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None Left Behind

The perfect companion for you may be one that, at first glance, you might be tempted to overlook.  Our unique None Left Behind program encourages you to take a closer look – you may be surprised by what you find!

Some people may have concerns about adopting a special-needs pet – one with a chronic medical condition requiring ongoing veterinary attention, one challenged by a behavioral, psychological or functional issue requiring special care, or a “young at heart” senior pet.

None Left Behind benefits:

  • Waived adoption
  • No concerns over the cost of veterinary care for special needs
  • Provisions for necessary medications, special diets, ongoing treatments or other special care requirements*
  • Free behavioral consultations with the League’s animal trainer

 

*This program does NOT include future veterinary treatment for conditions unrelated to the animal’s inclusion in None Left Behind, nor does it cover routine veterinary care such as exams, shots, dental cleanings or extractions, nail trimmings, grooming, standard flea/tick and heartworm preventatives, non-prescription foods, crates or cages, training pads or similar supplies, leashes, collars and the like.  These are considered normal requirements of responsible pet parenting.

The League is grateful to receive individual donations and grant funding in support of our voucher program. We appreciate the generosity of those who support this much-needed community resource. Donate here to support this program.

Special thanks to the Elsa Heisel Sule Foundation and The Joanie Bernard Foundation for awarding grant funding for this program!

 

These special pets are eligible for None Left Behind. One of them may just be who you’ve been looking for!

Catty Shack

Catty Shack 

Please consider giving this beautiful 13-year old calico a loving home.  Catty Shack came to our shelter after her owner passed away.  She is a very gentle and loving cat and just wants a home where she will be cherished. Because of her advanced age, she would do best in a quiet household.

Faye

Faye 

Faye is a bit of a celebrity here. She first came to the League years ago and was adopted along with another large dog. (She’s not too crazy about smaller pets.) She had a great family and matured into a wonderful dog. Because of personal health reasons, the adopter could no longer take care of her so we were happy to bring Faye back to find her another loving home. Faye is easy to love. She is easy going and keeps herself busy with toys. She likes attention but is not demanding. Faye is in good health and still active. Faye does tend to stray if given the opportunity so it is important that her adopter supervise her activity. 

Leonard

Leonard

Leonard is an FIV cat and came to us from a traditional shelter. He is an extremely loving cat. He will come up on the bench and sit beside you. He may be an older cat but he loves to play. He chases the ball around the room and jumps in the air to grab a toy swinging above his head. He was brought to the shelter as a stray and was extremely thin. We discovered he has hyperthyroidism but is doing very well on medicine.

Mai Tai

Mai Tai 

Mai Tai is one lucky girl. She was found around some cabins on a lake in Kentucky. We can't imagine why she was abandoned. She is so sweet and just wants love and attention. She will approach everyone that visits like they are old friends. She is that way with other cats too, getting along with them immediately. Mai Tai will bring an abundance of joy to any person or family.

Mica

Mica

Can Mica be any cuter!? He’s young, athletic, AND gets along with other dogs. Plus, he could be your sole companion. Mica is one of our special dogs who needs to be introduced slowly to his new friends. We are working on socializing him more and more every day. The trainer, volunteers and staff are making Mica a priority here at the shelter because we feel he will thrive once he finds a home to call his own.

 

Razzie

Razzie

Razzie is a cat who notices when you enter her room. She is a talker and will begin the chatter the minute you walk in her room. She is always happy to have visitors and will rub on your legs and roll around in glee. She loves attention and to be petted but only on her terms. Because of this we recommend no young children for her. She will make a great companion for someone old enough to respect her needs.