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There are approximately 40,000 unaltered cats & dogs in Marion County

An unaltered female dog can produce an average of 16 puppies a year. An unaltered female cat can produce an average of 15 kittens per year.

Marion County has limited resources for low-income pet owners

Pet owners often are forced to rehome their pets when they cannot afford to care for them. Lack of financially feasible veterinary care is one of the top three reasons for pet surrenders.

Shelters and rescues are consistently at capacity

Although our community has joined the No-Kill movement, there is still an abundance of homeless pets with nowhere to go.

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Pets Who Need A New Home
Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Approximate Age: 8 weeks.
About Wyatt Erpp:
Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Approximate Age: 8 weeks.
About Annie Oakley:
Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Approximate Age: 8 weeks.
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The Truth About Breed Discrimination

When people think of dog breed discrimination, they often think of pit bulls. The term “pit bull” is most often used today to describe a dog of a certain appearance. Dogs that are referred to as “pit bulls” or “pit bull mixes” commonly have breeds in their lineage such as Pit Bull Terrier, Staffordshire Bull Terrier, American Bulldog… View More
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Mrs. Bliss came to us the day she gave birth to a litter of puppies at our local shelter.  All of her puppies were adopted very quickly but she is still waiting for her forever home. Luckily, she was saved from a life of excessive breeding and now knows what real love is. She is about 2 years young, so sweet, intelligent, and of course absolutely beautiful! She loves to be near people and wants to show as much affection... Keep Reading
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