Adopt a pet

Interested in our rescue pets? The process of adopting a pet from us is simple.

  1. Browse our Adoptable pets list.
  2. If you see one you’re interested in, click the button to apply for that pet.
  3. We will process your application.
  4. After you are approved, we will schedule a time for you and the pet to meet each other!
  5. In the event that you don’t choose the pet after all, you will still be an approved adopter and able to schedule other Meet & Greet sessions.
Our rescue is an all (unpaid) volunteer organization. For each application we receive it takes us approximately 3 hours to review, contact all personal and veterinary references, and make a decision on approval of it. Depending upon volunteer availability, this can take us several days to accomplish, especially when we receive many applications or if we have difficulties reaching references. Your patience is appreciated! If you don't see a pet that you are interested in right now, feel free to fill out an application and get pre-approved to reduce your wait time when you do see a pet you like.


And now that I have your attention--*ahem* Helloooo ladies. The name is Xander. Now, let’s get some things straight—I know I look like a hound straight out of a furternity but believe me when I say I’m LTR material. As you can see, I take fitness seriously (I mean, look at those glutes—just saying.) I’m looking for a partner that can be active with me but is also game for cuddling on the couch and watching some Animal Planet. I’m a Virgo—so I have an eye for detail and grooming and cleanliness is of utmost importance to me. If you’re not willing to spend a day at the doggy spa with me, kindly move along. If you’re looking for the way to my heart, I’ll give you a hint—sweaters and bubbles—you’re welcome 😉 A word to the wise—look into these soulful brown eyes too long and you’ll soon be lost to my charms. I’m an affectionate guy so don’t be surprised if I shower you with kisses. I’m a one-year-old pup and have all of the relevant skills down—sit, lay down, and going to my crate when directed (okay, fine, it’s not my favorite but gimme a break.) I’m still learning how to walk on a leash and can be a bit shy when I first meet you but give me some time and I’ll be your new best friend. As for my other furkind, I sometimes get overexcited when I see them out and about but I’ll settle down quickly. I’ve been told I play a little rough, so I would prefer a doggy sibling that lets me be the boss or a home where I’ll be the sole canine of the castle. Some of my favorite hobbies include fetch and tug-of-war, and if you must banish me to the crate, I require a toy to not expire of boredom. Apparently, not everyone is a hugger—I’m still working on this, but I would probably do best in a home without young children or elderly people. Anyway, that’s about it for me, folks. If you like what you see, apply at P.S. I’m neutered, up to date on vaccines, microchipped, and heartworm negative (what more could you want!?) My adoption fee is $225.

Adoption fee: $225

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Rubi is a little old lady who is aging like Betty White and fine wine! WE believe Rubi to be about 11 years old. Don’t let Rubi’s age fool you though, she loves squeaky toys and bones and will play with the best of them. Rubi loves to sleep and be with her people and loves all the people she meets! Rubi can be slower warming up to other dogs, but will do fine as long as they aren’t in her face too much. Rubi is fully house trained... so no depends needed for this sweet lady. Rubi is currently on a medication for fluid in her lungs that she will continue to need. Rubi is a lover who is just looking for the right family to spend her life with! If you think Rubi may be a good fit for your home, you can submit an application for her at . Rubi’s adoption fee is $150 If you think Rubi may be a good fit for your home, you can submit an application for her at Rubi’s adopt fee is $150 and she is spayed, vaccinated, microchipped and heartworm negative.

