met a stranger. He gets overly excited around smaller animals and would probably do well in a home without cats or small dogs. He really enjoys going for walks and knows basic commands like "sit" and "shake."
Tux used to be a house cat. He had a home of his own and people he loved. Sadly when they moved out several years ago they left him behind and he's been on his own ever since. He is FIV+ and so will need to remain as an indoor cat for the rest of his life. He can be around non FIV cats as long as everyone gets along well. He's an older guy and would do well in a somewhat quiet environment where he can take all the time he needs to recover and get used to his new home.