Liza is an older girl, around 8-9 years old, who came to Maxs Hope pregnant. She had 3 babies, and also took in and cared for 5 orphaned babies. She was a wonderful mom, but her babies have been adopted and now she needs a forever home of her own. Liza has been spayed and is up to date on vaccines, house and litter box trained. Liza is a pretty laid back girl. She doesnt like a lot of commotion and would prefer a quiet place to relax and enjoy her golden years.
Adoption fee: $30
Please include your veterinarian name, number and the name your current pets are listed under. Also please check your information carefully. All current pets must be up to date on vaccines and spayed/neutered. Dogs must be on heart worm preventative. Adoption Process: This is not a first come, first serve organization. We will process applications within 48 business hours of receiving them. The application must be completed in full including first and last name, complete address including city and state, complete veterinarian information (this will be checked and all pets must be neutered or spayed, up to date on all vaccines, and dogs must be current on heartworm prevention) and the name of all current pets in the household. We are 100% volunteers and I will not subject anyone who is giving of themselves and their time to hostile conversations. Please be patient with us. We are not paid for our endless hours and are looking for the BEST home for the babies in our care. We will process your information and an email will be sent to the email you provide on the application within 48 hours.
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