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Just ask our lovely staff to let you see one of our four-legged friends! All of our adoption animals are neutered/spayed at the appropriate age.
This young lady's name is Heidi and she is looking for a home! Heidi came to us with some injuries that required us to amputate her left rear leg but that hasn't stopped her from roaming our office! She loves to be rubbed and purrs nonstop as long as you'll stay with her:) Heidi also loves to hide under her blankets when she isn't out exploring. Since Heidi only has 3 legs we are requiring her to go to a home that will keep her completely indoors. She is up date on all of her vaccinations and spayed as well.
Here at AHL we don't have a set adoption fee for our adoption animals. Instead we ask that you donate whatever you can to our Katie fund up front that goes into helping us take care of our adoption animals and less fortunate animals. We do ask that you keep them on Heart worm and flea/tick prevention as well.