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Recycling Rover at The Rainbow Ranch
PO Box 209Morse Mill , MO 63066
512 miles away
Reader's Reviews (10)
Best place to adopt
posted 3 years ago
Just 6 months ago we adopted Jasper, a smooth collie/doberman mix male, the BEST dog we have ever had, ever! When we were told that he was housetrained, at first I didnt believe it, due to other people have lied about that just to get the animal out of their hands. But Debbie did not lie at all! He has not made a mistake in our home & he is VERY good with our children (3 all under 2 yrs old). He is very protective in every way. At night he checks every room to make sure everything is well before he lays down, and he is very careful & considerate to everyone (once he gets to know you). I would definentally recommend this shelter to anyone, which my husband and I have already. Soon we will be adopting another dog from this place...Don't buy an animal, adopt from here!!! Thanks again Debbie!
Pros: Perfect dog adopted from there
Cons: None at all!
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Would not recommend
posted 3 years ago
Originally my boyfriend and I came here to adopt a male kitten that we'd seen on adoptapet.com. It was a little grey russian blue kitten that was supposedly rejected from a russian blue breeder (probably not a very likely story considering what happened). After the adoption we took it to the vet a couple of weeks later only to find out that it was a female cat, NOT a male cat as Debbi had said it was. My boyfriend decided to adopt another kitten, this time making sure it was a male (from a different adoption agency). When he took that male cat in for a check-up it was positive for ear mites so we brought in the female to get treated for the mites as well since she'd probabaly have them too. After treating them both with ear drops the vet tested them both for feline leukemia virus, for which the male tested negative, but the female from Debbi tested POSITIVE. Luckily the male had not been around the female long enough to contract the virus from her and he is still testing negative. However, after an IFA blood test and an ELISA retest the female is still testing positive for this potentially life-threatening virus. Our vet told us that testing for this virus is something that should ALWAYS be done by an adoption agency before adopting any pets out to homes, which is something I guess Debbi does not feel she needs to do. I'm also surprised that she couldn't even tell a male from a female cat, since this is apparently her line of work. Lastly, we have emailed Debbi about all of the problems we have had with the kitten since adopting her, but Debbi has not responded AT ALL. Luckily I was able to take the cat in to my own home and separate it from my boyfriend's male cat and have decided to care for it to the best of my abilities. She had also had a pretty persistent upper respiratory infection at the time that we adopted her (which should have been my first clue), but after an extensive round of antibiotics this has finally cleared up. The kitten thankfully shows no sign of further illness at present and I will continue to care for her for as long as she lives. Needless to say though, I will NOT be adopting from Debbi again. If you do decide to risk it and adopt from Debbi, make sure you get any cats tested for FeLV & FIV before taking them home!!
Pros: very cute kitten
Cons: problematic adoption
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