Re-homing Resources

Re-homing Resources

Found kittens? Start here: https://nkla.org/get-involved/kittens.

Even the most devoted animal lovers can be faced with making the difficult choice of re-homing their pet. If resources are the driving force behind your re-homing decision we have compiled a list of resources for pet supplies and veterinary services that may help you keep your pet available here. If you are experiencing behavioral issues with a cat or dog, our friends at the Mary S Roberts Pet Adoption Center have compiled a list of resources that can help. For behavior problems in cats click here for dogs click here

If re-homing your pet is your only option, re-homing yourself is almost always a better option than bringing them to a city or county shelter. We encourage you to seek a loving home through trusted family members and friends first. There are also many successful re-homing stories through social networking sites like Nextdoor and Facebook. Remember to ensure that you are turning your pet over to a person or family with the best of intentions for your beloved pet. A re-homing fee is highly recommended.

In addition to standard networking there are now several excellent re-homing sites that will connect you with people actively looking to adopt. Please check out the many resources available below.