Adopting a Pet from Cache Humane Society
Are you looking for your perfect companion animal?
Look no further. Adopt, don't shop!
- Watch our website or visit the shelter to meet our wonderful animals.
- Complete an Adoption Questionnaire.
- Meet the animal, find out their story, and ask our staff any questions you may have. We may recommend that you bring your current pets to the shelter to meet their potential new friend.
- When you've found your match, complete the adoption paperwork and payment with our staff.
- Take your new furry friend to their forever home!
How Do I Adopt?
- Our Hours are 10am to 6pm Monday to Friday and 12pm to 5pm on Saturday.
- Prior to being able to view any animals, we will ask you to complete an Adoption Questionnaire (Dog Adoption Questionnaire / Cat Adoption Questionnaire). An Adoption Counselor will review your Questionnaire and help you find your perfect match.
- If you have other dogs, we encourage you to bring them with you to meet potential furry family members.
- If you are a renter, please bring proof that you can have pets where you live.
If you are not in a position to adopt, we reserve the right not to bring any animals out of their kennels for you. This is to prevent stress on the animal.
How much does it cost to Adopt?
Dogs - $175.
Includes the spay/neuter, current vaccinations up to the date of adoption, and a microchip.
See Adoptable Dogs here.
Cats - $50
Includes the spay/neuter and current vaccinations up to date of adoption. A Microchip is not included in adoption fee for cats, but is just $15 at the point of adoption.
See adoptable Cats here.
Small Animals- Varies.
We sometimes have a number of different small animals in the shelter. Adoption fees vary, but are usually no more than $20. Small animals are not fixed and we ask that you are a responsible owner and do not put these animals in a situation where they may breed. Look at our current available adoptable small animals here.
After You've Adopted
Please do not hesitate to call us if you have any additional questions about your animal after adoption.
Our clinic staff are trained to insure our shelter animals are kept as healthy as possible and that they are vaccinated. We have a vet who we consult with, and a visiting spay and neuter surgeon but do not employ a vet at the shelter. We do not have full medical histories for the animals prior to arrival at the shelter, and therefore encourage you to visit your local vet within the first week after adoption for a full health check on your animal.
Please review Cache Humane Society's
We also recommend you consult our Cache Humane Society Pinterest Page for useful links to information and tips on taking care of your new pet.