Animals Available for Adoption — St. Hubert's Animal Welfare Center

Here are all the animals currently available for adoption. If you see one you like, check out .
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Occasionally, highly desirable pets (such as purebred or small-breeds) may be priced $280-$390. This allows us to lower the adoption fee for older or difficult-to-adopt animals. Promotional specials are often available; please for fee information about specific animals.
We also have wonderful animals available for adoption at the following locations:
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Check out a selection of our animals available for adoption by scrolling through the listings below! Click on an animal’s name or picture to view additional info about them. Click “Return to Listing” to return to the whole list. View the list of dogs and puppies available for adoption through Irving Animal Services.
Photo provided by FlickrView the list of cats and kittens available for adoption through Irving Animal Services.
Photo provided by FlickrThe following list of animals are available for adoption at the Birmingham Zoo:
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The "Featured Pets" listing is updated on a weekly basis so please check back regularly for new additions and adoption success stories! This listing represents only a small group of our animals housed at the Prince William County Animal Shelter. Please visit the shelter in person to be sure you meet every one of the animals available for adoptable. The Prince William County Animal Shelter tracks our animals by reference numbers (example: SAR #123). Please provide this reference number (note: listed as the I.D. on Petfinder) when inquiring about a particular animal. Are you considering adopting a cat or kitten? Depending on your age and lifestyle, you may be better off adopting an adult cat rather than a kitten. If you are elderly, work long hours, or have young children, an adult cat may be the best match for your home. If you plan to leave a kitten home alone while you're working, the kitten may become lonely and destructive. An adult cat is usually much calmer and less likely to get into trouble than a kitten. If you lead a very busy lifestyle, consider adopting two cats to keep each other company. Young children move quickly and like to hug pets. As a result, children may accidentally hurt a small kitten or cause a kitten to bite or scratch if it's scared. An adult cat, on the other hand, is more likely to tolerate children and less likely to be injured. Senior citizens are often unprepared for a kitten's energy level and most experts recommend a calm adult or older cat for an elderly household.This is a current list of our wonderful pets that are available for adoption at the Quincy Humane Society. Click on the photos for more information on these pets! If you see an animal that you are interested in, please read through our Adoption FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) page on the website.What's the best part about adopting an adult cat? You are literally saving a life! Sadly, a cat's chances for adoption decrease with age and the majority of adult cats at shelters are euthanized because most people want to adopt kittens. An adult cat makes a wonderful pet if someone would give them a chance! Check out the purr-fect adult cats available for adoption at the Prince William County Animal Shelter!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.