SPECIAL STATEMENT ABOUT THE BULLDOGS RECENTLY SEIZED IN CHAPEL HILL:
UPDATE: An adoption process is now in place for these dogs and you may submit an application to adopt beginning on Saturday, 1/25. Please go here for more information and instructions: http://www.orangecountync.gov/2321/Special-Adoptions
The Orange County Animal Shelter has many wonderful pets for adoption and some that are available for one of our foster programs.
Some animals can be taken home the same day they are adopted, but those adoptions must occur before 4:30 p.m. and are dependent upon several factors. Please call ahead (919-942-7387, option 3) if you are interested in taking a pet home on the same day you adopt to find out if that pet is able to go home right away.
We do encourage everyone to stop by and meet with a pet that they are interested in adopting. These "Meet & Greet" sessions last for approximately 15 minutes, and our staff can perform Meet & Greets up until 30 minutes prior to closing on any business day. For our hours of operation, go here.
For more information on adoption and adoption fees, go here.
Visit us on Facebook to find more photos and stories of adoptable animals, as well as events and other fun news!
If you are interested in fostering kittens too small for the adoption floor or moms and nursing kittens, go to our Kitten Foster Program page and fill out our inquiry form.
Interested in fostering a dog?
All of our foster dogs are part of our Medical Foster Care Program. In most cases, they need to complete treatment for heartworms before they can be adopted. As a foster parent, you would coordinate with our veterinary care staff for any treatment needed. If you are interested in fostering a dog, please call our main number at 919-942-7387.
Check out some of our video projects for more information about Animal Services!
Are you adopting a rabbit?
Properly caring for rabbits can be hard work! Please go to House Rabbit Society for care tips and much more information.