The City Shelters are full of wonderful pets. This family was happy to welcome a new puppy into their home.

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See cats and dogs currently available for adoption. 

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Newsletter "PAWS"

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Adopt or Foster a Shelter Animal

Shelter animals make wonderful companions! At this very moment, hundreds of healthy cats and dogs, kittens and puppies are awaiting their "forever home" in the City's shelters. If you can provide that home, give us a call at 344-PETS, visit one of the two City Shelters, check out adoptable animals on the City's website, or visit us at our next adoption event.  

Alliance volunteers are out at the shelters every day, so we can answer all your questions about the city adoption process and help you choose the animal best suited to your lifestyle.

As part of the adoption fee, all shelter animals are spayed or neutered, given all first shots, a microchip, and receive free first vet visit at participating vets. 

We'll even provide you with the post-adoption support that will help you adjust to life with your new companion--everything from literature on proper pet care to Web site information to training and rehabilitation resources. Even if you don't want to make a full time commitment, the shelter is desperate for temporary foster homes, especially for an older cat or kittens. These animals are euthanized unless they can find a temporary sanctuary. No experience necessary! Call Tammy at 379-9916 for more information.

So: Adopt a Shelter Pet!