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Animal Aid adopts dogs and cats to loving homes with approved applications. Adoption fee includes current vaccinations, spay or neuter, microchipping.
Since we are a volunteer based organization, it may take a few days to receive initial follow-up regarding your adoption application. If you haven't been contacted within 3 days of submitting your application, Email us.
Adoption Fees: Cat: $150 Dog: $175
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Dahlia is a super sweet grey tabby who loves nothing more than rolling on her belly and talking to you! She has an ulcer on her right eye which will likely need ointment placed two to three times a day.
Denver loves to play, purr, and find rays of sunshine to lay in! :) He'll even let you know when he thinks he needs more attention with a cute little chirp. He was born with no tail and and it is called manx syndrome. His form of Manx syndrome causes him to be unable to control his bowel movements. He will never be litter box trained due to his condition. He wears diapers when roaming about the house and playing! He will need to be expressed twice a day and we can show you how to do this.
Dodge was thrown from a moving vehicle into a park where two teenagers found him and got assistance from a stranger who is now his foster. He may have some scaring on his face from the road rash, but other than that he had no broken bones, no fractures, and no major health concerns. He is definitely a puppy!! He loves to chew, run, and get into mischief. He currently lives with another pup and gets along great with her!
Oh sweet Dusty Girl, she was left to fend for yourself in her old age, she still so sweet, gentle, and relaxed. She got her name because she had found a place among the colony kitties at The Dusty Pig art studio downtown. They noticed she was slowing down, she wasn't eating well, and beginning to seriously need some medical attention. This girl will purr for as long as you're in the room!
Lily is a very shy cat. She has lived outside her whole life, until she got hit by a car and lost all feeling in her front right leg. She has taken a huge liking to our other office cat T'Challah and we really hope they might get adopted together.
Lonzo is great with children and listens to direction. He is always eager to please and is treat motivated. Lonzo is also house trained and does well with other dogs. He currently knows a couple of commands and is extremely trainable. He is very mild mannered and has a laid back temperament. Lonzo enjoys going for walks and getting to enjoy his new life, as a puppy and getting loved. He is looking for his forever home and will make an excellent new family member.
Norman is shy, but would love to be at home snuggled up next to his person or laying outside helping you work in your garden! He prefers backyard time over walks or runs. He loves to play fetch, but he doesn't always bring it back or even go get it. What matters to him is again just being with his person. He is super dog friendly, big or small he gets along well with them and if they're to rowdy or rambunctious he'll just walk away. He would do great in a quiet home with little activity.
Pancake is a gorgeous silver tabby! She was unfortunately hit by a car which resulted in a fractured pelvis. She is needing cage rest for the next 8 weeks, but she would love to be in her potential forever home during her healing process so she could get to know her family and their routines! She is very sweet and loves to sleep on her belly.
Pico is a super playful, rambunctious little girl! She adores ALL toys, especially the kind that are on a track and she can chase the ball around! She has met cats and dogs and does well with both as long as she has time to introduce herself. If you'd like to meet this beautiful grey tabby please apply at www.animalaid.org/adopt
Pip was found on a hot summers day in distress, was open mouth breathing, and was simply jus a bag of bones. We ended up having to trap him as he was not sure about human interaction. Within one day of realizing he was getting a fresh meal, water, and a warm place to be he is full of love and talks all the time! He is still wary of loud noises and fast movements, but he is gaining more and more confidence each day!
Piper is very easy on introduction. She isn’t in your face about meeting you, but she is just so sweet once you decide to approach her. If you reach out to make friends, she will decide to be your BFF immediately.
Ronnie is so sweet and gives the best kisses. He loves people fiercely! He has shown no reactivity or issues with cats, but DOES NOT tolerate any other dog. He is currently learning how to use a muzzle while on walks and is doing fantastic! He is kennel trained, house trained, and knows basic commands! He rides great in the car and will listen if you ask him to move or get in the back!
Sora is as sweet as she can be! She always wants your attention and has the cutest little meow. She took awhile to warm up to us as she decided that she was going to become an Animal Aid kitty, She took up residence under our animal care coordinators office and after weeks of feeding her, one day it was raining and she decided that we were ok and that she would now like to come inside our office and join the gang! She takes a little to warm up to new kitties, but only likes to hiss.
This big ol tomcat came to us with terrible flea dermatitis and an upper respiratory infection. He is talkative, cuddly, and loves to explore! He seems to really enjoy the company of cats and doesn't mind dogs either. Since he had to fend for himself out on the streets for the first few years of life he has contracted feline immunodefiency virus. It is only contagious to other cats if he were to get into a serious fight with another cat.
Westley is a diamond in the rough. He has one blue eye and one brown eye. He is a heeler mix and still young and easily trainable. He loves treats and will do anything for them. He knows how to sit, but needs work on waiting. He needs some leash training work, but doesn't pull once he gets his excitement out!