Ready to be Adopted
If you are ready to adopt a dog or a cat, here are the ones currently available. All those available for adoption are currently in foster homes, so their foster parent(s) can provide more information about the personality of each animal.
Moises and Fiona
These beautiful Shar-Pei dogs are brother and sister; they have their shots and are 5 months old. Their spay and neuter procedure will be next month when they are 6 months old. They love to play with other dogs and absolutely love to play in the water.
Ebony the day she was rescued.
Ebony is a lab mix, female, approximately 1.5 years old. She was rescued from Route 115. She has all her shot and she is spayed. She is good with dogs and cats (she tries to play with them and chases after them with her tail wagging). She tested positive for heartworm, so she is in treatment right. She is also being trained!
Sundae is a very sweet female dog, Yorkie mix, approximately one year old. She has all her vaccines and is spayed. She is good with other dogs and cats, but she is better with children; Sundae loves loves loves to play with kids. She is very special as she needs attention 24/7, so she is the perfect dog for someone who is retired and wants constant companionship.
Egipto and her kittens
This sweet mamma cat gave birth to three kittens. One has already been adopted, but Egipto and two of her kitties are still waiting for a loving home.
Tiki is a Pit Bull mix, less than 1 year old (11 months); she is spayed and has all her vaccines. She is good with other dogs; we don’t know about cats.
Mia is a female Fox Terrier mix and she is 2 years old. Mia is good with both dogs and cats.
In Need of a Foster Home
Not sure if you are ready to adopt? Then you can start by fostering a furry friend. ARF of Rincon will assist you and help you while the animal is adopted (or hopefully you will fall in love with your fostered child and adopt him/her). Here are the ones that need to be placed in a foster home so they can start getting ready to be placed for adoption.
Nando was found at the “Fernando – Nando- Sanabria Polideportivo de Rincon”, where he got his name. He was after a female dog, but the female was adopted and now he is by himself. People has told us that they have seen somebody in a jeep calling him – presumably his owner – but Nando would not leave the female dog. Now Nando needs to be placed in a foster home until he can be reunited with his owner or until he gets adopted.
Rabito and her puppies
At the construction site of the new school in Calvache Sector, Rabito gave birth to several puppies. The construction workers and the security guards have made her a little doggie house for her and her babies, but she needs to be placed in a foster home.
If you want to adopt/foster, please let us know by calling 787-823-7167.