Pet Adoption Agencies Online that need your Support and Love!

By June 22, 2021 in Pet


Thinking of adding a pet to your family? Well, just know that having a pet is not all fun and games. It is a responsibility. But most pet-parents already know that. But there are two options when getting a pet. You can either buy one from a pet store or rescue one from a pet adoption agency.


If you give a homeless pet a home, you are giving it a family. Many shelter animals are even house-trained. They are not strayed because they did anything wrong. You may end up with a much better pet than you think. Just give it a try!

Best Friends Animal Society
This is a recognized society that has been working for over 30 years. They run the biggest no-kill animal sanctuary in the country, and they have multiple offices in different locations. They need you to fill a survey about your lifestyle and what you want in a pet with some additional questions before the adoption process starts. Then a coordinator will use that data to help you find your new best friend.



North Shore Animal League
This was founded way back in 1944 and is one of the best rescue shelters in the country. They house over eighteen thousand animals every year, and its central location is near New York City. The adoption process is aided by a coordinator who helps you find the best pet that suits your lifestyle and requirements.

Operation Kindness
This one operates from Texas and has been in the process of saving cats and dogs since 1976. They have 41 locations in Texas, and most of the pets are housed at their primary location. If you want to adopt a pet from them, you may have to visit their primary site to meet an adoption counselor that helps you in the adoption process.

Wags and Walks
This is a Los Angeles-based rescuing center that primarily saves dogs. They have a facility that is four thousand square feet large to home dogs. It also has a solid foster system to even save the dogs that they cannot house in their facility. All their pups are neutered or spayed, come with vaccinations and a microchip. The adopting parent must be twenty-one or older.



It crushes our hearts to think that amiable and healthy animals that deserve to be adopted are not given a chance. People end up paying for a pet that is already being taken care of. Have you ever adopted a pet from a shelter or an agency? How did it feel? Tell us in the comments below!