Great River Rescue is a 501 (c)(3) private nonprofit organization founded in 1977. We are a no-kill animal shelter which rescues stray and unwanted companion animals. We provide quality care for those animals until a suitable home can be found. All animals are spayed/neutered prior to adoption. Our goal is to reduce pet overpopulation and thereby end needless euthanasia. Our mission is to serve the best interest of the animals we strive to protect.
Leaf is a calm young man with a quiet demeanor. He is new to the shelter and we will soon be able to learn more about him.Visit http://www.greatriverrescue.com/adoption-2/ to learn more about our adoption services.
Adoption Process Dogs cost $175 and cats $75. Potential adopters must first apply to adopt a pet. There are no same day adoptions allowed unless someone travels from a great distance. If approved, the adopter signs an adoption contract and pays the adoption fee. Renters must provide proof from the landlord that they are allowed to have a pet.
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