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Meet Some of This Week's Adoptable Pets (Feb 27, 2023)

DCSPCA is open for adoptions Tuesday - Sunday 12pm - 5pm

We have many great animals who are looking for their dream homes this week!

We encourage you to fill out an application before you come in to begin the adoption process.

Then visit the shelter to meet your newest furry family member!

Read about all of DCSPCA's adoptable pets here.


This sweet, low-maintenance 11-year-old boy is an oldie but goodie who deserves to catch a break. He's still pretty spunky for his age but would be an easygoing companion. He is a fun and loving 62lb guy who will bring joy to your heart. He has lived with another dog and is said to get along with females mostly and some males.


Molly is an adorable and super-sweet 6-year-old girl who loves attention and being around people. A 60lb Beagle/Labrador Retriever mix, she is playful and has great energy. She loves scratches and getting her hair brushed. Molly used to go to doggy day care and always played well with other dogs but in a home she wants to be the only dog. Please give this girl the love she deserves.


Aged to perfection, this older gentleman is a big fan of the great outdoors. He would love to be by your side on a hike, or cozy on the couch with you for a Netflix binge. Diesel needs to be the only animal in the home but he adores people and is looking forward to finding his dream home.


Playful and sweet, Lanaya is full of surprises! One moment she might be rubbing against your legs, and the next she’s chasing a dust particle through the air. You would never guess that this spirited sweetheart is a 12-year-old golden girl. She is eager to find a dream home where she can make herself comfy and cozy up with her PAWrent(s).


Remy is an elegant, petite, and beautiful 2-year-old black cat. She may be small but she has a gigantic personality and just loves attention and affection. She is looking for that special someone who will let her rule your heart and home.


An adorable polydactyl, Ruffles doesn't have ridges, but she does have a lot of extra toes! She came to us from living outdoors but thrived in a foster home and will grow up to be a wonderful, unique-looking cat.


This undeniably cute brown and white ball of fluff and love came to us as a transfer from another shelter. Daisy went into foster for just about one month and gave birth to a beautiful baby Guinea pig named April as can be seen in her photo! Daisy is a sweetheart and is currently looking for her dream home, will you give her all of your love?

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