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We raised a good bit money from our raffle on 04/21/2012 at Kmart in Saint Albans, W.V. Chuck Law won the grill and Larry Lawrence of Saint Albans Won the gift cards . Ty to Sheila from Kmart for doing the draw for the raffle and announcing over the intercom . We need volunteers . We need foster parents .We need volunteers . We need foster parents .We need volunteers . We need foster parents .We need volunteers . We need foster parents .

Just because we are a no kill doesn't mean the cats should stay here 4 ever .

Adopting A Friend

Out vet is Help for Animals in Barboursville WV 304-736-8555

We require a home visit on all our animals no matter where u live .

We don't adopt kittens out as Xmas presents ?

fees for cats are 50.00 includes spay or neuter all shots and deworming & fel/fiv testing

 Microchip is 35.00

Kittens are 50.00  includes spay/neuter first set of vaccines deworming & fel/fiv testing

Microchip is 35.00

We are open 10 am to 8 pm. Call before you come .


We require a home visit !

Cats

Application: Helping Hand Pet Rescue must have an approved Adoption Application filled out and signed. You may complete the application either at the shelter or download it from our website and bring it along to the shelter. You will be interviewed Occasionally, we will have an adult cat who absolutely requires an indoor/outdoor home. In such case, we will make every attempt to ensure that the environment into which this cat is placed is as safe as possible.

Landlord Approval: Helping Hand Pet Rescue  will require proof that you are allowed to have pets if you live in rental housing or in a condominium with animal restrictions in the by-laws. To avoid delays in adopting your pet, please bring a copy of your Lease along with your application.

Age/Employment:  Helping Hand Pet Rescue wants to adopt to those who are financially secure and in a stable living situation. For example, college students sometimes adopt animals then discard them when they graduate or even just go home for the summer. Because there may be, at some time, significant veterinary costs involved with any pet, we ask that people adopt only if they are over the age of 21 and financially able to bear the cost of future emergencies.

Declawing: There is a wealth of statistical information indicating that cats frequently suffer long term problems after being surgically declawed. These problems include both aggressive biting and eliminating outside the litter box. MEOW requires that you sign a CONTRACT agreeing that you will NOT have the cat's claws surgically altered in any way, including laser surgery or tendonotomy. If, for any reason, you feel you MUST have a declawed cat, we will be happy to give you a call when we rescue a cat that is already declawed. Read more about declawing at www.declawing.com.

Family Decision: Having a pet should be a pleasant and rewarding experience for all involved. If you have small children, please bring them with you when you come for your adoption interview. Helping Hand Pet Rescue often has kitties who have shown themselves to be particularly tolerant of children. Our Adoption Counselors will work with you to determine the best fit for your family.

Lifetime Commitment:  Helping Hand Pet Rescue expects that when you adopt a pet you have made a decision to care for that pet for its entire life. A cat may be a 20 year commitment. Please think through this extremely important decision before you come to the shelter. A pet becomes a family member. A responsible pet owner/guardian makes life decisions to include their pets.

Who We Are

We require a home visit on all our animals no matter where u live .

We are a no kill animal rescue so every animal always has a place to live no matter if they are adopted are not. We will also one day be a sanctuary for feral cats .

 We only keep cat/kittens in kennels when they are sick or kittens to keep them safe from the bigger cats . All  are cats are free roaming cats .

Our Mission
With respect and compassion for all animal life, Hand Pet Rescue of West Virginia promotes lifelong relationships between people and companion animals, providing shelter and care for each precious life until adopted into a forever home.

 

Our Goal
Hand Pet Rescue of West Virginia goal is to help create a no kill where people are responsible for their pets, where there are no helpless creatures abandoned in boxes or left to fend for themselves in parking lots, where there is no longer a need for any healthy companion animal to be euthanized. There are many worthy organizations and individuals working toward this end. The rescue network is communicative and non-competitive. Certainly, progress is being made.

Come Visit Us

We need volunteers . We need foster parents .We need volunteers . We need foster parents .We need volunteers . We need foster parents .We need volunteers . We need foster parents .

 


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