Roby Animal Sanctuary & Cat Rescue
Rating: 3 stars 2 2 reviews 313
PO Box 355 Owensboro KY 42302 USA
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Adopted 2 Dogs, one was very sick and should have NOT been up for adoption. I was charged $150 For each dog. Their medical records were not up to date. I was lied to about the breed, age, and health of the animals. When I asked questions I was given lies followed by more lies. I believe Emily should be shut down as she is probably using tax exempt status for her personal gain. I would not recommend her or the Roby shelter.
These women have helped rescue and rehome fully vetted animals. They pay lots of their own money and donate their own time to help abandoned animals find forever homes. There is nobody else in our community doing what they are doing! They are operating on a shoe string in tough times. They have also provided the public with over 1000 low cost spay neuters. They help feral cats which are the most widely euthanized at shelters. They do in home visits for adoption prospects and each dog and cat I tested spayed or neutered and vaccinated plus given ALL vet reccomend boosters! They currently rescue and home horses, cats and dogs and have run on volunteers and donations since July 2008.
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