Adopt a Cat or Kitten
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Our kennels are overflowing and we need your help! Help us find loving homes for the many pets in our care! We are offering a Furry Days of Summer Adoption Promotion for the next three days. Now through Sunday, July 25, all adult pets are 50% and kittens are Two for One Adoption Fee.
Heritage Humane Society is currently operating with an appointment-only adoption process only. No unscheduled visits at this time. If you are interested in making an appointment to meet a pet, please call us (757-221-0150 ext:0) or email us ([email protected]) . Our Adoption Team is available from 8 AM – 4:30 PM daily. Appointments are 30 minutes in duration.
We are currently under construction. Please use the side door and call ahead to visit us this summer. The front entrance is closed for construction. Donations should be left in the green bin by the white building. Just watch the signs for it. CLICK HERE to see the donation items we are accepting at this time.
Please note all adoptions are facilitated on a first come, first served basis.
Before You Fall in Love:
Our goal is to set you and your new pet up for success! Adopting a pet can be a great experience for you and your family. A new pet can instantly warm your heart as they join your family. A new pet can also be a challenge if you have not considered all the factors before you adopt.
- Have I talked about adopting a new pet with everyone in my household?
- Do I have the financial resources to care for a pet?
- Are there any restrictions on the kind or number of pets I can have where I live? If you rent, please bring a copy of the rental’s pet policy, lease, or letter from your landlord.
- Keep in mind that in order to adopt from the Heritage Humane Society, you must be at least 18 years old and show a current photo ID.
This is Not A Drill: Kitten Supplies Needed
Did you know, because a cat can have on avg. 4-8 kittens & a cat can get pregnant several times a year, the cat population gets bigger at a faster rate than the dog population.
Kitten season will be here soon and we need your help!
When the weather gets warmer, we will be getting more and more orphaned kittens, pregnant cats, and nursing cats with kittens in. We want to be prepared to provide lifesaving care to these pets and a big part of that is having the right supplies ready and available.
Donations can be dropped off at the shelter OR you can purchase items online and have them shipped directly to the shelter. To view our Kitten Wish List and Amazon Wish List click below.
Questions? Contact us at [email protected].
Every little bit helps!