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Friends of Homeless Animals, Inc.(FOHA) has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Providence, RI.
Animal Rescue Rhode Island’s goal is to find the best match possible between the animal and the adopting home. To ensure the placement of a pet into the proper home environment, potential owners are interviewed and must fill out an . The application asks information that helps us determine whether the home would be the right one for that particular pet. All applicants must be approved before they adopt a pet.
We do our best to find the ideal home for the pets awaiting adoption at the RISPCA. Some of the animals here have special needs and may not be a good fit for everyone. Because of this, applications are considered on a “best fit” not “first come” basis. The first step to adopting a pet from the Rhode Island SPCA is filling out an .
Little Compton, RI - Pet Adoption
West Warwick, RI - Pet Adoption
You will need to bring your drivers license,and proof that your able to have a pet. If you rent you will need a copy of your lease agreement, or a notarized letter from your landlord. If you own your own home, please bring a mortgage statement or a city tax bill. If you are adopting a cat, be sure to bring a carrier - one will NOT be provided for you. If you are adopting a dog, please bring a leash and collar - they will not be provided for you. Please note: We do not foster any of our animals. We believe that we will only help animals by working proactively and compassionately with people. In order to achieve this, we provide an understanding and caring environment for all community members seeking our services; whether they are surrendering a pet, adopting, or utilizing our low-cost services. PARL's mission is accomplished by providing appropriate shelter and humane care for homeless animals, seeking permanent responsible homes for adoptable animals, reducing pet overpopulation through strict spay/neuter measures, and providing a diversity of humane education programs to meet community needs. It receives no federal or state funding and rely solely on donations from generous individuals, businesses, and foundations to support its programs and services. But our friend Brock is one laid back dude, however, he’s happiest playing fetch and would spend the whole day with a tennis ball in his mouth. Brock is being cared for by the Animal Rescue RI in Peace Dale. Established in 1938, ARRI is a no kill group dedicated to” the welfare and well-being of animals in need.” They rescue abandoned, abused and surrendered animals, and nurture them to be adopted as pets in loving homes. They receive no federal state or local funding and depend on private donations, fundraisers and grants.