Animal Adoption LeaguePO Box 2453Rock Hill, SC 29732

Find out how you can support PAWS Chicago’s No Kill mission by adopting a homeless animal
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If you cannot visit our shelter right away, we offer an adoption hold program for your convenience. You may place a paid hold on an available animal by phone or in person during business hours (9 a.m.- 5 p.m. daily.) The following fees apply: First hold, $35; second hold, $15*. (Please read the following scenarios.)
For more information about adoptable animals, please call 983-4309 ext. 610.
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• No animal may be selected until your application has been processed and approved. You are welcome to walk through the shelter to view the animals prior to adoption. 5. Does the shelter put holds on animals for interested adopters?
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Photo provided by FlickrUnclaimed animals are available for adoption after a waiting period of three full business days.
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Cats and dogs seven years and older are a perfect match for our 60-and-up community members. The physical and mental maturity of our senior pets are a great pairing for the lifestyle of a more mature companion. If you’re 60 or older, come meet our calm, easygoing, senior companions ready to enjoy all the attention you can give. All pets adopted through the Seniors for Seniors program will be spayed or neutered and microchipped. Every senior animal is wormed and has their first series of shots. In addition to , a is also included.At this time, MADACC has both an in-house and foster-based adoption program which focuses on the placement of unclaimed stray animals. We have two ways to adopt animals at MADACC. You must come to MADACC in person to meet adoptable animals! We do not have the resources to give information about adoptable animals over the phone and callers will be instructed to come to the facility.All animals at City of Fort Worth Adoption Centers have had a health and temperament assessment and have been deemed adoptable by a licensed veterinarian. Additionally, every animal has been spayed or neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and licensed by the city.Dogs and cats that have not been reclaimed are also available to meet and bring home at our building seven days per week. Our adoptable cats are always viewable in our lobby. Our adoption center staff will happily help you select the right dog to add to your family. We strongly encourage you to come into our facility to meet animals in person and not wait for animals to be updated on our Petfinder page. That page is not able to always be updated in a timely way and you could miss out on an animal you could be interested in if you do not come in person. are available through our new process of making certain dogs available for adoption prior to the stray hold expiring. Not all animals will qualify for Pre-Selection (those with known owners, those with medical and behavioral challenges, and other variables). You will be able to meet with these dogs and if we make a match we will set up an adoption appointment at the end of the stray hold. If an owner comes to reclaim, we will return the dog to it’s family and void that adoption. If no owner comes to reclaim, we will have the animal made ready for adoption and able to have their new family pick up at the earliest date available after the stray hold expires. You can find Pre-Select Animals by going to our , and looking for a PS in the ID field. The status of animals can change daily pending medical exams so if you are interested in an animal you can check back. Only animals identified with a PS are available for the Pre-Select program.To assist further in the placement of adoptable animals, cooperative efforts exist between MADACC and Milwaukee area humane societies, regional breed rescue groups, and wildlife sanctuary centers. All adoptable or potentially adoptable animals that have completed their stray hold period and were not claimed by their owner are offered to our animal placement partners.