Adoption FAQ 




When you see an animal on our website that you like, you should submit an inquiry to get the process started. You will then be connected with a volunteer who can tell you more about the animal or schedule an appointment to come meet them! In general, you’ll fill out our adoption application after meeting with the animal at our facility. We ask for 2 non- personal references (this cannot be a family member) who can attest to your ability to care for a pet. For any adopter, we ask for your building information to make sure you are allowed to have dogs in your apartment/house. This information can be in the form of a lease, phone number of a leasing office, landlord, super, or property website. If you currently have or previously had a pet, we ask for your vet’s information.


If you are looking to adopt a dog, we ask that all members of the household be present to meet the dog (or will be able to come down to meet the dog at some point). This includes other dogs in the household. We want the dogs’ first meeting to be in the safety of the shelter with our staff present.


All of our animals are spayed/neutered, microchipped, and up-to-date on all vaccines before they are adopted to new homes. This is also included in the adoption cost.





Are there fees to adopt?


Yes. Adoption Fees are:


  • $114 per cat
  • $114 per kitten
  • $250 per dog
  • $250 per puppy


We do provide a discount when adopting more than one animal.



If you are interested in learning more or to meet an available animal

to adopt, please click the button below to contact us!