Don't Shop - Adopt!

Nearly 3 million healthy dogs and cats are euthanized in U.S. shelters each year, due to overpopulation.  Spaying/neutering your pets is the first (and most important) step in reducing pet overpopulation.  Another way to help is by adopting your next furry family member from a shelter, rather than purchasing from a breeder.  When you adopt a pet from a shelter or rescue group, you actually save two lives - the animal you are adopting and the animal which takes its place at the shelter.  At many shelters, if no space is available animals are immediately euthanized.

Our Local Shelters/Rescue Groups

Live in or near Raleigh, NC?  Planning a visit?  Check out these terrific animals needing a fur-ever home.

Wake County Animal Center - (Chloe and Cheerio had a brief stay here)

SPCA of Wake County

Safe Haven Cat Shelter and Clinic 

Saving Grace  Dog Rescue and Adoptions

Second Chance Pet Adoptions 

SnowFlake Animal Rescue 

Nation-wide Resources for Pet Adoption


The Humane Society of the U.S.


Already have a houseful of fur-babies?  You can still help!

- Volunteer at your local animal shelter.
- Sponsor a pet by paying the adoption fees so that it will be more likely to find a fur-ever home.
- Donate money or animal products (toys, food, cat litter, etc.) to your shelter.
- Help spread the word about adoptable animals by sharing their profiles on your own social media pages - blog, Facebook, Pinterest, etc.

Look for our weekly posts about fur-babies needing homes.

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We can't wait to hear what you have to say about this! - Daffodil, Chloe and Cheerio