Animal Talk Rescue

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Dogs:  YesCats:  Yes
Volunteer program:  YesFoster homes needed:  Yes
Sanctuary:  YesFeral cat program:  Yes
Microchipping:  YesLow-cost vaccine:  Yes
Spay & neuter support:  YesDog supplies:  Yes
Cat supplies:  YesFish supplies:  Yes
Critter supplies:  YesOrganic food:  Yes
Holistic foods & treatments:  YesFashion & accessories:  Yes
PetID tags:  Yes

Breed specific:Cats Mainly

“Animal Talk opened its pet shop doors in 1990 and rescue work for companion animals began.The rescue obtained its 501C3 March 1, 2000. While the rescue focus has been primarily with cats and kittens, rescue of any abused, abandoned or neglected companion animals is undertaken provided there is space available. In past years dogs, puppies, and even iguanas have been rescued, treated and cared for until suitable new caretakers have been found. After eleven years of work, Animal Talk Rescue was approved as a 501C3 Non Profit. About the "Rescue"! This past year the number of cats or kittens taken in has sharply increased. In 1999 229 animals were taken in by the rescue, this figure doubled in 2000. In 2004 we placed 630 adoptions. Cats and kittens are released by their legal caretakers to Animal Talk Rescue. They are held in quarantine for seven days while being screened for leukemia and other communicable diseases. They are wormed, vaccinated and treated for eye and respiratory infections which are common to homeless or abandoned animals. Included in the network of volunteers feeding and caring for them, are a team of Veterinarians donating their time and supplying medicines at cost.”

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5posted: June 19th, 2007

Great People-Wonderful Rescue Pets

Animal Talk Rescue is a wonderful rescue and pet store. The owner, volunteers and foster parents care deeply for each and every animal. Adopt from them!!! We did.


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