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Where You Can Adopt Pets in Chattanooga

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Where You Can Adopt Pets in Chattanooga

In honor of National Adopt a Shelter Pet Day, we are bringing to you a comprehensive list of outstanding organizations operating in and around Chattanooga, dedicated to helping you find the perfect furry companion. If you’re considering expanding your family with a sweet dog or a snuggly cat, check out these seven amazing spots that offer pet adoptions.

Expand Your Family with Furry Friends

These organizations are hands down some of the most dedicated and earnest entities in Chattanooga passionately taking care of furry angels and they always ensure they’re going to the right homes. But remember, it is advisable to read the organization’s adoption requirements before visiting.

Naughty Cat Cafe

Located on 3742 Tennessee Ave., the Naughty Cat Cafe provides shelter to more than 30 cats from local shelters and rescues. You might just find the purr-fect companion here.

McKamey Animal Center

The McKamey Animal Center at 400 N. Access Rd. offers cats, dogs, and guinea pigs for adoption. Find your new best friend from a variety of animals.

Chattanooga Humane Educational Society

At 4155 Randolph Cir., is the Chattanooga Humane Educational Society. You can find a range of pets here, from cats and dogs to rabbits, occasionally augmented by gerbils, ferrets, guinea pigs, mice, and rats.

East Ridge Animal Shelter

For dog lovers, East Ridge Animal Shelter on 1015 Yale Street, East Ridge is a haven. Find your new cuddly canine companion here.

Pet Placement Center

The Pet Placement Center located at 5975 Dayton Boulevard equally caters for both cat and dog lovers. Here, you can adopt either a cat or a dog.

Trooper’s Treasures

Located at 2290 Gunbarrel Rd., Trooper’s Treasures is known for offering adoption facilities for dogs of various breeds.

A Paw and a Prayer Dog Rescue

As the name suggests, A Paw and a Prayer Dog Rescue, located on 8151 Davidson Rd., focuses exclusively on dog adoption. They are dedicated to finding homes for abandoned and rescue dogs.

Special Adoption Events

In addition to these organizations, various local organizations are participating in BISSEL Pet Foundation’s Empty the Shelters events in May, which offer discounted or free adoption rates. Keep your eye on these dates if you’re looking to adopt.

Let’s make the most of National Adopt a Shelter Pet Day and give homes to these beautiful creatures. After all, there’s nothing like the unconditional love and companionship of a pet!

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