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The Northern Breed

ADOPT FOR LOVE, NOT FOR STATUS…

Huskies, Malamutes and WolfDogs are being dumped in Shelters
across the country.  Due to pop cultures shows and movies such as
Games of Thrones and Twilight, everyone wants a Wolf!

The following are images of Northern Breeds that have been found
as strays, relinquished by their human or left behind in an
abandoned home.
Angel
BigBoy
Laska
WHEN YOU ADOPT, IT IS FOR LIFE!
THEIR LIFE!

EARTH DAY FAIR IN BALBOA PARK

EARTH DAY CELEBRATION IN BALBOA PARK
SUNDAY THE 27TH OF APRIL
WAS A GREAT SUCCESS!

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FERDINAND’S FAMILIA & RESCUE thanks all the volunteers
and supporters who came on out and said hello to Muneca
and Fiona!

A special thanks to Chris Klein from EarthFair for insisting Ferdinand’s
Familia & Rescue be present at the Celebration.  See you next year!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Animals Seeking Homes

PIPER!

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Piper was found in a culvert on the Navajo Reservation in North Eastern Arizona.  The wonderful people at Good Dog Rez Q secured her safety and asked Ferdinand’s Familia & Rescue to help her out.  Volunteers with FF&R drove to Arizona and picked up Piper.  Piper is now in San Diego!

Piper weighs about 30 pounds and gets along with everyone!  Dogs!  Cats!  Humans!  Piper is spayed and up to date on her vaccinations.  Piper needs leash work, but she will be great with home full of pre-teenagers.

Please send us a message if you would like to meet Piper.  Piper’s adoption fee is $125.00.  Thank you.

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Muneca is a Doll!

Muneca is Ferdinand’s Familia & Rescue’s
First Bottle Baby of 2014!

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Muneca is a miracle bottle baby!  The first of the 2014 season, Muneca
will be ready for her new home in June.

Bottle Babies are very affectionate and nosy relations.  Muneca will
need a human that won’t mind be loved all the time.  Muneca gets
along with other cats and dogs too!

Muneca is microchipped and will be spayed and vaccinated prior to adoption. Muneca’s adoption fee is $75.00.  Please send us a message if you would like to meet Muneca.

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Ochita

Ochita

Ochita is looking for a permanent, loving home.

Ochita is a Senior Star at Ferdinand’s Familia & Rescue…

Through the work of 2 other rescues, Ochita made her way from the
Los Angeles area to find a loving home in San Diego.

Ochita is between 8 and 10 years of age.  Gets along with everyone!  She is great with other dogs, cats and small children too!  Ochita is spayed and up-to-date on her rabies vaccination.

Ochita’s adoption fee is $100.00.  Please email us through this website or call us at 619.475.8227.  Thank you for saving a life!

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Cats!

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Waiting for a loving, permanent home.

It’s Cat & Kitten Season!

Ferdinand’s Familia & Rescue has a couple of cats that were kittens from last season still waiting for a home.

When you adopt a cat from Ferdinand’s Familia & Rescue your kindness opens the door for our fosters and homebase to bring in abandoned and neglected kittens this Season.

Please send us a message if you would like to meet one of our cats.

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Raccoon…is a puppy…

This is Raccoon.

Raccoon is was born in July 2013.  He came to Ferdinand’s Familia & Rescue from one of the shelters.  Raccoon came in as a stray with demodex, a contagious skin condition.  Completing his medication treatment and neutered, Raccoon is ready for his new home!

Raccoon gets along with other dogs and cats too!  He is a young dog, so
he is full of energy, chews, eats all the time and needs attention.  Please send us a message or email janice@ferdiandsfamilia.org.  Thank you for thinking of adopting a rescue dog.

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Raccoon playing with Alien Baby!

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ABBEY aka Vajra aka Sweetie…

ABBEY is a Kuvasv Shepherd.  She is almost 2 years of age and up until the beginning of April 2013 lived her entire life in a kennel.  With the assistance of the Good Dog Rez Q and RJ, Abbey is now in San Diego and on the road to recovery.

ABBEY back legs have experienced long-term atrophy and inbreeding and is learning how to walk.  Abbey’s left front foot is deformed possibly due to inbreeding.  Abbey is great with other dogs and cats, but does not like to share her food.  A very gentle soul.  Abbey is available for adoption to a compassionate and patient human.  Her adoption fee is $200.00.  Send us a message if you would like to meet Abbey.

SAY HELLO TO ABBEY!

Abbey

Abbey loves love…

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