• Adopting a cat or dog can be one of the most exciting days of your life. Many factors should be taken into consideration before choosing an animal to share your home and life, including how much time you and your family have to spend with the companion animal, how much money can be spent each month on food and other expenses, and how much space is available for the animal to live.

    When adopting, you are commiting to caring for the animal for it's natural life, which can be 15-20 years for a cat and 10-15 years for a dog. This commitment includes not only your love and time, but also a financial commitment for food, supplies, grooming and veterinary care. Please visit our Pet Education page for informative links on caring for your pet.

  • Why is there an adoption fee?

    Adoption fees help cover the medical care of the animal while he or she waits for a new home, as well as food and transportation costs.  These fees help to provide care for the other animals in the sheter or rescue group who may have medical bills that are much higher than any possible adoptions fee.

  • What is included in the adoption fee?

    Each Adoptable Animal has had:

    • Health Evaluation
    • Spay/Neuter
    • Vaccinations including rabies
    • De-worming
    • FeLV/FIV testing for cats
    • Heartworm testing for canines 6 months and older
    • Micro-chipping with lifetime registration
    • Flea prevention for cats and dogs
    • Heartworm prevention for dogs
  • Adoption Fees

    Pet Fee
    Canine Adoption Fees
    Under 1 year $200
    1 year - 8 years $150
    9+ years $100
    Purebreds $250

    Feline Adoption Fees
    Under 4 years $100
    5+ years $50