Where to see our adoptable animals
Thank you for considering adopting a new companion!
Adopting a pet is one of the most rewarding things you can do! We take great pride in matching the perfect companion with you and your lifestyle. We ask you to please fill out an application, so we can get an idea of who you are and the type of companion you are looking for. The application asks questions such as: "Do you have a fenced in yard?" "What is your work schedule like?" and "What type of personality you are looking for in your new best friend?" Once we receive the application it usually takes 1-2 days to process — we call references and your vet, if you already have an established relationship with one. Once your application has been approved, we will call you to set up a time for you to meet the cat or dog, if you have not already done so. We perform home visits to allow us the opportunity to sit down and discuss any further questions you may have, transfer medical records, sign the adoption contract, and introduce your new best friend to their home. If the animal you were interested in adopting does not seem to be a good fit, your application is good for 30 days, after that you will need to resubmit another application if you find you are interested in another one of our animals.
We must charge adoption fees so that we can ensure you are getting your new companion in the best condition and in good health! We accept cash, check, and Paypal.
Kittens under a year old: $135
Adult cats over a year old: $80
Senior cats, 8 years and older: $40
Special needs cats: per-case basis
All cat adoption fees include spay or neuter, microchipping, age-appropriate shots (rabies and distemper), feline leukemia/feline aids test, de-worming, and flea/tick treatment, if necessary.
Puppies under a year old: $350
Adult dogs over a year old: $250
Senior dogs: per-case basis
Special needs dogs: per-case basis
All adoption fees for dogs include spay or neuter, microchipping, age-appropriate vaccines (rabies, distemper, bordatella), heartworm test, de-worming, and flea/tick treatment, if necessary.