Graced Kennel & Grooming 

offers daycare, boarding, grooming & training in Augusta, GA serving the CSRA since 2008

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Hands to Paws Rescue, Inc

Einnie can often be found curled up in a sun spot napping. If you pet her while shes curled up, shell roll over so you can pet her belly. As fond as she is of napping, she also loves a good chase. One of our most sociable girls, Einnie gets along with kids and other cats.

Miles can be a grouchy old man. He can be hard to win over, but once you do its well worth it. Underneath his gruff exterior is a very loving cat who would be perfectly content if you petted him forever. Miles needs an easy-going home with lots of places to lounge and without other pets or children.

Hi, my name is Damien. I'm a sweet guy, but I can also be very shy. My hobbies include playing in my litter box when no one is looking and taking long naps. I prefer to be in charge when it comes to petting. If I want it I will come to you and get it. It took me a couple weeks to warm up to my fellow cat roommates, but we are all friends now. I even enjoy taking naps with them. I need someone that will have patience with me and allow me to warm up to them. It will only take a few days, but I find changing environments stressful so Im looking for one place to call my home forever.

Einnie

Midnight

Diamond

Donations are appreciated and accepted anytime. You may donate money, time, or any of the items on our list.
 
 
We currently need:
New or used

  • Blankets
  • Toys
  • Leashes
  • Beds
  • Bowls
  • Treats


 
 

 

We work with the Augusta Humane Society by providing shelter and care for the animals they have up for adoption.
Each pet is altered, UTD on vaccines and Heartworm preventative . Adoption fee is $50 per pet and a home check is required as well. If you are interested please call us at (706) 738-7168 to schedule a time to check them out.


Graced Animal Services and Kennel is not a rescue group and cannot take in unwanted or abandoned animals

My name is Django and I am one of a kind! The people who rescued me have been teaching me that it is not good to nip and jump on people and that when I behave I get rewarded. I love to please people! I also love to run and run! I am high energy and need someone that has time to work with me. Im looking for someone that doesnt have kids just yet and would like me to be their kid and teach me how to behave and act like a spoiled dog. I had a rough start in life and now that things are good Im looking for guidance. My rescuers even said that with training they see the potential of me being able to play with other dogs. They are unsure of how I would do with cats and feel it would be best to just avoid cats for now.

My name is Mystic and I'm a sweet-tempered, laid back, lady. I'm really good at helping with the laundry and dishes (supervising of course), so I can definitely pull my weight if you decide to adopt me. I enjoy the company of other friendly cats and children too if they're mellow like me. I can also be very playful and like to swat and chase my toys around the room.

Midnight is a bit sensitive, sensibility-wise and stomach-wise. He can be a little high-maintenance, but you wont find a sweeter cat around. He loves to run and play, but he doesnt get much chance to do so. We have to keep him in a crate so we can keep an eye on his digestive issues. Midnight also gets along well with other cats. If you give him the attention he needs, you will get love back hundredfold.

That's What Friends Are For

 If you don't find your best friend here then check out the links below

Django

Damien

My name is Diamond and I am deaf. Being deaf has not slowed me down one bit! I love to chase the ball then play keep away. I also love the water. I will get in any puddle or pool I can find. I am a little shy with new people until I get to know you, but once we are friends I want nothing more than to play. I'm looking for someone that is willing to work on training me. I would prefer to be in a home with no other pets. I like to be the only princess around.

Hands2Paws

Reasons to adopt a pet:

You will save a life.

If you adopt an adult pet, there's a possibility you can avoid some of the hassles related to house-training and teething, which are associated with puppies and kittens. Of course, if you prefer a puppy or kitten, rescue groups and shelters have plenty of those available as well.

You'll save money because adoption costs less than buying an animal from a pet shop or breeder.

Perfectly "perfect" animals of all breeds, shapes, ages and sizes are available at shelters and rescue groups. Just because an animal ends up there doesn't mean there is anything wrong with them. They are just in need of a second chance.

You just might meet your best friend!

Mystic

Miles