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Meet Some of This Week's Adoptable Pets (Jan 17, 2023)

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

We have many great animals who are looking for their forever 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 handsome big guy came to the shelter as a healthy stray from the town of Hyde Park. While shy at first, once he gets to know and feels comfortable with you (which doesn't take long at all) he's an absolute lovebug who wants to cuddle at every opportunity. Will you be his snuggle buddy?


Adorable 3-year-old Falcon came to us as a stray. He's a sweet, docile kitty who is looking for someone who will give him the safe, cozy home he has been searching for. What makes Falcon open up to and trust a person the most is when they give him some good quality playtime! Falcon is considered special needs because he is FIV positive. FIV is a chronic condition that depresses the immune system. Don’t worry, Falcon can live a long, happy life! But he should be monitored to avoid getting infections. He can live with other cats that don’t have FIV. It is transmissible but only through a deep bite. It is safe for him to share water bowls or to lick another cat.


Greta doesn’t want much from life, she just wants to save the planet. While she’s working through her plans, she would appreciate a nice cozy place to live and lots of hay to munch on. Learn all about how to care for a pet rabbit here.


Friendly and fun 1-year-old Roki was part of an airlift of over 140 dogs (and cats) from overcrowded shelters in Alabama and Louisiana. A sweet and happy guy, Roki just wants to find a human BFF who will return his unconditional love. He is looking for a forever family who enjoys taking him for walks and hanging out with him in the yard.


This poor boy has been bounced around his entire life and is looking for his official FURever home. Bailey can be nervous when he first meets you, but once he warms up he's a lovable goofball! He loves attention and truly deserves to be spoiled! Bailey would do absolutely anything for a treat and loves to chow down on frozen pupsicles. He enjoys his morning zoomies around the yard and snuggling his entire body into your arms for all the pets and cuddles.

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