Thank you for your interest in adopting a new best friend!
Whether you’re ready to start the adoption process, open your home to foster animals, list an animal in need of a home, or have an animal to list as lost or found, you’ll find links to the necessary forms below.
ADOPT A CAT:
If a cat is right for your home, click the link below and complete your application to begin the adoption process. Please allow our volunteers time to carefully review and process all applications (this can take several days and we will contact you once a decision has been made). Thank you so much for considering a rescue!
ADOPT A DOG:
If you’re looking for a canine companion, click the link below and complete your application to begin the adoption process. Please allow our volunteers time to carefully review and process all applications (this can take several days and we will contact you once a decision has been made). Thank you so much for considering a rescue!
FOSTER A PET:
We strive to provide loving, temporary homes for as many of Floyd County’s stray animals as possible.
If you are interested in opening your home and your heart to foster animals please complete the form below.
RE-HOME A PET:
If you have a pet who needs a new home, please click here.
To spay/neuter your pet, please click here.
If you would like to participate in our yearly vaccination clinic, please click here.
BECOME A MEMBER:
To sign up and pay online, please click here.
To download the form and mail your payment, please click here.
* The Floyd County Humane Society reserves the right to deny any application on a companion animal for any reason. The applicant will always be informed as to why they were denied. Denying an application is not a personal attack on the applicant, in many cases, the denial is because we, at the Humane Society, do not feel that the animal and family will be a good match. This does not mean that the applicant would certainly be denied in the future.
Some of the reasons the applicant may be denied: bad vet or personal references, lying on the application, refusing a home check, past history of returning/rehoming animals, or inadequate supervision. In some cases, we receive two applications on the same animal. In this case, it is up to the discretion of the Humane Society to decide which family would be the best fit for the animal.
The Floyd County Humane Society is staffed solely by volunteers. The application process can take anywhere from a few days to a few weeks, depending on how soon references can be reached and if there are any concerns about the application. Unfortunately, some applications are denied, but it is done in the best interest of the animal. If there are any questions or concerns as to why an application was denied, the applicant can reach out to the contact person or email the Society.