Status: Adopted
Type: Dog
Breed(s): Chihuahua Mix
Size: Mini (<10 Pounds)
Age: Senior (8+ years)
Gender: Female
Hair: Short
Colors: White
Pattern: Solid
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    Monroe has a Sponsor Angel-her adoption fee will be significantly reduced!

    Monroe has a Sponsor Angel-her adoption fee will be significantly reduced!

    UPDATE FROM HER FOSTER: Monroe is a perfect companion. She loves to go on walks, walks well on a leash with my other dog, and when left home does not whine or bark, she does not even need to be crated. She is great with other dogs, cats, and children! When we aren’t out galavanting in the neighborhood, Monroe enjoys relaxing and taking a sunbath in the back yard.

    Monroe has a Sponsor Angel, this means a large part of her adoption fee will be paid by this generous soul.

    Little Ms. Monroe loves to prance around and is curious about everyone and everything. She loves other dogs! A lot. And she gets along great with cats. She also enjoys curling up in a blanket and taking a snooze. Monroe would make a great companion for anyone looking for a canine BFF.

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    One comment on “Monroe

    • Lisa says:

      in Pink:1) I don’t know about other states, but in California, once paanetrl rights are terminated, they CANNOT be reinstated. I highly doubt that they can in other states either, as that defeats the purpose of termination.2) Except in very rare circumstances, whether or not to allow visitation after an adoption is totally up to the adoptive parents. Written agreements for visitation are enforceable in California; however, it is up to the adoptive parents as to whether they want to sign the agreement in the first place. I refused to sign a visitation agreement on all 3 of my sons.3) It is against federal law for any agency that accepts federal funds (which is pretty much all of them), to delay or deny an adoption based on the race of either the child or the adoptive parents. Inter-racial adoptions are widely accepted now and any agency denying an adoption because of race faces serious risk of losing federal funds. The only exception to this is for Native American children which must follow the rules of the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA).4) Generally, in California foster parents are considered on an equal basis with extended relatives if they have had the child for more than 6 months. I was chosen over an aunt for one of my sons because he had been with me for 6 months (since birth).

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