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These are the pets available for adoption at Robyn's Nest. All dogs and cats are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, wormed, and micro-chipped. Dogs are heart-worm negative and on prevention. Cats are tested for Feline leukemia and FIV.

Adoption fees are as follows:
- Dogs over 8 years $150
- Dogs 6 months to 8 years $200
- Dogs under 6 months (puppies) $250
- Cat, chinchilla, ferret,rats and pot-bellied pig $60
- Rabbits $60

-Hamsters, Gerbils, Mice $20 

-Guinea pigs $40 - Purebred Cats & Dogs Are an additional $50
IF you adopt a SECOND pet as a companion, it is half price!

All of our rats, rabbits, and female guinea pigs are spayed/neutered which should increase their lifespan and keep them from getting tumors.

“Due to the pandemic, we are asking anyone who is interested in adoption to fill out an application at prior to meeting an animal. We will check references and then contact you to discuss the application before scheduling an appointment to meet the animal. This will decrease the amount of foot traffic in the rescue and in our foster’s homes. Thank you for understanding!  Please feel free to call the rescue a time for more information at 937-247-9272.”

HocusHocus and Pocus are a bonded pair of female Vietnamese Pot Bellied Pigs. These ladies love cats, apples, sweet potatoes, and of course, playing in mud. They know the command “come girls” and their names. This pair needs an outdoor home including a shelter with straw to burrow in and mud or a pool/puddle to cool off in during warm weather. They love being petted and look forward to meeting you! Hocus was surrendered by her owner when they were moving. She is White with Black coloring around her eyes. She is not spayed because of her age. ADOPTION UPDATE:: A note from their new human mom, "Just wanted to let you know that the girls are doing wonderful! We love them SO much already! They love their new house and rooting in the grass in their pen. In the morning when I go check on them they are usually still in bed, but come out snorting and wagging when I call for them. It is so darn cute. My Dad and I built a house out of wood pallets; it's 4 x 4 x 4 and they seem to really be comfortable and warm in there." Their mom is happy to provide a forever home. Their new family has a small family farm with 5 horses, 2 mini donkeys, and a rescued llama. They wanted pot bellies for a long time and are ready and excited to provide them a safe, loving home in Northern Kentucky.