Pet Adoption & Fostering

Pet Adoption

We always have many wonderful pets ready for adoption. All the work we do here is in an effort to help these little angels find their forever homes. Most animals we have are pulled from kill shelters and we believe they deserve a second chance at happiness. We believe every animal has a story and we want your home to be their happy ending. Come back and visit these pages any time to see dogs, cats and other animals that you can take home.

Cat Adoption Includes: Vaccines, microchip, deworm, testing for FIV/FELV, check-up by the vet and spay or neuter. Senior animals (over 7 years old) also receive bloodwork and dentals.

Dog Adoption Includes: Vaccines, microchip, deworm, check-up by the vet and spay or neuter. Senior animals (over 7 years old) also receive bloodwork and dentals.

If you would like to come into The Little Angels Project to meet one of these special animals, Please note appointments are unavailable at this time due to COVID-19. Email us info@littleangelsproject.org for more information or to be notified when appointments are available.

Adopt a Dog

Adopt a Cat

Fostering

If you are interested in fostering an animal temporarily until they find a full-time home, please contact us to fill out an application. Some animals need extra care as they are recovering from surgery and medical treatments, and it is always better for them to be in a comfortable home environment. Others need to build trust with positive human interaction or be around other pets, so fostering is a great way to help them transition back into a normal life once they are officially adopted.

Foster a Dog

Foster a Cat

Pet Fostering FAQs

How does The Little Angels Project help with fostered pets?

The Little Angels Project will supply any veterinary care, food, shelter and any supplies you need while providing foster care one of our dogs or cats.

How does The Little Angels Project help find a fostered animal a home for permanent adoption?

Fostered animals are found in our pet adoption databases above. We also utilize our strong social media presence to showcase dogs, cats and other animals who are ready for adoption.

What if I decide I want to permanently adopt a pet I am fostering?

We call this “foster failing,” but it’s far from a failure. In fact, it happens all the time. It’s a wonderful thing when you make such a meaningful connection with a pet!