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Diabetic Cats in Need has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Minot, ME.
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We are proud to have 40 years of community service and the successful return or placement of approximately 35,000 animals. In addition, we have closed four major puppy mills. On a national level we have assisted with housing 10 Hurricane Katrina animals, all of which went to loving homes. Within the past 5 years, we have rescued more than 45 dogs from neglect situations. During the flood in Minot of 2011, we opened a Pet Evacuation Center and care for 540+ pets belonging to residents who were evacuated. We ran this facility, in addition to our primary facility, from June 2011 until the end of August 2011. Of the 540+ pets, only 19 were unable to be picked up by their owners and were therefore, brought back with us to our Shelter and placed up for adoption.
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The Tractor Supply Co. store in Minot will host activities for families and their pets, including pet adoptions on Saturday as part of Pet Appreciation Week. Pet Adoption | Minot, ND
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The Souris Valley Animal Shelter is proud to have 40 years of community service and the successful return or placement of approximately 35,000 animals. In addition, we have closed four major puppy mills. On a national level we have assisted with housing 10 Hurricane Katrina animals, all of which went to loving homes. Within the past 5 years, we have rescued more than 45 dogs from neglect situations. During the flood in Minot of 2011, we opened a Pet Evacuation Center and care for 540+ pets belonging to residents who were evacuated. We ran this facility, in addition to our primary facility, from June 2011 until the end of August 2011. Of the 540+ pets, only 19 were unable to be picked up by their owners and were therefore, brought back with us to our Shelter and placed up for adoption. Mason was raised in Minot. He graduated from Minot State University with a BA in Finance. He is a Mortgage Loan Officer at Gate City Bank, where he’s been employed since 2004. He and his wife Jenny have a daughter Cecily, and Miniature Dachshund Emery which they adopted from SVAS in 2009. While growing up, he had many family pets and is eager to play a role in the advancement of this non-profit organization whose sole purpose is caring for, and finding homes for animals in need. In his free time, he likes to golf, travel, and spend time with family & friends. The SVAS provides a micro-chip at the time of adoption. In addition, the SVAS offers this service to the public at of cost stated below. Micro-chips are an immunization against homelessness. The Minot Air Force Base requires all pets to be microchipped.