Southern Nevada Animal Rescue League, exists to provide a better life for adoptable homeless, abandoned, or abused animals. We aim to assist in the effort of limiting the overpopulation of these animals as well as educate the public against breed or size discrimination. There is no such thing as a “bad breed”, only bad humans. Our mission is to make sure all of the animals we rescue are placed in loving, safe, and viable fur-ever homes.
Pet of the Month
Can someone please explain to us how our beautiful Kiwi keeps getting over looked? Is it because she is chubby? Is it because she is 4 years old and not a kitten? Is it because she is a tabby? Whatever the reason, we are soo confused as she is the most perfect sweetheart ever. She is great with other kitties and mellow dogs. She is great with everyone she meets including kids. The moment we say her name, her tail goes straight in the air as if she is expecting a butt rub, which is her favorite thing ever. She is a complete purrrr bucket & loves to be snuggled and loved on. Kiwi is our rescue's longest resident. She has been waiting so patiently for her forever home for soo long. We are confident that someone out there is willing to give this beautiful girl a forever home! We just haven't found them yet. Maybe that could be you?
Kiwi came to us from the local shelter after she was scheduled for euthanasia because she was over weight... yes, you read that right, she was going to be put to sleep just because she was chubby. She has since lost about 2 pounds, which doesn't sound or look like much, but it definitely helped increase her energy level just a bit.
If you are interested in adopting Kiwi, please complete an adoption application on our forms page. Please note a home check is required. All Southern Nevada Animal Rescue League (SNARL) cats are to be indoor only kitties and are not allowed outside unless it is in a cat proof yard or catio.