This sweet little lady joined our ALDR family after she was surrendered to a vet clinic and we are so glad she did. She was adopted as a kitten and is now 5 years young, but sadly has gone through a lot in her life. Her previous home was anything but a good one and we are so glad to be able to give her a second chance at a happy, healthy and loving life. She has been in a wonderful foster home ever since and has finally started to open up and show her personality.
Dove is a purr machine now that her foster family has built up the trust bank a bit! She is so vocal and lets you know how she feels about everything all the time which is extremely adorable. Dove has been good with both dogs and cats, but we think she would really enjoy being someones one and only or a quiet home with another sweet and calm cat like herself.
If interested in adopting please fill out the adoption application on our website at animalluvrs.org under the ADOPT tab. We will require veterinary, personal and property references that we will verify. Feel free to email us at email@example.com for more information.
All of our adoptable rescues have a clean bill of health (unless otherwise stated), are spayed/neutered, vaccinated (age-appropriately), tested (FeLV/FIV for cats, HW for dogs over 6 months of age), current on flea and heartworm prevention and microchipped. This is all included in their adoption fee that goes in as a donation to help us cover their medical costs and continue to help other animals in need. Any questions, concerns and suggestions, please feel free to contact us at ALDR@animalluvrs.org.
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