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Cahira

Female Young Domestic Shorthair (mixed)

The Warriors came to the Mission in late August of 2019 from our friends at SCRAPS. They came from a hoarding situation and had very sev... show more

The Warriors came to the Mission in late August of 2019 from our friends at SCRAPS. They came from a hoarding situation and had very severe and untreated upper respiratory and eye infections. The Warriors are greatly improved and are so much happier.  Cahira is a sweet, cuddly, and energetic girl. She would do best with another cat to get her energy out with. She does fantastic with other cats and would likely warm up to calm dogs and older kids. She does still have difficulties with chronic upper respiratory symptoms. She takes daily supplements to help keep her symptoms minimal, however, she does still require antibitocs off and on when she has a flare up.  Each Warrior will come spayed or neutered, microchipped, and up to date on vaccinations and deworming. Their adoption fee is $40 each or $40 for a pair as they do much better in pairs.  To make a Warrior part of your family, visit our website at www.murcismission.org and fill out an application today!  ***Note- The Warriors are NOT Scottish Folds. The appearance of their ears is due to inbreeding. Regardless they are pretty darn adorable.*** ♥️♥️♥️ ○○○ Murci's Mission is a federally licensed 501c3 foster based animal rescue based in Mead, WA. We do not have a facility or hours of operation. Adoption applications are available at www.murcismission.org. Application processing typically takes between 2 and 10 days. For any additional questions, email information@murcismission.org. ○○○ show less

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Hank

Male Adult American Bulldog (mixed)

Meet Hank!  This dude is 50% epic and 50% awesome and 100% bully breed from the smile to the gas! Hank came to Murci's Mission after the... show more

Meet Hank!  This dude is 50% epic and 50% awesome and 100% bully breed from the smile to the gas! Hank came to Murci's Mission after the Kettle Falls Police Department rescued him from a severe abuse situation in which his previous owner is facing charges for her crimes. Hank says the past is the past and he wants to move on and live a good life and let the people sort out the rest.  Though Hank's body sustained damage that has since healed, his amazing spirit has remained unbroken and he is full of love and life. He's a large dog, likely around 80 pounds and his first year of life seriously lacked social opportunities so he's missed out on some key learning in his youth. Though we have yet to determine any particular behavioral problems, Hank is strong and still experiencing things for the first time that most dogs his age would have been accustomed to for many months. For this reason, anyone considering Hank should have previous dog experience.  Hank has lived with cats and dogs before and done well, but he does seem overly excited at the sight of other dogs, so we are going to be further evaluating his behavior with them. He has seemed friendly to the cats we have tested him with so far. He is not suitable in a home with children under the age of 15 because of his size and overly exhuberant personality.  He is being fostered by Shaylandy, an awesome local in home training studio, and his future family can expect support from Murci's Mission as well as Shaylandy as he settles into his new home. He will come neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and dewormed.  Thanks for checking out our boy Hank!  show less

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Rainier

Male Adult Mixed Breed (mixed)

Rainier, a 40lb mixed breed male of about 1 year, came to Murci's Mission from North Utah Valley Animal Shelter after being found in a f... show more

Rainier, a 40lb mixed breed male of about 1 year, came to Murci's Mission from North Utah Valley Animal Shelter after being found in a field with a group of other dogs. He is an extremely fearful dog, and will require a very specific adopter in order to succeed.  He is perfect in the presence of other animals and would thrive in the companionship of another dog, especially one that was relaxed, well oriented and very motivated by human interaction. He is also fine with stock animals and cats. He doesn't have any greater aversion to kids than he does adults, but he finds all people challenging to bond with at first.  Because of his background, it is vital that anyone interested in adopting him carefully consider the following:  Things that ARE realistic for Rainier:  Bonding with one or two people.  Living a good life with a caring family. Making friends with other animals.  Cohabitating with kids.  Going on any adventures that other dogs could go on.  Being crate and house trained.  Learning basic obedience.  Snuggling and sleeping in bed with his new family.  Things that ARE NOT realistic for Rainier:  Making friends with lots of strangers.  Going outside off leash at any point.  Going to dog parks or daycares with fences under 6'.  Warning up to his new family at a normal speed.  Relaxing in bustling or crowded situations.  Wearing loose or otherwise improperly fitting gear and not escaping.  Coming when called outside the home.  We are not in a rush to place Rainer but know that the perfect family is out there somewhere and we are ready to begin looking. For a dog like him, bonding is possible but escape is likely because anything more frightening than the strength of the bond is liable to send him running and due to his utter lack of socialization, many things are extremely terrifying to him including walking on new surfaces, sudden or sporadic movements, raised or unsteady voices and unusual sounds and textures of all sorts.  Rainier's foster family reports that he's a great dog in the house and only potties outside. He is beginning to bond with the family and he does take treats from all members of the house including the toddler and has enjoyed the company of the other dogs in the home.  He will come vaccinated, microchipped, dewormed and neutered and with lifetime support from the team at Murci's Mission. Thank you for considering a special dog like Rainier.  show less