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|About Lone Pine||Directions to LP|
|Adoption Fees||Donation Information|
|Adoption Requirements||Shelter News|
|Contact Information||Volunteer Opportunities|
|Wish List / Needed Items|
Hours of Operation
Cat adoption event today from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Come out and meet our special cats.
We are open for DOG ADOPTIONS on Saturdays from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m., CLOSED for cat adoptions unless otherwise noted here. LP does close based on weather and volunteer availability. Changes in opening/closing info will be posted by 9:45 a.m. Saturday. Thank you. .
Please e-mail us if you have donations or leave the items on the inside of the fence. We will get them as soon as possible. Thank you.
Our Featured Pets...Bobby & Squiggly
Looking for the Purrfect Pair?
Look no further! These bonded brothers are just what you're looking for. Bobby is the gray & white kitty and Squiggly is his tabby & white brother. As you can see they love each other a lot. I find them snuggling together all the time! Because they are so bonded we’d like to adopt them out together. Both get along with cats and dogs. Bobby will let you pick him up and hug him for a little bit. However, Squiggly prefers snuggling up next to you on the couch. While both are playful, they are also fairly laid back and sleep most of the day. They are most active in the morning and after dinner time. Squiggly is a nibbler of fingers and toes. Both boys are SUPER sweet. I would not recommend a home with small children as they have never been around little ones. However, older kids who understand how to be gentle with kitties would be fine. They tend to be shy when introduced to new surroundings but will start to relax after a week or two. Is there room in your home and heart for these super cute fur boys?
PLEASE CONSIDER ADOPTING AN OLDER, MEDIUM OR LARGE SIZE DOG.
|Sassy- Calm and loving.||Reeko - Energetic and playful..|
|Sassy is around 7 years old. She enjoys getting attention and is very loving and calm.||Reeko is 2 years old.. He is an energetic and playful boy.|
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WE NEED YOUR HELP TO HELP TAKE CARE OF THE ANIMALS
"A drop of water isn't much, but many drops make a bucket." Translation...The donation you give, added to the others we hope to receive, mean a lot of help for the animals in our care. YOU can make a difference!
Lone Pine, like most shelters, survives primarily on donations. This means that when our budget is tight, and most of the time it is, even the less expensive items, such as bleach, can add up and be a worry. The supplies and materials needed to keep the animals in a clean, comfortable, and safe environment, along with the veterinary expenses, utilities, and gas really add up each month. That is why we are asking for donations of the following items listed below (not listed in any particular order). With your support we can save animals' lives and give them a second chance at a new life.
Everyone works full time so there isn't anyone at the shelter during the week. Please do not drop off donations during the week, but call or e-mail us to schedule a drop off time or pick up. We have had some items stolen in the past.
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Wish List/Needed Items
We strive to do whatever is possible to give the veterinary care an animal may need. However, we are often forced, due to lack of funds, to try to treat the animal ourselves before taking it to the vet or to put the animal to sleep. The veterinarians we work with are wonderful and do what they can to help us keep costs down. Just like human health care and prescriptions, veterinary health care and prescriptions have sky rocketed too.
Our dream is to someday be able to give every animal in our care a vet check up, complete with a heartworm test, blood work, teeth cleaning, and the purchase of the a flea/tick/worm/ear mite and heartworm preventatives. We are currently barely able to afford to take a cat or dog to the vet for emergency care.
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About Lone Pine
Lone Pine Ranch has been a non-profit 501(c)3 shelter since May of 2003. The shelter is in Centerton, Arkansas, which is just 4 miles West of Bentonville (home of Wal-Mart's General Offices) and about 45 minutes North of Fayetteville (home of the University of Arkansas). Click for directions with a map.
The shelter currently has approximately 68 dogs and 59 cats.
As mentioned in an above section, we operate primarily from donations. We also are in great need of volunteers and foster homes. Our volunteer base currently consists of 4 -5 people and we only have one foster home to place animals that may just need a little socialization (TLC) before being adopted out.
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Applications take us 3 - 5 business days (Monday - Friday days) to process. Please be patient and understand that we all do this as a labor of love and do not get paid, including the director, for doing what we do. Due to limited resources and time constrains, LP adopts within an hours drive of the shelter only. Adoptions are not approved on a first come, first served basis. Several applications may be taken and processed before an animal gets adopted. Our goal is to find the best home for the animals in our care. Thank you for your understanding. We would be happy to mail or e-mail our application to interested parties.
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Adoption Fees* :
Dogs - $60.00; $75.00, if 25 pounds or under; and $100.00, regardless of size, if the animal is a pure breed.
Cats - $50.00
*There are times that Adoption Fees are more than what is shown here because of special circumstances such as we had to pay to rescue the animal to save it or the animal may have needed a lot of veterinary care. The Adoption Fee will be shown in the animal's bio.
NOTE: ALL cats and dogs are altered (spayed or neutered) BEFORE they leave the shelter. We do not adopt out unaltered animals, so please do not ask. Minimum age that we will alter an animal is 4-months. However, some animals have to wait until they are 6-months before being altered due to size or breed. Thank you for your understanding.
Lone Pine Ranch Animal Shelter
916 W. Centerton Blvd. (Hwy 102)
P.O. Box 194
Centerton, AR 72719
Phone: Please e-mail as we do not have a main phone.
For a quicker response, please e-mail us. It takes us 2 - 3 days sometimes to respond to telephone messages. Please be patient. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
From Bentonville at 14th Street (Hwy #102) and Walton Blvd ( Hwy #71B)
Coming East on Hwy #102 (which becomes Centerton Blvd) into Centerton
Map to our shelter
Click here for a list of pets at this shelter
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