Our hospitals occasionally acquire stray kittens, puppies, cats and dogs. We prefer not to send these animals to the Animal Control’s shelter, where there is a significant risk of euthanasia. We are willing and able to treat some of these needy animals, and facilitate their adoption by responsible and caring pet owners. Our adoption fees are consistent with other programs, and include primary health maintenance and sterilization.
Please ask us about Oaks Orphans currently waiting for adoption. You can also help by providing temporary foster care or by making a cash donation. Our community is filled with kind people who do make a difference in animals’ lives.
01/24/2016: We are so excited to announce that Tiger has been adopted by one of our clients!
Tiger was a member of our adoption program about 2 years ago and has returned to us after his owners could no longer care for him. He is an adorable brown tabby domestic short hair cat. Tiger suffered an unfortunate incident as a young kitten that resulted in the loss of his right eye. At 2.5 years old he has become a very sweet and affectionate cat but very playful when engaged. He is very adventurous and loves to curl up close to the employees behind the desk. Are you looking for a new family member? Come meet Tiger today!
Bits was dropped off outside of St. Francis and a kind volunteer brought him to us knowing one of our caring clients could give him a wonderful life! Bits is full of life and is a clever little boy. Once he’s had his fill of adventure, he will curl up in your lap and purr up a storm looking for your attention. Bits would be a wonderful addition to any loving home.