Adopt a Pet
The FACE Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic is not a shelter and we do not actively take in animals from the general public. The cats and dogs at our clinic came to us via team members or other rescue situations in which the animal was at risk. They will live here temporarily until we can find them good homes. While we have done what we can to make their lives here comfortable like incorporating a free-roaming cat room with vertical space and adding an outdoor enclosure for the dogs, they do not have the space that they need for their long-term well being.
These cats and dogs are in need of homes in which they have room to live, socialize with humans and other cat/dog companions and let their individuality shine. They are here because there are simply too many dogs and cats and not enough homes, which is why spay/neuter of every pet is so important. Some of the dogs and cats are listed below and more are listed on Petfinder.com.
If you would like to adopt one of our animals you must fill out an adoption application (Microsoft Word document) first. Once an application has been approved, you could visit the cats or dogs here at the clinic, and then a home visit is scheduled. For cats, there is an adoption fee of $75 which includes the spay/neuter, vaccines, a Felv/FIV test, and a microchip. For dogs, there is an adoption fee of $100 which includes the spay/neuter, vaccines, heartworm test, and a microchip.
Tristen will play with about anything, rubber bands, strings, boxes, other cats, and even the occasional cat toy. He’s got a lot of healthy energy. However if you want to be his friend, you must be gentle with him. If he likes you, he might let you pet him. If you're looking to adopt a high energy playful cat, ask to meet Tristen.
Meet Silas! This guy was found roaming the Haughville neighborhood. He is pretty laid back and just goes with the flow. He likes to cuddle and give kisses! He would be a great family dog. He is already neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, and tested negative for heartworm. He is ready to go to his forever home!
"I am the purrfect love bug. If you also like petting, purrs, and paws kneading your lap, I think we might have a LOT in common. My hobbies include watching the younger kittens frolic, napping in tight spaces, and admiring the birdies outside the window. I'm looking for someone who enjoys quiet times and togetherness. Could that someone be you?"
“I am so lucky that an IMPD officer found me and brought me to FACE. I am a sweet, affectionate young lady (only 3 1/2) who has grown to LOVE human attention. One of my most favorite things to do is find another one of my kitty friends and snuggle up and take a nap. I'd do great in a home with other kitties. I'm just a laid-back, easy going gal!"
Molly is a favorite among volunteers at FACE and it's not hard to tell why. Besides her adorable face she also has a striking personality. Molly loves playing with all of the other cats here at FACE. She also enjoys playing in water and with the vacuum hose. The laser pointer will keep her busy for hours. She loves to be held when she is ready to take a nap and especially loves having her chest rubbed. Molly's favorite pastimes are playing with toy mice and trying to untie your shoe strings.
Anna came to FACE from Animal Care and Control. She was ill and at risk for euthanasia so FACE nurtured her back to health and she is now ready for her second chance at life. She is only 2 years old and is very spunky - chasing her kitty friends from room to room. She loves the laser pointer and getting a drink from the faucet but her favorite activity is watching the birds outside the window. Anna would love to be your cuddle buddy.
My name is Ginger and I am a very cute American Staffordshire terrier. I still have a lot of "puppy" in me, so I would need a very patient guardian to give me a forever home. I love to run and play and I am very friendly to everyone I meet. I get along pretty well with most of the dogs I meet, but I would probably do better with bigger dogs because sometimes I don’t know my own strength! I'm very sweet and affectionate. Come visit me and you are sure to get a kiss! I’m also pretty good at listening and I know the word "No." Come meet me today! Can you really resist this smile?!
Hello, my name is Dot. I am a white and brindle pit bull with a lot to offer to my new guardian. I’m one of the smartest girls you'll ever meet, and I am getting smarter every day. I also have a lot of energy, so I would prefer a home with a backyard where I can run and I would love to have a guardian who would take me for walks. I am not always friendly with other dogs, but I do get along great with cats, even when they chase my tail. So, while I would definitely need to be in a single dog home, I would do well in a home with a feline companion. (You should check out my favorite feline friend at the clinic, Jack!) You'll also be happy to know that I am completely house trained, so I would never make messes in my new home! So stop by and meet me some time if I sound like the right girl for you.
