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The animals listed on this page are "referrals," which means that their owners are trying to find new homes for them, but they are not in our program. We have listed them here as a courtesy to the people trying to place them in new homes. Our adoption application and adoption fees do not apply to these animals. We have not met them, do not know their temperament, and do not know if they are up to date on their shots, etc. Therefore, if you are interested in adopting one of these animals, you should ask all of those questions of the person whose contact information is listed.
Please understand that we take no responsibility for the animals on this page. We are simply trying to
provide free help to people who need it. Many referral animals find wonderful new homes through this webpage, and we
wish the same for all of these.
To post an animal on this page, please send us the following in one email:
1. a photo of the animal in JPG format,
2. a short bio stating the animal's name, breed, age, quirks, etc. (as you see below), and
3. the phone number you would like potential adopters to call.
Please do not send us a Word document with the photo embedded (like a poster) as we cannot use that.
Chessie Yin and Chatty YangBreed: DSH
Phone: Diana at (336) 671-4365
AGE: 1 1/2 years old
These are two of the sweetest brothers. They love each other so much and everyone else, including other pets.They are approximately 1 1/2 yrs old. I rescued them from my neighbors. They must be adopted together. They are now fully vetted: neutered, tested negative for parasites, felv/FIV, no fleas... but treated for parasites and fleas just as a precaution and vaccinated. If any wonderful, lucky person or family would be interested in having a trial "sleepover" with the boys please call me.
Phone: If you have any questions or would like to arrange a play-date, please contact Jessica at 336-541-0282 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
AGE: 3 years old
Willow is an affectionate, playful 3 year old who is fully up to date on her shots, negative for FIV and feline leukemia, and with a clean bill of health as of her last vet visit in August. There is an adjustment period to a new home and new people, and she does scratch when spooked or overstimulated. Best in a single cat household with no small children.
BrockBreed: Lab/Terrier Mix
Phone: Call 336-430-0713
AGE: 9 years old
SEX: Neutered Male
Brock is playful with other dogs, adults and kids. He is friendly with our eight grandchildren 1- 8 years of age. He belongs to our son who is getting married, but will not be able to keep him. Brock has been in our home for 3-4 years. He likes to run if given the chance. I take him for 2-3 walks a day on a leash. He could be trained for an underground fence.
Aussie MixBreed: Mix
Phone: Please call Lauren at 336- 951-9312
AGE: 9 years old
She is friendly with other dogs and kids. Preferably a 6 foot wooden fence would be best for her when going outside to potty. Laid back and easy going. Enjoys walks and hiking. Super sweet.
Lady JadaBreed: DSH
Phone: Call Sarah at 336.334.9795
AGE: 7 years old
Super-soft, cuddly, and affectionate. She's a loud purr-er with gorgeous large green eyes and white fur. She is very responsive to her name, will play and loves to sit on you. Would prefer a single kitty home but is fine with other cats.
Phone: Please contact Jon at email@example.com
AGE: 1 year old
I'm looking for a suitable home for a lovable pup. His name is Edgar. He's a 60lb, 1 yr old mix. He's neutered and current with all of his shots. He is high energy and loves to play. He may be a little too rambunctious for small children. He has shown aggression toward squirrels and cats, however he has spent the past year with a dachshund without incident. That being said, anyone who meets Edgar loves him within minutes. He has a lot of personality and just wants to be best friends with people and dogs alike. He is an exceptional jumper, so anything lower than a privacy fence is too low to contain him. I've attached some photos and videos to help show Edgar's personality.
Phone: If intrested, contact Cheryl at 336-225-7009
I have a tenant that was just put into a nursing home and this is her cat Frankie. I have boarded him at the local vet for a week now trying to find him a home. He has all of his shots, is FLV/HIV negative and has been neutered. He was adopted out but brought back when he didn't mesh with the other 6 month old cat. He has been with a elder lady who was disabled and could be a single cat family. I am bring him home to introduce him to our office cat and use a method of scent to help adjust him in case of helping with his adoption. He was in a home with an old dog, and seems to have no problems. The vet's office said he is wonderful and loving, and a very good lap cat! He is very sweet and loving, and I would take him except I have 7 cats.
Phone: If interested, contact Ann at 336-854-8902 or firstname.lastname@example.org
AGE: 2-3 years old?
He is a beautiful animal that loves attention. He is very friendly and loves to be petted, likes has nose rubbed and will stand on his hind feet to get his nose rubbed. He will also lay on his back for you to rub his stomach. He is very shy with strangers and will run if someone approaches that he does not know. However, he warms up to people he does not know very quickly with soft talk and petting. He will eat dry and wet food and likes both. He apparently has been an indoor cat because he sits at our storm door all the time wanting to come in. We have found out from the neighborhood that his family was evicted and they left him to fend for himself. He is probably 2-3 years old.
HarryBreed: Lab Mix
Phone: If you are interested in adopting Harry, please email email@example.com.
Harry was found as a stray wandering the streets of North Carolina. Fortunately for him, a kind family picked him up and has been taking care of him. They made sure that he was healthy, up to date on vaccine and ready for his new home. Harry is a happy go lucky fella who seems to enjoy the country life. We don't think that he would mind the city life either as long as there were plenty of toys to play with and people to meet. He appears to do well with other dogs but is not currently living with one. We think he would prefer a female or neutered well-adjusted males for his doggie companions. He also hasn't been introduced to cats yet. Harry seems to love people in typical lab mix form. Harry would love a family of his own!