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Herbert

Male Tibetan Terrier

Notes from current foster: Herbert is a very sweet medium size dog that had a rough past. He is an absolute sweet boy that is house trai... show more

Notes from current foster: Herbert is a very sweet medium size dog that had a rough past. He is an absolute sweet boy that is house trained, does not destroy anything and has no separation anxiety. We started to foster this sweet boy, when we lost our second dog. He became completely attached to us and follows us everywhere. When we sit down, he jumps up and snuggles. His favorite activity is to look at you and when you make eye contact to give you a kiss. We are in total love with this boy. Unfortunately, he has two problems. Since he was neglected in his previous life, he started a terrible habit of attacking and biting his tail, when he can't cope with a situation. We were able to work with him and reduce it to the point that it is no longer a big issue. He still does it on occasion, but we learned to diffuse it. The other issue, which unfortunately we are not able to work with, is that he became very attached to us and as his attachment grew, he started to not get along with my other dog or our cats. Herbert needs a home that has no small children, is quiet, has no other animals and an owner that is experienced with dogs to be able to diffuse his tail attacking habit. If you fit the bill and can give Herbert this loving quiet home that he can flourish in, please reach out to us! Herbert needs Help and a forever home. All of our animals are spayed/neutered, micro chipped, up to date on their shots, heartworm tested, and have a wellness check-up prior to them being adopted. Keep in mind that any dog in a new environment, regardless of training and age will need your attention in the potty training department during a transition. If you would like more information about the BAARC, please visit BayAreaAnimalRescueCrew.org show less

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Otter

Female Domestic Shorthair

Xena and Otter are brother and sister kittens that were found in a bush by a gardener after he had accidentally hit them with a weed wha... show more

Xena and Otter are brother and sister kittens that were found in a bush by a gardener after he had accidentally hit them with a weed whacker, severing one of Xena’s hind leg, and part of her tail. Her setbacks don’t really set her back, however. She is the sweetest, smartest little kitten I know. A little more independent as most female cats are, but loves to be close by hanging out with you.. she’s super spunky & keeps her brothers in check. Otter is the only one out of his siblings fortunate enough to keep all 4 of his legs.. but I swear that cat suffered from brain damage because he is goofy as hell. 😂 he is a spaz when he’s playing with his siblings, and I personally think he would do better in a home with another cat, or maybe a young kid that can give him lots of attention.. because he will need it. Lol. He’s the biggest purr monster, and loves to be held.. both of the kitties are kid friendly, dog friendly, other-cat friendly (even chinchilla friendly as their favorite time of day is when talulah gets to run around the house) All of our animals are spayed/neutered, microchipped, up to date on their shots and have a wellness check-up prior to a adoption being finalized. Keep in mind that any cat in a new environment, regardless of training and age will need your attention in the potty training department during a transition. If you would like more information about the BAARC, please visit BayAreaAnimalRescueCrew.org show less

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Xena

Female Domestic Shorthair

Xena and Otter are brother and sister kittens that were found in a bush by a gardener after he had accidentally hit them with a weed wha... show more

Xena and Otter are brother and sister kittens that were found in a bush by a gardener after he had accidentally hit them with a weed whacker, severing one of Xena’s hind leg, and part of her tail. Her setbacks don’t really set her back, however. She is the sweetest, smartest little kitten I know. A little more independent as most female cats are, but loves to be close by hanging out with you.. she’s super spunky & keeps her brothers in check. Otter is the only one out of his siblings fortunate enough to keep all 4 of his legs.. but I swear that cat suffered from brain damage because he is goofy as hell. 😂 he is a spaz when he’s playing with his siblings, and I personally think he would do better in a home with another cat, or maybe a young kid that can give him lots of attention.. because he will need it. Lol. He’s the biggest purr monster, and loves to be held.. both of the kitties are kid friendly, dog friendly, other-cat friendly (even chinchilla friendly as their favorite time of day is when talulah gets to run around the house) All of our animals are spayed/neutered, microchipped, up to date on their shots and have a wellness check-up prior to a adoption being finalized. Keep in mind that any cat in a new environment, regardless of training and age will need your attention in the potty training department during a transition. If you would like more information about the BAARC, please visit BayAreaAnimalRescueCrew.org show less