Welcome to Friends of Virginia Beach Animal Care and Adoption Center
Located at 341 South Birdneck Road in Virginia Beach, the Animal Care and Adoption Center has many wonderful animals waiting for a good home.
Have you ever seen an adorable cat or kitten up for adoption and featured on your local news channel? Those great cats and kittens aren’t rare finds! They are the norm, and just about everywhere – including right here in Virginia Beach – there are too many pets and not enough homes choosing to adopt them. Unfortunately, many animals are still not spayed or neutered resulting in thousands of unwanted cats and kittens each year.
The Virginia Beach SPCA is Hampton Roads’ largest private animal shelter. The VBSPCA places 3,500 homeless companion animals with adopters each year.
Adoptable Shelter Pets - Virginia Beach Animal Care & Adoption Center
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Welcome to the site for information on adopting Virginia Beach city shelter animals, volunteering and more! We have so much going on - and so many wonderful animals hoping for good homes - please take some time to explore the website and learn more about our new animal shelter and all of the opportunities for helping homeless pets. VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – The Virginia Beach Animal Care and Adoption Center is offering low cost rabies vaccines on February 21 from 9 a.m. to noon.All dogs and cats adopted from the Virginia Beach Animal Care and Adoption Center will be sterilized prior to the adopter taking the animal home.Hopes run high that Hampton Roads residents in PETA’s own backyard will open their hearts and homes to help. PETA has teamed up with Chesapeake Humane Society, Chesapeake Animal Services, Chowan-Gates Animal Shelter, Danville Area Humane Society, Norfolk Animal Care and Adoption Center, and Virginia Beach SPCA to take the animals in for adoption and foster care. The Virginia Beach Animal Care & Adoption Center handles approximately 7000 animals annually. Many of the animals that arrive are strays with no health or behavior history. For this reason, the Virginia Beach Animal Care & Adoption Center, the Virginia Beach Police Department or the City of Virginia Beach cannot offer any form of guarantee as to the health or temperament of the animal being adopted. We will make every reasonable effort to ascertain the overall health and behavior of the animals we have available for adoption to the public, however the ultimate responsibility for choosing the right pet lies with the pet adopter. If you adopt an animal from our shelter and if for any reason the pet is not suitable, simply return it to our shelter.Despite having posted on Facebook several times in the past, hoping he will be , Friends of Virginia Beach Animal Control posted about Warren Wednesday, alerting the public the adoption would be his form of hospice care.