Norfolk Animal Care Center has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Norfolk, VA.
The Norfolk Animal Care and Adoption Center welcomes monetary donations through the Friends of Norfolk Animal Care Center, as well as contributions of pet food, toys, leashes and collars, laundry and office supplies; see their complete wish list for details. For a more hands on experience, become one of their valued volunteers or pet fosters.
Your next best friend is waiting for you at the norfolk spca. New arrivals are available for adoption regularly. Visit us soon and our animal care technicians will help you find the pet for you. If you’re looking for a cat and want to double your love by adopting two, we’ll split a single adoption fee between them!
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If you haven't found the type of companion you're looking for, simply go to our homepage and register your breed interest. You'll get an email as soon as your favorite species or breed of animal becomes available. Simple right? Just go to the Norfolk Animal Care and Adoption Center and click on the adoptable animals section, and submit your request!The City of Norfolk’s Animal Care and Adoption Center provides dog and cat adoptions and will help Pets for Patriots members find their new best friend. The shelter cares for nearly 6,000 animals each year and has a wide variety seeking permanent homes. In addition to pet adoption, the City is responsible for animal control, cruelty investigations and enforcement of all applicable animal codes.All NACC dogs, cats and rabbits are spayed or neutered before leaving the Center. Dogs and cats also are microchipped and vaccinated. Staff strive to make the best possible matches between the adopters and their new companion. Check out profiles and pictures of NACC adoptable animals by clicking on links below, or visit NACC at 5585 Sabre Road in Norfolk."The current wording of the definition has been interpreted to create a loophole under which the PETA facility in Norfolk operates as a private animal shelter but without the purpose of finding permanent adoptive homes for animals," Tabitha Frizzell Hanes, of the Richmond SPCA, writes . "Over the past decade, as save rates at private shelters across Virginia have risen and euthanasia rates have fallen, the PETA facility euthanizes the animals it takes in at a rate of about 90 percent.