They have a foster program that is packed to the brim, and it’s especially full of kittens. Last year alone, they had around 700 foster animals.
All pets undergo a behavioral and medical assessment in their clinic, are fully vaccinated, spayed / neutered and microchipped prior to adoption. After that, you can bring home a new pet for an adoption fee of between $ 75 and $ 300.
This is an open admission facility, which means they must accommodate whatever comes their way, and since they can hold up to 500 animals at any given time, their return is a top priority. .
So, I thought I would help them with that. Here are some furry friends who caught my eye!
– Fluffy is a 5 year old cat who loves massages. He must have had one eye removed and all of his hair shaved because it was so tangled when they got him, but with his charming personality, you don’t even notice it. He even preferred to be scratched rather than playing with his toys!
– Shelby is a 5 year old dog mix who came here from Texas. She’s naturally a little shy, but she warms up with a few treats. She would do better in a quieter house with someone who likes to take her for walks!
– Ducky is a 5 year old brindle boxer mix, who is slightly visually impaired, but his nose works well! He found all the treats I had hidden in my pocket. He was working it out for belly massages and slobbering kisses, and already knows how to sit!
– Augie is an 8 year old German Shepherd with the biggest heart of a puppy. He arrived at the shelter covered in unknown chemicals and burns, but with the help of medical staff, he recovered quickly. Even after what he’s been through he still loves to frolic and play and slip a wet kiss all over my face whenever he gets the chance.
To add one of these special pets to your family, or to take a peek, please visit the Homeward Bound Adoption Center, Tuesday through Sunday.
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