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Pissy

Male Kitten Domestic Shorthair (mixed)

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If you have any questions about Pissy, please contact Mother Gaia Animal Rescue at tiffany@mgarcolorado.org

Mother Gaia Animal Rescue

About Pissy

Adoption Fee: $200

Pissy is a 3 month old grey male kitten. He could be good with older kids and maybe dogs. He has come a long way from being a feral little kitten, but will continue to need socializing. 

This Pet is no longer available. Below you can find other pets in Mother Gaia Animal Rescue

Details

Name
Pissy
Age
Kitten
Gender
Male
Size
Small
Primary Color
Gray
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
NO
Housetrained
YES
Hypoallergenic
NO
Spayed/Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
NO
Ok with cats
Not Sure
Raw Diet Only
N/A
Fiv positive
No
Felv positive
No

Mother Gaia Animal Rescue

PO Box 711 Lafayette CO 80026

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Bishop

Beagle

*no apartments*   Bishop is a great size dog. His mix is a bit of a mystery. Bishop is roughly 7 years old and from our best guess is a... show more

*no apartments*   Bishop is a great size dog. His mix is a bit of a mystery. Bishop is roughly 7 years old and from our best guess is a Beagle, Terrier mix weighing about 35 lbs. Pictures of him are deceiving because he looks much bigger but he is a pretty petite dog. He is microchipped, fixed and fully house trained. Bishop ideally needs a home where he’s: • The only dog, or with smaller dogs, preferably. He loved our Pomeranian but was sometimes scared of groups of larger dogs or in-your-face dogs. He has done well with larger dogs in our home (never on leash) but was never a fan of dog parks.  • A home without cats. Cats, squirrels and rabbits are practically all the same in his eye and will be chased. • A home without small children. He’s perfectly accepting of older children, adults, groups and every stranger [ not a great security dog ] He finds children very scary and did bite the toddler in his home after being chased- ultimately leading to his rehoming.  • Able to be active but also lounge around to his heart’s content. He gets spurts of energy but is a very chill, old soul. • Accepted as either big spoon or little spoon because he’s a professional cuddler.  • A home with a great cook because he hates the sound of the fire alarm and one where pillows are abundant because he takes comfort pretty seriously. Bishop loves a good nap on furniture but he also knows ‘no.’ He is allowed on some of our furniture and not others and fully abides, he hates his kennel but can be trusted when away from home (never chews, scratches, barks or counter hops).  You can also look at our old Instagram account @sabestagrams for more insight into this quirky, loving dog who is sure to win over someone’s heart as he did ours. Bishop just wants to love and be loved back show less

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Marshall

Pointer

This handsome lug is a 4 year old pointer mix named Marshall. He is good with other dogs, cats. He was abused in his prior home. We beli... show more

This handsome lug is a 4 year old pointer mix named Marshall. He is good with other dogs, cats. He was abused in his prior home. We believe the children in the home were not taught how to properly interact and respect a dog in the home. When Marshall arrived to us he had indicators that he was used to an unkind treatment. Marshall has been with us a month and has been a complete dream. He is well behaved and has had a wonderful temperament. He loves being around the other dogs. He is living with a 4 and 7 year old children who do know how to properly act with a dog. Marshall was brought to the vet for euthanasia after the child in the home jumped on him and Marshall reacted by biting his hand. The vet didn't believe he was a bad dog, but set up for failure many time, and reached out to us to take him. Even though he has been living with children fine currently, we cannot adopt him into a home with young children due to the circumstances.  Marshall also has food allergies that make his skin irritated and have hot spots. On the proper diet his skin has done well. There may be some maintenance with medicated baths here and there to help if he seems to need it. The adopter should be aware and willing to change his diet if he begins to have reactions and go to the vet for treatment if needed and life long medications if a diet cannot address the allergies in the future. A raw diet would be best for Marshall and turkey seems to be the protein he does well on.    Please apply at mgarcolorado.org to get started.  show less