Please go to Basenjirescue.org and join as a member. It will show you are serious about helping. BRAT always needs good foster homes. A home visit will be required (not sure if that is possible at this time considering this COVID-19 crisis). It is especially helpful if you have basenji experience. Not always, but very often, a basenji coming into rescue has special needs (i.e., behavioral, medical, etc.). It is good to ask yourself if you and your family are willing to deal with that. Fostering is hard but it can also be a wonderful and rewarding thing to do.
Looking to adopt a Basenji/Basenji mix in Los Angeles, CA
I am a 31 year old active woman living in Los Angeles and looking to adopt a young (~ 9mo - 1 year old) Basenji/Basenji Mix.
What is the best place to look in Los Angeles or surrounding areas (willing to drive if necessary to adopt right one for sure)?
Thanks so much in advance!
Contact MedFly, www.basenjirescue.com or BRAT, www.basenjirescue.org. MedFly is in Southern California, BRAT is Nationwide
We rescued our current B from Medfly - just north of LA. Karen at Medfly was wonderful to work with and we love our little girl!