Pet Adoption

The Rescue's Role

The role of a rescue is to partner alongside shelters to help relieve some of their intake of stray and surrendered pets. Once our rescue accepts a pet, it is our responsibility to provide for all of their necessary care prior to adoption. These costs are paid for with adoption fees, fundraisers, grants and donations. Rescues, such as ours, are fueled by tireless, and dedicated fosters and volunteers.

The Adoption Process

The adoption process involves an initial contact via email to answer some basic questions to confirm the pet may be a suitable match. Next, a meet and greet is scheduled between the pet and the potential adopter at the adopters residence. Because of this, only applicants that reside within 1 hour of Tampa will be considered. If approved, the pet will stay at the home, the volunteer will go over the contract and all medical records  accept payment (cash or credit card) and take your adoption happy endings photo. Each pet is provided with a vet examination, age appropriate vaccinations, spay/neuter surgery and microchip prior to completion of adoption.

The Adopter's Responsibility

The adopter will be provided with an adoption folder that contains all of the pet records, their microchip information and a checklist of items to remember. It is extremely important that the pet's microchip be registered immediately in the event they become lost or stolen. We also recommend to schedule a vet exam with your own vet and schedule any other recommended services.