Adopting

Adoptable Animals

Preparing for a Cat Adoption

Dog Adoption Process

Adoption Fees

Dogs: $135
(9 months old and older)
All dogs are: spayed/neutered and are up-to-date on their rabies and distemper vaccinations. Dogs are also micro-chipped.

Puppies: $180
(8 months old and under)
(*Un-spayed/un-neutered puppies will require a refundable spay/neuter deposit- see below)
All puppies are up-to-date on their distemper vaccinations, and if old enough, they will have their rabies vaccination. Puppies must be spayed/neutered before they can be adopted, or a Spay/Neuter deposit of $90 will be required for the adoption of any puppy not already spayed/neutered. This $90 deposit will be refunded to the adopter once proof has been shown that the puppy has been spayed/neutered.

Adoption Fees Cats and Kittens: $75
(*Un-spayed/un-neutered kittens will require a refundable spay/neuter deposit- see below)

  • All cats are spayed/neutered and up-to-date on their rabies and distemper vaccinations and are micro-chipped. Cats are also now tested for both FIV and feline leukemia.
  • All kittens are up-to-date on their distemper vaccinations, and if old enough, they will have their rabies vaccination. Kittens must be spayed/neutered before they can be adopted, or a Spay/Neuter deposit of $60 will be required for the adoption of any kitten not already spayed/neutered. This $60 deposit will be refunded to the adopter once proof has been shown that the kitten has been spayed/neutered.
  • Declawing involves amputating the entire part of the 10 front toes including MOST of the first knuckle.  A comparison in humans would be cutting off a persons finger at the last joint. -Declawing, whether performed using a scalpel or laser, is a very painful procedure. -Nerves, tendons, and muscles are severed along with joints making recovery from declawing painful and lengthy. -Declawing robs a cat of an integral means of balance, movement and defense.
  • Scratching Posts offer an alternative to scratching furniture.  -Discourage your cat from clawing furniture by using an adversive scent or spray on furniture which cats generally do not like such as citrus.-Keep your cats nails trimmed if the claws are clipped as needed cats will have less desire to remove the husks of dead claws through scratching.-Nail caps are available commercially to cover the claws.-Declawing is banned in many other countries because it is considered cruel.