How to adopt from Fur and Feather Animal Assistance

We pride ourselves in providing roomy pastures and many free time activities for our dogs and cats. They are not caged and most are included in the daily activities in and around the house. That ensures an animal that is ready to walk into the real world as a happy and balanced companion.

When any dog or cat comes to Fur and Feather our pre-adoption process begins with an immediate trip to the veterinarian for a health check to be vaccinated, wormed, and, most importantly, to be spayed or neutered. Once back at the sanctuary, they are chipped, photographed, and listed on Adopt-A-Pet as soon as they are ready. Our spay and neuter, chipping, and vaccination practice prepares all of our dogs and cats for adoption. Our dogs and cats are ready to go as soon as their people come for them.

Browse the animals available for adoption at the bottom of this page – ‘Adoptable Pets at FUR and FEATHER Animal Assistance, Inc.’ or on the Adopt-A-Pet website. We will help you choose the perfect pet for your activity level and lifestyle. Since every situation is unique we try to work with each individual to find a good match. We also have a policy that assures you can return an animal to us if things are not working out. We want to make sure that all is a good fit.

We invite visitors to come and meet our animals. Adoptions are welcomed and we will work very hard to match you with the right dog or cat.

Adoptions are by appointment only, please call Laurie @ 575-772-2661 to arrange a visit.


OUR MISSION:  To alleviate animal suffering by providing sanctuary from abuse, neglect, and homelessness; to end the killing of healthy animals as a method of population control; to teach that animals are intrinsically valuable, worthy of respect, compassion and care. Fur and Feather Animal Assistance, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

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