Pets Available For Adoption

Looking to adopt a puppy or kitten? How about an older dog or cat? Here you can see all of the animals that VOCAL currently has for adoption. You can use the sort options below to filter the page. This will allow you to narrow your search for that perfect pet. Looking for a cat instead of a dog? Simply filter by species. Are you partial to older animals? Use our age filter to remove puppies or kittens from your search. Finally if you prefer a gender you can filter by male or female.
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Breed: American Bulldog/Mastiff
Approximate Age: 3 years 6 months.
About Milo: Hi Everyone! I’m Milo. I am one mellow dude but... Keep Reading
Breed: Siamese/Domestic Short Hair
Approximate Age: 2 years 0 months.
About Frankie: My story starts when I was abandoned in the forest.... Keep Reading
Breed: Bombay
Approximate Age: 1 year 9 months.
About Brooklyn: I am a young mom who was found by a... Keep Reading
Breed: Pit Bull Terrier
Approximate Age: 3 years 11 months.
About Angel: Hi everyone! I’m Angel. I came into VOCAL’s care after... Keep Reading
Breed: American Staffordshire Terrier
Approximate Age: 6 years 11 months.
About Violet: Hi there! I’m Violet. I’m a quiet, loyal gal. VOCAL... Keep Reading
Breed: Domestic Medium Hair/Domestic Short Hair
Approximate Age: 1 year 0 months.
About Iris: I was rescued by a kind lady who was caring... Keep Reading

If there is a pet you are interested in click on the adopt button below their photo. This will take you to our adoption application.

If you would like to learn more about our adoption process you can read an overview here.

We pride ourselves in placing the right pets with the right adopters. Whether you are looking to adopt a puppy or adopt a kitten we likely have a variety of breeds and temperaments to pair you with. If you are looking for a more mature pet we likely have young adult dogs and cats for adoption to fit your lifestyle. Furthermore, if you are interested in a more senior pet we are always hoping to find a home for the older pets in our care. Why should the puppies and kittens get all the love?