Lost Fantasy Rescue
Cats: 1   |  Dogs: 6

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ADOPTION PROCESS:
- adoption application
- references (personal, vet & landlord if applicable)
- home visit/meet & greet
- adoption contract & fee  

Please Note: We do NOT adopt on a first come first serve basis. We adopt to the home that is the best fit for the animal.
Lost Fantasy Rescue reserves the right to refuse any adoption! 



ADOPTION FEES:
               
                                                                                                                 

Dogs

Cats

Rabbits

Guinea Pigs

Pigs


$225 - all ages
 
$100 - all ages

$75 -all ages

$50 - all ages

$200 -all ages
  •  spay/neuter   
  • age appropriate vaccinations (DHLPP& Bordetella)
  • rabies vaccination (over 4 months of age)
  • negative heartworm test
  • worming
  • flea/tick treatment
  • microchip
  • additional vetting for seniors may vary

 

  • spay/neuter
  • age appropriate vaccinations (FVRCP & FeLv)
  • rabies vaccination (over 4 months)
  • worming
  • flea/tick treatment
  • microchip
  • additional vetting for seniors may vary

 

  • spay/neuter
  • vet exam

 

  • spay/neuter
  • vet exam
  • spay/neuter
  • vet exam
  • Rabies
  • CDT
  • Erysipeles
  • Microchip
 

fosterhomes

FOSTER HOMES NEEDED~

The more dedicated & dependable foster homes we have, the more animals we can save.


We do not have a public facility. Instead, we operate out of our home & a handful of foster homes.


Foster homes are not compensated with money; only with the love that the animals bring into them.

We cover all medical costs associated with caring for the foster animals.


Fosters can be short or long term, depending upon the needs of the animal and the foster family’s preference.

Foster homes also have first option to adopt the animals that they foster.



When you foster, you are... ❤️

  • freeing up a spot for another at our local shelter
  • helping us learn more about the animal so we can place him/her in the home & environment best suited for him/her
  • teaching your foster animal the ropes & preparing him/her for adoption
  • socializing the animal to a home environment and possibly getting him used to being around other pets and different types of people