Wild at Heart Cat Adoption Program | San Diego Humane Society
*You must sign an adoption contract agreement, which ensures that if, for any reason, you are unable to keep the dog/cat, he/she is to be returned to San Diego Pet Rescue.
The organization is covering adoption fees for dogs, cats and rabbits adopted from San Diego animal shelters from Friday through Sunday as a way of helping service members for Memorial Day, and putting animals into good homes.
We are advocates for homeless dogs and cats in San Diego that are at risk for euthanasia. Our goal is to save treatable, trainable, manageable and misdiagnosed animals from San Diego shelters by providing a system of transport, training, fostering and adoption. Our ultimate wish would be empty shelters—meaning that no animal is abandoned and no shelter would need to kill one animal to make room for another. To this end, we are also cheerleaders for robust programs, and TNR (trap, neuter, release) programs for feral cats. Please note: SPOT does not take in strays or owner-relinquished pets, but All adoption fees collected assist in the daily care and on-going needs of each animal admitted to the San Diego Humane Society. Adoption gift certificates are also available for purchase.Meet the cats for adoption from PAWS of Coronado. They are the friendliest paws in San Diego County! Check back frequently to see new felines ready for adoption.There are many, many cats and kittens available for adoption at shelters and in foster care throughout San Diego County. If you are considering adding a cat to your household, please adopt from a shelter, humane society, or cat rescue group. Listed below are links to the websites of cat rescue groups in San Diego County.Service members can adopt a dog, cat or rabbit from among hundreds of animals up for adoption at three county animal shelters in Carlsbad, Bonita and central San Diego.All adoption fees collected assist in the daily care and ongoing needs of each animal admitted to San Diego Humane Society. Adoption gift certificates are also available for purchase.We are advocates for the homeless dogs and cats in North County San Diego that are at risk for euthanasia. Our goal is to save treatable, trainable, manageable and misdiagnosed animals in San Diego shelters by working with government entities, non-profit rescue groups, and our own network of volunteers to provide a system of transport, training, fostering and adoption.San Diego Humane Society and other professionals recommend the adoption of 2 – 5 Wild at Heart cats at one time. Cats are more likely to stay at their new home if they have the company and companionship of other cats. Being housed together or near each other during the acclimation period allows the cats to get used to the other cats. Once released the cats will likely look out for each other and alert one another when any danger is present.