You can feel extra good about saving the life of a senior pet!
- An older cat or dog tends to be more relaxed, has good house manners, and doesn’t require constant attention or monitoring to keep out of mischief
- The size, appearance, and personality of a senior pet is already developed, so you’ll know if they will be a good fit for your home
- Most senior pets have known the comforts of home and have a hard time adjusting to shelter life, so they are even more grateful and loving when adopted into a good home again.
Special Adoption Fees for Seniors:
We give cats and dogs who are 8 years or older “Senior Status” and offer reduced adoption fees as an extra incentive to help them find loving homes. Refer to our Adoption Policies and Prices for details.
Visit our shelter to spend time with some of our wonderful seniors like Pickles and Gracie (pictured here) who are closely bonded and would LOVE to find a forever home together! Update: Pickles and Gracie were happily adopted together!