An all-breed rescue organization has asked me to help them place some Cavaliers. These dogs all came from a vet who has encouraged a miller to allow a rescue organization to place them rather than "put them down." Apparently, the miller gets something like an $800 tax deduction for a "business loss" for "defective stock" that is written off. So rather than pay for any meds or treatment a pup may need, she brings them to the vet to be "put down." Fortunately, this vet also is very active in rescue and has worked out an arrangement where the miller still gets her tax deduction and the pups are given to rescue. In order to maintain a good and discrete relationship with this miller (ugh!), Cavaliers will not be listed on the rescue's PetFinder site.
I found homes for two cav pups last week and am now working on finding loving, forever-homes for three pups and an adult (not the mom of this litter).
Every rescue animal is fully vetted, up to date on all shots, heart worm negative, and spayed/neutered before leaving our care. Out of state homes will be considered if we can arrange for a home visit/check performed by another rescue organization. Priority is given to people who have/had cavaliers and are educated on this breed. Adoption fee is $250.
Photos in following posts.