Dana Molly is 7 years old and weighs 12 lbs.
If you’d like to meet this pet and apply for adoption, please visit our website www.safeplaceforanimals.com for our current shelter visiting hours and details on our adoption process.
• Safe Place for Animals does not do same-day adoptions and adoptions are not on a first come, first serve basis.
• Adoption applications are available for submission in-person only.
• Applying to adopt a pet from Safe Place for Animals does not guarantee adoption approval.
Each pet is unique and they all have different personalities, temperaments and needs. So we work very hard to make sure that each pet is matched with the individual or family that is going to be the best fit for both the pet and adopter. Therefore, Safe Place for Animals does not do same-day adoptions and adoptions are not on a first come, first serve basis.
Each pet receives many applications so we thoroughly review each one, including doing veterinary checks and personal reference checks. There is no definitive timeline on the adoption process; it can vary by pet. Applying to adopt a pet does not guarantee adoption approval. We will contact you if your application has been approved. Those not approved may not be contacted due to the volume of applications and the time limitations of our volunteer staff. However, you are welcome to contact us to follow-up on your application status if you have not heard anything by a week after applying.
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