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Ready to meet a new family | Elmore SPCA

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Rumer

Here is Rumer, an adoptable dog from Elmore SPCA. Rumer was surrendered by her owner, along with her mother Demi, because her owner is terminally ill. This young dog is used to living with her mother and young children. She is very shy at first and is very unsure of herself in new environments. She has a very high screech bark and is very vocal when she is kenneled and sees people. Rumer would love to go home with her mother, but they have been separated and both have been fine. Rumer will do best in a home where there is another dog to lead her. She is a gorgeous young dog that will be an outstanding companion after she is a bit more socialized. Come in and meet Rumer! She will be able to go home after she is spayed. She is now current on vaccinations and has tested negative for heart worm.UPDATERumer is now spayed and is ready to met her new family. She is a really happy dog that loves to engage and to be around her people. She is gaining more and more confidence every day and would love to be a part of a family again.

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Sampson

Here is Sampson, an adoptable cat from Elmore SPCA. Sampson is a true lover of people! He was surrendered by his owners because they are moving and couldn’t re-home their nine cats. Sampson came to us with fleas and a lot of ear mites. He is a sweet cat that is very unsure of his surroundings. Sampson really enjoys the attention of people and loves to have his head scratched. He enjoys being held (most of the time) and has lived well with other cats. This gorgeous cat does have a few teeth missing and slight gingivitis. Come in and meet this loving and stunning young cat! He is now current on vaccinations, has tested negative for FeLV/FIV and is neutered. Sampson will do well in most homes and would love to go home with his new family soon! He will be able to go home after he is cleared by our vet.

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