“Hi, I’m Mimi and my foster mom says I’m a friendly and loving girl, approximately five months old and weighing about 15 to 20-pounds right now.
“I’m blessed to have gotten ACT’s help after contracting a viral disease called distemper. I am a survivor and am so lucky.
“Even though I’ve been through a lot I still look at the world in a positive way. Proud to say I’m distemper free and ready to be adopted.”
It’s expected that Mimi will be about 40 to 45-pounds when fully grown. She’s great with cats and all dogs too, and is already crate-trained. Mimi has been spayed, is up-to-date on all her vaccinations, and is microchipped. She wearss a distinctive white blaze on her chest.
“If you think I’m the girl for you please fill out an online adoption application for me or contact my foster mom at (559)267-3607!”
Animal Compassion Team is a nonprofit animal rescue organization whose goal is to save as many homeless pets as possible. We are volunteer based organization and receive no funding from local government.
We believe that all dogs and cats are as individual as adopters and make great effort to help match your family with the pet that is best suited for you.
Through lifelong commitments and healthy fulfilled lives we believe pets are able to become the best they can be and amazing relationships are built.