There's nothing like the love of a

Rescue cat

Adopt Your New Bestie!

Living Love Animal Rescue & Sanctuary facilitates adoptions by appointment only. To create the best adoption experience for both people and animals, we are closed for traditional walk-in adoptions. All of our cats available for adoption have been spayed or neutered, are current with their vaccines, and have been micro-chipped. They are ready to go to their new forever homes and provide their love, friendship, and appreciation.

What usually happens…

Find your match

Do you see an animal you think you like? Browse our website and see who we have available for adoption. 

submit adoption application

Complete and submit an adoption application. Allow 3 business days for someone to contact you.  

meeting

If your application is approved, we will contact you for a meeting.

When it's a match

Complete final adoption paperwork, pay the adoption fee and take your new pet home. 

Adoption fees

We have an adoption fee of $100-150 for each cat (depending on its breed) and $200 for each dog. We accept cash, check or charge. This money covers all of their medical exams and vaccines, spay/neuter expenses and microchip. We are a non-profit that does not receive any federal money and these fees (along with donations) are what keep us going.

Please note that at this time we are only scheduling meet and greets with an approved application on file.

Our Adoption process

Applicants must be at least 21 years of age.

All current animals in the home MUST be spayed or neutered.

Applicants with children: Homes with small children will be reviewed for adoption and will be fit with best pet for their household. We may make recommendation based on the pet of interest and our experience with possible pet temperament.

As a standard policy, we do not adopt puppies under 6 months into apartments. Please understand this is based on history and experience as puppies require ongoing attention and training and can be quite noisy with whining and crying when left alone for extended hours. This is based on our history and experience and exceptions will only be made if one or more of the adopters work from home. Kittens under 6 months are also not adopted to apartment renters.

If you’re renting your home, you must show proof of landlord approval if interested in adopting. Please review your rental agreement for any breed restrictions.

Exceptions may be made depending the family’s experience with cats and dogs, and on the cat or dog being considered. We have some pets that prefer to be in a home with older children or low activity, and we ask that you trust our experience and recommendations to help find the best match for you.