Four Paws Farm d/b/a Animal A.I.D. of Mississippi is a non-profit 501(c)(3) rescue organization currently a foster based rescue, but with BIG plans to build an animal sanctuary in Pass Christian, MS. With 20 acres on the Mississippi Gulf Coast our volunteer organization is dedicated to providing shelter, protection, nurturing, and love to the most vulnerable and forsaken injured or abused dogs and cats in our community.
Four Paws Farm d/b/a Animal A.I.D. of Mississippi is an IRS 501 (c)(3) animal rescue group, currently foster-based, but with BIG plans to build an animal sanctuary facility along the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
Our principals have offered a 20 acre parcel of land to do just that, setting in motion our goal to become the only animal sanctuary along the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Animal A.I.D. is entirely supported by volunteers. Sadly, one of the biggest obstacles to rescuing more animals that are fully deserving and desperately in need of our help, is not having access to qualified fosters to care for these animals.
Four Paws Farm is the answer to this need.
Sweet little Lucy is available for adoption. She was found as a friendly feral and has adapted to indoor life rather quickly. She has been spayed and has received two sets of shots.
Her favorite activities are playing with anything that moves, especially balls, and laying close to her person. She also likes to talk, but is not a chatty Kathy. She lives with other cats and both large/small dogs. She has her favorites when it comes to playing, but will play with another cat and one of the smaller dogs.
Her adoption fee is $50 which helps offset some of the costs of getting her fixed and vaccinated.
Scrappy-Doo has a “let me at ’em” attitude and is up for playing with any friend, large or small. He’s also up for adoption.
Scrappy is a 4 month old Shih-Tzu mix. He loves to play ball and is learning lots of commands like ringing a bell to go outside, sit, drop it, etc. Being only 4 months old, he still has a few accidents in the house, but is such a joy. He is kennel trained and nervous pees and sometimes gets car sick….but most of all, he gives great puppy kisses.
The process of acclimating a pet to your home can be made much easier by educating yourself and putting that knowledge into action. We’ll help you manage the transition for you and your new pet to help create a positive and happy environment – now and for many years to come.