Adoption fee: $150

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Stark is a very special boy who will need a patient, special family. He has a laundry list of medical problems, the least of which is a need to put some meat on his bones. This is due to the fact he has "mega esophagus", meaning the tube that carries food and liquid between the mouth and stomach gets larger and loses its ability to move food into the stomach. Thankfully, Stark is not showing any clinical signs of this issue, meaning he does not regurgitate his food at this point. We do however used raised bowls to feed him and have him on a low fat, prescription diet that is good for dogs with this condition. While Stark is only 2 and a half years old... and he also has what is called "myasthenia gravis", his legs are showing a lot of improvement! He has slowly been able to start walking and even running without too many problems from his back legs. Stark is a wonderful boy who has a lot to give to a family who is willing to help him learn how to best enjoy life, despite the medical issues he has. The vet would like to set the goal of being able to eventually taper off his meds, however at this point in time, we cannot say for certain whether this will happen. The vet is extremely pleased with how well he responded to the medicine and does have high hopes that he will eventually be able to be weaned off it. Stark is going to be a lot of work for his family, but promises he will do his best to make it all worth it! Once Stark is comfortable with his people he is extremely loving, yet still independent enough to not need constant attention, while preferring to be near his people. He is pretty much house trained, despite the fact that none of his legs are working wonderfully. While with his foster, he has not needed crated and has not shown destructive tendencies. Frankly, Stark sleeps on the couch at night like a lump! He’s a smart boy who has become a sit and shake pro! Stark loves other dogs and has been able to begin playing with his foster brother while his legs are learning to keep up with him! Stark gets a little too excited when getting treats sometimes (don’t we all?), but once he is told “easy” remembers that he should still have some manners. Stark doesn’t get too excited over toys, but he is starting to occasionally enjoy a good tennis ball. Stark is learning to walk on a leash, and while not animal or person reactive, is still learning basic leash manners. He is definitely a very special boy with some special needs that are totally worth the trouble. Stark is microchipped, up to date on vaccines, and heartworm negative. Because of his condition, we are going to wait until he is more stable to neuter him. Stark’s adoption fee is $150 and it will be in the contract that you must take him to be neutered at our vet in approximately 6 months to a year when he is ready. This will be schedule by us and paid for at our expense. If you think you could be the special family that Stark needs, you can submit an application for him at **Please research both myasthenia gravis and mega esophagus prior to applying for this sweet boy to ensure you understand the care he will require.**

Adoption fee: $150

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Greyson is a strong, good looking boy who is 8 months old and a rather shy little guy. He doesn't ask for much, but is ready to play or have his belly rubbed almost always. He gets along great with his foster sister, Molly Brown, and many times they are found sleeping together. He does like his food, but shares because he has to! He also likes to be held for short periods of time. He is litter box trained. If you want a quiet but loving boy, he is a great choice! Greyson is neutered, microchipped and vaccinated. His adoption fee is $75 and you can apply to adopt him at Adoption fee: $75

Adoption fee: $75

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*****We know Wiggles is very cute and catches everyone’s heart. However, we are looking for a home for Wiggles that understands that her cuteness comes with a lot of work. She is a special needs puppy. Wiggles has a condition called Cerebellum Hypoplasia, which means her cerebellum is smaller than it’s supposed to be and this affects her mobility. Wiggles is a 12-week-old, 12 lb fluffball that is so sweet and loving. She has stolen everyone’s heart that has met her. We probably should’ve called her Tigger as she is bouncy, trouncy, flouncy, pouncy, due to her condition. She loves playing with other dogs and will need another playful but respectful dog in the home. We do not know what breed mixes Wiggles is made up of, there are a lot of theories. We do know her mom was 50 lbs and she will likely be that big as well. Her body may not be that of a regular puppy but her behaviors still are. She still chews things she shouldn’t, bites on fingers, plays too rough at times, and needs to be taught about rules and manners. We would prefer her to go to a home with older children that will understand her special needs and be gentle with her. Wiggles is a special girl looking for a special person or family to love her and see the joy she feels about life. While Wiggles’ condition requires more work than most puppies it also comes with a few good things. She always looks like she’s dancing to music only she can hear. She will never need correcting for jumping on people, stealing food from your counter, or getting on furniture she isn’t supposed to. She will not need a lot of formal exercise as playing in the back yard with a buddy and chewing on toys will be more than enough most of the time. You do need to keep in mind that since she is more work than most puppies her adopters need to be patient and have the extra time to give to Wiggles each and every day. She will need grooming and more baths than most dogs. She will likely be 50-60 lbs and this will mean that she can knock over small children and elderly people without meaning to. Delicate objects will need to be kept in rooms that she is not in to keep them safe. While she can go up and down a few steps she may not be able to do an entire flight of stairs. Meeting new dogs will need to be handled slowly as she can be a little insecure around new dogs since she is weaker and makes her feel vulnerable. Also not every dog will be nice to her weird ways. Traveling with her may also be more difficult as she will need assistance getting in and out of the car, as well as, needing an understanding place for her to stay while you’re out of town. Please research the condition Cerebellum Hypoplasia before applying. There is a lot to consider and we want to find the best fit for our little bobble head. If you are still prepared to open your home to this girl please apply for her at Wiggles is spayed, microchipped, has age appropriate vaccines and has been dewormed. Her adoption fee is $250.

