We have both dogs and cats available for adoption housed in our facility. All animals are spayed/neutered and vaccinated before they are adopted into new homes. Our adoption process is the following:
ADOPTION FEES ARE: 60 dollars for Cats and 90+ dollars for Dogs. We accept cash and credit/debit cards.
We take owner surrenders for cats and dogs as we have room. When circumstances become impossible for an owner to care for their pet, we work with them to take in their pet and re-home them. We understand how difficult it can be to give up a beloved pet. We work very hard to re-home the pet into a home that is a good fit for the animal and the new owner.
This is done on a case by case basis, and as we have room. We cannot accommodate every request for an owner surrender. Cats must be current on rabies, distemper, and feline leukemia vaccines. Cats must have a negative feline leukemia test. Dogs must be current on rabies, distemper/parvo, and bordatella vaccines. Medical records must be provided at the time of surrender.
For those receiving social security, disability, or food stamps, our grant can assist a pet owner in getting their cat or dog spayed/neutered. An application is filled out and the benefit statement attached. The pet has to have all its shots before being spayed/neutered. The cost of the spay/neuter to the owner is 10 dollars.
Periodically we have community outreach events. For the 2020 holiday season we had pet angel trees in the community. Needy pets from the community, as well as Bridge Home pets, benefited from the generosity of people who shopped for them and donated items. We also host events to promote awareness of the importance of spay/neuter in preventing companion animal over population. Check out our facebook page for the most up to date events!
Do you take strays? No, we do not pick up stray animals or accept stray animals. People should call their local animal control officer.
Can I come and drop off an animal without calling first? No, we can only accept animals by appointment. We are a small facility and have limited space.
If you can't take my animal, where can I find help? Please contact your local animal shelter, animal control officer, or search for breed specific rescues. We also keep a list of resources and can point you to another organization.
How do I volunteer? We welcome volunteers and community service workers. Volunteer hours are mostly between noon and 6 p.m., but some volunteers can be accommodated in the morning. Call us to learn more!