We Care for Animals featured pet is Lainie. Lainie is a beautiful long haired black feline. She will be 2 years old this June. Lainie is loving and sweet natured. She would do well with another calm natured cat. She enjoys having people around and wants your attention. Lainie is spayed, micro chipped and current on all vaccines.
Don’t forget WCFA has a small pet food bank to help those still having a tough time and need some pet food. Please contact Karen at 435-862-9574 and WCFA will provide you with some needed pet food.
OUR NEXT PET ADOPTION WILL BE February 19, 2022 at 150 N. Yucca, Suite 1, Mesquite, from 9 AM TO 11 AM. To view our adoptable cats and dogs, please go to wecareforanimals.org and scroll our Home page to our Petfinder links for each pet. By clicking on the individual pet links, you will be able to read a bio for each pet and other pertinent information. All of our pets are (or will be) spayed or neutered, current on vaccines and microchipped.
To express interest in any of our adoptable pets, please complete our online adoption application at wecareforanimals.org. We will then get in touch with you to answer questions and do a meet and greet as appropriate. If you have questions, please call Karen at 435-862-9574 or Linda at 702-376-1642.
Margo is a sweet, lovable kitten. She came to us at only a couple days old. Thanks to Pattie, her wonderful foster, Margo is now healthy and happy. She loves to cuddle and will instantly win you over. Margo has been altered, micro chipped and is current on all vaccines. This little one would do best with no small children.
Wanda is still looking for her forever home (she is currently on sleepover and we hope it will work out for this special girl). This sweet kitten is friendly and likes to play with toys and hang out on the cat tree. Wanda is about 6 months old, has been altered, micro chipped and is current on vaccines. It would be nice if she had another cat in the home to pal around with.
We rescued Jimmy from a shelter where he was going to be euthanized for extreme fear. We don’t know Jimmy’s history before landing in the shelter, but he obviously wasn’t given the love and socialization that every pet needs. Jimmy has been in foster care for several weeks in a calm and loving environment, and he has made a lot of progress. Jimmy is really sweet but very shy towards people. He has never shown aggression to anyone. He wants very much to trust but he finds it difficult at times to commit all the way. Jimmy does show some preference for women. He will come up to his foster mom most of the time when there is food involved. Jimmy is taking medication to help keep him calm. He is doing so well he will soon be off the medication. Jimmy would benefit greatly in a calm and loving home (no small children) with someone home most of the time and who is committed to gain Jimmy’s trust and take his confidence to the next level. Jimmy may not be a lap dog, but he really enjoys belly rubs. Jimmy loves playing with other dogs similar in size. Having another small playful dog as a companion for Jimmy would be a plus. Jimmy enjoys hanging out in the yard and lying in the sun. He would enjoy and needs a home with a safe and secure backyard. He can be a runner. He does well on leash and on walks. He is housetrained with a dog door. Jimmy is a Chihuahua mix with long legs. He is approximately 3 years of age and weighs 13.4 lbs. He is neutered, current on his vaccines and microchipped. To express interest, please complete our online adoption application at wecareforanimals.org. Jimmy’s adoption fee is $100.
WCFA offers low-cost spay/neuter assistance for very limited income pet owners in Mesquite, Bunkerville and the Arizona Strip and we also offer TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) for community (feral) cats. Spay/neuter applications are available at Mesquite Veterinary Clinic located at 371 Riverside Road and at Virgin Valley Veterinary Hospital at 660 Hardy Way, Suite 44. You may also call WCFA at 702-346-3326 to leave a message or visit wecareforanimals.org to contact us by email. Spay/neuter is a health benefit to your pet and prevents accidental litters that overburden shelters and rescues.
Fostering Saves Lives
Fostering is a commitment to save homeless pets. Fosters provide a safe haven for a cat or dog until it is adopted. Sharing foster responsibilities with another foster is also an option. Fostering could be one of the most rewarding experiences for you. To express interest in fostering, please complete our online foster application at wecareforanimals.org.