This lovely lady used to be pretty shy, but has decided that humans offer great petting opportunities. Sugar is a mommy-cat (that will mean something to the experienced cat person), and would be fine to join a home with an existing cat. She likes her quiet time and would very likely want to be your lap and bedtime companion.
I was named Pinduli after a children's book with the same name about a Hyena who was embarrassed of his very large ears. I have grown into my ears and am now a very proud cat, perhaps a little egotistical. Does it look like I'm posing for the camera? I am because I know I'm good lookin’! I was adopted as a kitten, but returned to FACE when my family's daughter became allergic. I won't preach, but was a little hurt, to say the least. The family loved me and said I was a really good cat. I remember sleeping in my favorite sunny spot and hope to have another chance at a home. I like other cats and would love to have a cat companion, but think a girl or a laid-back boy cat would be best. Most houses are not big enough for two (or more) cats with grand personalities like mine. Take a look at my fabulousness in this photo and put in your adoption application asap!
Hi, my name is Mandy. I am just about the sweetest girl you'll ever meet. I am a shepherd/lab mix who is spayed and up to date on vaccinations. I have lived at the clinic for a long time, and while I love everyone here, I am ready for a family to call my own. I would make a great family-dog, although I would need to be the only animal in my new home. I'll make up for it with all the love I will give you! I love to roll over and get a good belly rub. I do enjoy my time outdoors, so a home with a yard for me to run in would be ideal. But most importantly, I would love a family who would give me lots of attention and petting. I am always up for visitors so please stop by to say hello!
Hi everyone, my name is Buckley. I am a shepherd/husky mix who is neutered, microchipped and up to date on all my vaccines. If you are looking for a low-maintenance dog, I bet I am the perfect guy for you. There is one thing that I am really looking for in my new home and that is a BIG backyard. I love to be outside and I hate coming inside! As long as it is not raining or snowing, the great outdoors is the place for me. Don’t get me wrong, I do love to be pet and loved on, but nothing beats a day in the shade! If you’re looking for a new friend who can follow a daily routine, come meet me!
Hi, my name is Bingo. I am a neutered pit bull with a lot of love to give to the right home. I can be a bit of a high-maintenance dog, but that is only because I am a big baby who would love constant attention from a loving, patient guardian. My siblings and I were abandoned at the clinic when we were just a few weeks old. Being the runt of my litter, I was picked on a lot, which is why I am such a big baby now! I do better with women than with men. I love to go on walks, and I am very good about not pulling! However, I would need to go to a home without other dogs. Come say hello to me today, and I promise to give you a big sloppy kiss.
Banjo and Voodoo are fast friends. Voodoo has a gorgeous black coat with a hint of brown. He is loving and wants lots of attention. Voodoo is a talker. He was found in a box near a warehouse not too far from FACE. Voodoo was panting and suffering heat exhaustion when he came to us, but he is in great shape now.
First of all let's get this straight. I need to be the only cat in this house! I need to be in charge of everything. I do however love people and dogs. Dogs are so dumb. They believe anything you tell them. Suckers!
Ok, don't expect Farley to run a kitty-marathon anytime soon. He is proud of his size and really, it only adds to his laissez-faire attitude about life.
BUT – Farley is a hero. Someone brought a kitten to FACE that was dying from flea-anemia. Farley stepped up and very generously donated blood to save the kitten. You want to adopt a hero-kitty…….here you are!
Hi, my name is Millie. I love to play but also would like some quiet time with my new guardian.
Hi, my name is Charlie. I love all people and will follow you around once you pet me.
Note: Charlie tested positive for the feline leukemia virus, which is a highly contagious viral disease. The virus can be transmitted to other cats through sharing food dishes, water bowls and litter boxes. However, depending on how the virus progresses, he could live many years. But since the disease is contagious, a home without other cats or a home with only other feline leukemia positive cats would be best.