On National Adopt a Shelter Pet Day, Consider These Charming Companions!
If you’ve been thinking about finding a cute, new addition for your family, there’s no better time than on National Adopt a Shelter Pet Day! This Sunday, April 30, make adoption your first option and apply to meet one of these adorable furry friends who are waiting to find loving homes across the country.
Looking for a BFF in the Tri-State Area?
Meet Charming Tim!
Tim is a fun goofball who is soon to be your new bestie! He’s known to lean into his people when being pet and loves snuggles. He’s very smart and has worked hard on training and learning new skills, which his adopter should continue working on with him. Check out his profile to submit an application!
Say Hello to Jellybeans!
Our sweet girl Jellybeans can’t wait to meet you! She loves being the center of attention but is also quite independent and likes some alone time, too. If you’re patient and let her come to you, you’ll be sure to have the best cat around! If you’d like to learn more, check out her profile and submit and application.
Interested in a cat in Los Angeles?
Meet Henry the Handsome!
Oh Henry! This guy is a young cat who is looking to be your constant companion. He can be shy at first, but quickly warms up with the help of toys to chase around the house. He grew up with another cat, so he’d do well with another young, playful resident cat. Head over to his profile to submit an application!
If You’re Looking for a dog in North Carolina
Get ready to fall in love with Emory!
If you’re looking for a silly, energetic pup, Emory is the one for you! She can be a little shy at first, but once she settles in, she loves to do zoomies around the yard and fling her toys up in the air! She’d do especially well with another outgoing dog friend. To learn more about Emory, check out her profile!
Is horse adoption more your speed?
Give Bo a “Howdy Hello!”
Bo is a wonderfully handsome horse! He’s located in Maryland and looking for a new home as a companion for other geldings. Due to arthritic changes, he can no longer be ridden, so he’s hoping to spend his days being loved and cared for in a new home. Find out more about Bo on his profile!
If you’re not local to one of these areas, locate a shelter near you to find your new furry friend.
If you need some more time before you’re ready to adopt, becoming a foster caregiver is another way to make a difference for animals in need! You can foster for the ASPCA in Columbus, Ohio, Weaverville, North Carolina, New York City and Los Angeles.