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Furry Friendzy

9363 Co Rd 113, Kaufman, TX 75142, United States

Adoption policy

Furry Friendzy Animal Rescue And Wildlife Rehabilitation Was Incorporated July 2004 And Received Our 501(C)3 Non Profit Status From The IRS On 1/19/2006. Texas State Parks And Wildlife In May 2005 Granted Our Permit As A Wildlife Rehabilitor. Our Mission Is To Act As A Shepherd For Animals In Need Of Help…To Care For And Find Loving Homes For Unwanted, Abandoned, Neglected And Abused Animals. The Domestic Animals Are Available For Adoption Through A Strict Screening Process (Application, A Home Visit, 3 Referrals, Vet Referral) To Their Now “Furever” Home Once They Are Ready And/Or Medically Healed. The Dogs/Cats Are Altered, Micro Chipped, Current On Vaccines, And HW Or FIV Negative Before Being Adopted. If The Animals Are Not Adoptable Then They Are What We Call Our Sanctuary Animals Since They Are Not Prime Candidates For Adoption. The Wildlife Animals Are Rehabilitated And Then Released Back Into Their Natural Environment. We Have Arrangements With Private Land Owners That Do Not Allow Any Hunting Or Trapping On Their Land For The Wildlife To Be Released When The Animals Are Ready.

  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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