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Come meet our rescued animals | Elmore SPCA

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Jake

— Jake is one of three kittens who were born to a community cat in Rouses Point. A concerned citizen was able to capture the kittens, alter them and socialize them as much as possible. When Jake and his two brothers arrived at the shelter they were all very afraid and wanted to hide. After only a few days of care and handling by the staff they quickly learned to accept strangers. Jake is a quirky young kitten who enjoys exploring every nook and cranny of his new “home”;. He is litter trained, is current on age appropriate vaccinations, has been altered and has tested negative for FeLV and FIV; he is ready to go to his new home as his two brothers have. Come in and meet this adorable kitten that loves to play and chase the laser light!

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Saint

Saint is a gorgeous young lab mix who is just a really big puppy. This poor dog was seized from his owners by the Clinton County Sheriff Department due to neglect and cruelty. On 11/26/13 he was taken to the vet and was diagnosed as emaciated at 35 pounds and full of coccidia and round worms. He was brought to Elmore SPCA where he received treatment and has made a full recovery. We are very happy to say that Saint has been given a clean bill of health and is ready to find his forever home! Saint is very quick to duck when anyone, especially men, move their hands quickly. He is responding very well to clicker training and is very happy to please his people. Using positive reinforcement staff has taught him that contact with people means a nice treat or petting. He is very smart and is learning very quickly. Come in and meet this active and outgoing dog. We are working on his loose leash skills and he does very well with a thunder leash. He is the quintessential lab and needs plenty of exercise and play time. Saint is current on vaccinations, has tested negative for heart worm and will be able to go home after he is neutered.

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