Adoption Process Our adoption process is very stringent. We want our animals to go to good loving forever-homes.
Choose the animal you’d like to adopt.
Visit one of the adoption centers, or browse the animals awaiting families, to choose a rescue animal you’d like to give a home to.
We will review your application, and usually get back to you within seven days.
We will call you to request any extra information needed, and to get to know you a little.
You must come to the adoption center where the animal you wish to adopt resides. If you are overseas, we will conduct this interview over Skype or Google Hangouts.
We will talk to you one last time to clarify anything from the in-person interview.
You will come to collect your new family member, or transportation to your home will be organized.
We will contact you to find out how everyone is adjusting to the new situation. We may do this several times over the first year the animal is with you.
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