What’s better than an adoptable pet weekly? The people who can make it happen. Thanks to the Greater Birmingham Humane Society (GBHS) we will be featuring a pet that is looking for their FURever home. This week’s pup is quite the looker.
Mason is a 3-year old Mastiff mix weighing 58lbs. This precious pup is a bundle of sweetness with a cute personality. Unfortunately, he happens to be heartworm positive. Luckily, GBHS has a Foster-to-Adopt program that will help him recover.
The program allows for Mason to get treated until his worms clear up whilst also letting him go home with an adoptive family. All treatment costs are covered by GBHS. After he recovers, the adoption will be finalized.
If you are interested in adopting Mason, you can find the adoption application on their website.
View this post on Instagram
253 animals were fostered in the month of February. That's 253 more lives saved and 253 open spaces for other incoming animals. Want to join our foster family? Visit www.gbhs.org/foster-care to learn more and apply! #GBHS #Bham #BhamAL #Birmingham #DogsofBham #CatsofBham #AdoptDontShop
All adoptable pets from the GBHS are neutered/spayed, microchipped and up-to-date on all vaccines. They also have more than just cats, dogs and puppies. They sometimes have birds, ferrets, reptiles, pigs, bunnies and other pets up for adoption. Adoption fees are as follows:
- Cats, kittens, dogs or puppies:
- Animals six months and under: $50
- Animals older than six months: $25
- Rabbits: $25
- Ferrets: $50
- Rats, Guinea Pigs & Hamsters: $10 for one or $15 for a pair
All active and retired military members and their immediate family members receive waived adoption fees with a valid ID presented at the time of adoption.
You can find out all of the adoptable pets at GBHS right here. It is updated regularly as pets become adoptable.