How to Adopt
Adopting from us is easy, once you have submitted your application, it will be processed, which can take 2-5 business days. Once you are approved, someone will reach out to set up a meet and greet. We prefer that everyone in the household meet the pet you are applying to adopt, whether they have one, two, or more legs. Home visits are made at our discretion.
You can submit your application online, or you can print your application, and mail it to us at:
P.O. Box 1238
Orland, CA. 95963
or drop it off during regular business hours at:
4111 County Road 99W
Orland, CA. 95963
The adoption fee you pay for your new pet comes with the essentials, cheaper than it would if you went to your regular vet to get all of the same services done. It includes:
- Spay/Neuter Surgery
- Microchip and lifetime registration for free
- All vaccines needed up to four months, or up to date on vaccines. This means all puppy/kitten shots, rabies, and appropriate boosters.
- Flea and Tick Preventative
- Proof of vaccination
- Spay/Neuter Certificate
and more! *Please keep in mind, each pet is different, some animals may need more than others at go home.
Our dog adoption fees* are:
- $400 for Puppies (8 weeks to 12 months)
- $300 for Young Dogs (1 year)
- $250 for Adult Dogs (2 years to 7 years)
- $175 for Senior Dogs (8 years -12 years)
- $100 for Super Seniors (13 years or older)
Our cat adoption fees* are:
- $200 for Kittens (8 weeks - 12 months)
- $175 for Young cats (1 year)
- $150 for Adult Cats (2-8 years)
- $125 for Senior Cats (8 years and older)
- $130 for Barn Cats* (these cats have road sense, and prefer to live outside, and prefer not to be handled)
*If you adopt a barn cat, you must provide them access to food, water, and shelter daily. If you need advice on how to keep them from leaving your property, please ask us, and we will gladly help you get set up for success.
* Some adoption fees may differ based on special cases, which will be noted with a double asterisk **.
*We also offer some special discounts for veterans and seniors, please let us know on your application to see if you qualify.
How to Foster
Fostering is free, and we can always use foster homes. Foster’s must be willing to bring the pet to meet and greets, which will be scheduled based on their availability.
Once you fill out a foster application, please call or text Yessi at 530-517-2348 to discuss which pet would fit your home best as a foster.
Some foster situations we need the most include but are not limited to:
- Pregnant mamas about to give birth
- Orphaned litters, if you have a nursing mama or bottle feeding experience, we need you!
- Fospice, these are pets who have a terminal condition, and a quiet loving home is ideal for them to spend there ending days. All medical bills, medications, and food and other essentials will be provided by us or a vet office we designate.
- Stressed Pets, sometimes we have pets who come in and are so stressed in this environment that they hurt themselves trying escape, or shut down to where they refuse to eat. This is very rare, but when it does happen, we really need people to open up there homes to these poor souls. Even if it is just temporarily.