Adoption fee: $250

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Aurora is a majestic kitty who loves to be loved. She is 6 months young, 5 lbs and 5 oz, domestic short haired. She has a gentle kind spirit and loves to be scratched. No worries about Aurora because she is 100% litter box trained and doesn't scratch furniture. But wait there's more, she also loves her dog brothers and sisters. Aurora is spayed, up to date on shots, and microchipped. Adoption fee is $75. If you think Aurora is a perfect fit for your family, apply at

Adoption fee: $75

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Marshmellow will be your new best friend to gossip with! He is a male, short haired cinnamon colored kitten. He is 7 months young. Marshmellow here is a magician proving his skills by hiding behind things like the tv and under the cabinet. He LOVES LOVES cat tv, belly rubs, and to chat. He is a good boy and loves to eat all his food. He is an early bird and expects his food at 0430 am and will start his day by 0530 am. He is litter box trained. If you like great company, he is a good fit! Marshmellow is neutered, microchipped and vaccinated. His adoption fee is $75 and you can apply to adopt him at

Adoption fee: $75

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Larry Boyd

Meet our man, Larry Boyd! This little diva of a dog does great with cats, dogs and people, and just WAITING to be the peanut butter to your jelly (or vise versa, he’s open to negotiate). Larry Boyd is a mixed breed boy who is only about 5 months old. Larry Boyd does fine with his kitty and doggy foster siblings and loves to be with people. Larry Boyd is a wonderful lap dog and is mostly house trained. He is really hating this winter weather and not wanting to get his little paws too chilly! Larry Boyd has megaesophagus, so his new family will have to feed him in the upright position. As this is something that Larry Boyd will most likely have his entire life, his new family will be required to do some research on this before applying/adopting our special little Larry Boyd. Larry Boyd is pretty hurt he had to spend his Valentine’s Day without that special someone and will be ready to never let them go once he finds them. He hates being alone and will be like your shadow. Larry Boyd is a special boy who is looking for a family who will treat him right and help him with his Megaeophagus lifestyle. If you think you could be “the one” for Larry Boyd, you can apply to adopt him at . Larry Boyd is up to date on vaccines, microchipped and neutered, and his adoption fee is $175.

Adoption fee: $175

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Hola! Me llamo Carlos. I am looking for my purrrrrfect partner. I am shy at first and it will take a few dates for me to warm up, but afterwards I am open to so much love. My exes refer to me as chill and sweet. I graduated with my masters from the University of Cats. My current job title is a Field Observer. I protect the city from criminals by keeping watch from the top of my cat tree. My current roomie, the dog, and I get along as long as he respects my space. I fully support attention and love and will be able to provide that for you. I am an independent cat and will use my litter box. Not looking for any tomcats on here, I am looking for a committed relationship. If you are interested: Carlos is a 1 year old cat who will come neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. His adoption fee is $75 and you can apply for him now at

Adoption fee: $75

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