FAQs

 

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Where can I view your adoptable pets?

    Our adoptable pets can be viewed by scrolling over 'Adopt' and then clicking 'Adoptable Animals'.
  • Why do I have to fill out an adoption application?

    Our adoption application helps us to not only ensure that our rescues are going to a safe and loving home, but to make sure the dog or cat you're interested in is actually a good fit for you and vice versa. We focus on matching our rescues with the right adopters and doing everything we can to ensure that the potential home is right for them, with the hope that it will be a forever adoption.    
  • What is a home visit and why is it required?

    A home visit is a meeting with a representative of our rescue, your family, and the animal you are interested in adopting. The home visit allows us to get a feel for the environment the dog/cat will be kept in and make sure it's suitable for the specific animal. It also allows you time to meet the animal in your home with any other pets and make sure that the match is right before committing to adopt.
  • Is there an adoption fee?

    Yes, there is an adoption fee. Our fee is $125 for dogs/puppies and $75 for cats/kittens. This fee helps to cover some of the vet care and supplies the animal needed while in our rescue.
  • I do not live near you, but am interested in adopting. Do you travel for adoptions?

    Yes, we do! We travel within 2.5 hours of our location in Conway, NC.
  • Are all of your adoptable animals spayed/neutered?

    Yes, all of our adoptable animals are spayed/neutered prior to adoption.
  • Can you guarantee the breed or age of a dog?

    No, we cannot. We can only make an educated guess (with our vet's help) based on the dog's appearance and health. In cases where we know the mother, we can make a better guess but even then, that is only half of the mix and most of the time even the mother is a mixed breed!
  • Are you a no-kill rescue?

    Absolutely! Animals in our care are not put down for any reason other than in cases of terminal illness where the animal is suffering and nothing can be done to relieve the pain. In this circumstance, we will help the animal cross the bridge via humane euthanization.
  • Can you take my dog or cat?

    We are full 99.9% of the time, so you will most likely not be able to surrender your pet to us. However, we can often help by courtesy posting or providing useful information on how to responsibly re-home your dog or cat. Feel free to contact us and we will do what we can!
  • Can I foster?

    Many people are eligible to foster! If you have some extra space in your home and extra time in your schedule, you are most likely eligible to foster. For our full foster requirements, please visit our 'Foster' page.
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