Little Love Bugs Rescue
Meet Our Featured Pet: Bette
Bette is a three-year-old, female, Tortoiseshell/Domestic Short Hair mix. She weighs 11 lbs. Bette came into the rescue over a year ago with her 5-week-old kitten. Her kitten has long since found her forever home, and it is definitely Bette's turn. Once she feels comfortable with you, Bette likes to be cuddled and to be held. She loves to sit next to her foster mom while she watches t.v. or reads a book. Bette gets along well with other cats. She has been spayed, vaccinated, tested negative for FIV/FeLV, and microchipped. We would love to help Bette find her forever home. To learn more about Bette Davis, check out her bio at http://www.petfinder.com/petdetail/23133195
Who We Are
Little Love Bugs Rescue was founded by a group of friends with a commitment to saving the lives of animals. Little Love Bugs Rescue is an all-volunteer, non-profit, animal rescue group. We are currently in the process of filing for our 501c3 tax-exempt status. All of our rescued animals are in foster homes being loved, nurtured, and evaluated by volunteers. We do not have a shelter. If you are interested in adopting any of our rescue's dogs or cats, please email us for an adoption application. After your adoption application has been approved, we can set up a time for you to meet the pet that you are interested in adopting.
If you are interested in adopting one of our rescued pets, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. All potential adopters must fill out an adoption application. Once your application is completed, please be patient. The application is processed by one of our volunteers who will email you back within a day to confirm that we received your application. The volunteer will then check with your veterinarian to make sure that all of your pets are/were up-to-date on their vaccines, spayed/neutered, and on heartworm prevention. The volunteer will call you to talk with you more about the pet that you are interested in adopting, and to make sure that you are a good fit. After everything checks out, we can set up a meet and greet with the dog or cat you are interested in adopting. Please only apply to adopt one of our rescued pets if you are willing and able to make a lifetime commitment to a pet. We give the highest quality of care to all of our fosters, and we have adoption requirements in place to make sure that all of our dogs and cats go to loving homes. We work very closely to match you with the right new family member. All dogs and cats are spayed/neutered prior to adoption. Adoption fees are non-refundable. We require that you are at least 21-years-old and that you live in Ohio, Pennsylvania, or Michigan to adopt one of our rescued pets. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or concerns.
We are looking for more volunteers. The more volunteers we have, the more dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens we can save. We need help at adoption events, driving dogs and cats to appointments and events, planning events, fundraising, and we always need more foster homes. Fosters play the most crucial role in our rescue group. They All fosters are provided everything they need for their foster pet: pet food, a crate, toys, treats, and vet care. Fosters supply the training, nurturing, love, and care. If you are interested in volunteering with our group, please email us. We would love to have your help.
All of our rescued pets are microchipped. A microchip is about the size of a grain of rice. The microchip is implanted between the shoulder blades under the skin. The process is similar to getting a shot. Once in place, the microchip can be detected immediately with a handheld device that uses radio waves to read the chip. This device scans the microchip, and then displays a unique alphanumeric code. Microchips are not tracking systems. Microchips are only effective when someone uses a scanner to read the microchip information. The microchip number has to be phoned into a central call center to locate the current owner of the pet. A microchipped pet can be easily identified if found by a shelter or veterinary office in possession of a scanner. Remember, no single method of identification is perfect. The best thing you can do to protect your pet is to be a responsible owner. Keep current identification tags on your pet at all times, consider microchipping as reinforcement, and never allow your pet to roam free. If your pet does become lost, more identification can increase the odds of finding your beloved companion.
If you have any questions, please e-mail us at email@example.com:
Little Love Bugs Rescue
P.O. Box 291
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 44222
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