Our Adoption Process

Get Pre-Screened

Get Pre-Screened! You can meet dogs and cats prior to becoming pre-approved during our adoption hours Wednesday 12pm-4pm and Saturday 12pm-4pm, but people who are pre-approved may adopt the pet you're interested in before your approval process is complete.

 

Dog Pre-Screen: 

https://forms.gle/iaqKfJVX3SrU3nAb9

Cat Pre-Screen: 

https://www.shelterluv.com/matchme/adopt/SSAR/Cat

What kind of Documents are needed?

Provide the following for us to make a copy: Identification-Driver's license or state ID card, Proof of residency such as a utility bill AND Homeowners: Recent mortgage statement or Renters: Lease agreement or pet addendum with property address

Review Process

The review process takes 3-5 business days. Sometimes we try to contact you via e-mail, so please check your e-mail as well as your voicemail. If you have not been contacted in 3 business days, send an e-mail to sunnyskysanimalrescue@gmail.com

If Approved, Come Meet Our Adoptable Pets!

We are open Wednesdays and Saturdays 12pm-4pm. Our volunteers will be happy to help you spend time with our adoptable and find a good match for you and your family. We can hold onto your pre-approval for 3 months if you don't find what you're looking for right away. 

Puppy & Kitten Adoption

Some times young puppies and kittens are sent home on a spay/neuter contract. For any animal sent home not spayed or neutered, there is a $50 refundable deposit to be returned at your scheduled date of surgery. The spay/neuter is included in your adoption fee.

What Adoption Fees Cover

Animals usually go home within a few days after the application is approved. Some animals may go home on the day the application is approved if they are spayed/neutered, up to date on vaccines, micro-chipped, and approved to leave by Sunny Sky's. The dog adoption fee includes the spay or neuter surgery, age appropriate vaccines (distemper and rabies), microchip, and preventative flea treatment. The cat adoption fee covers spay/neuter, Microchip, pyrantel deworming, Frontline flea treatment, testing for feline leukemia/FIV, and routine vaccinations.

These are Rescue Dogs and Cats

We do not have any further information regarding behavior, training or past experiences. 

Health of Your Pet

We strongly recommend that future adopters take their new pet to their own veterinarian for an exam within 3 days of adoption. We hope you and your new pet have a long and happy life together, and a health screening is the best first step you and your new family member can make. 

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