Below is a map for Kingston Animal Rescue, please call for specific directions.
We are very pleased to be hosting a spring fundraiser for Kingston Animal Rescue on May 27th! Join us for an afternoon of shopping with Shiva's Delight, Holistic Rain, Anatolian Legacy and the Cheesecakery Bakery ♡
Upon completion of the hold period, we sent him to Kingston Animal Hospital for routine vaccinations and a heartworm test. The heartworm test came back positive and we decided to have him treated. Misha is a very happy, strong, easy going, seems to like everybody kind of dog. On December 22, 2016 he was adopted by an experienced, responsible dog owner who has already bonded with him. They are the perfect match and destined to enjoy many happy days hiking trails on the South Shore.
The South Kingstown Animal Shelter houses the stray animal population of South Kingstown and Narragansett, RI. Our animal residents include, but is not limited to: dogs, puppies, cat, kittens, ferrets, Guinea pigs, and rabbits. The South Kingstown Animal Shelter's primary focus is to return strays to their owners through advertising, lost & found ads, and public access to our shelter seven days per week. When most people look to adopt a pet, they’re usually looking for a puppy or a kitten, but Paula recently got herself a cat from Kingston Animal Rescue that’s TWENTY-THREE YEARS OLD. Dude, that’s almost as old as the Ottawa Senators franchise! Due to the high volume of applications we receive, only thoseapplicants who areapproved to adopt an animal will be contacted. Once approved, Kingston Animal Shelter personnel will accompany individuals interested in adopting a pet into the appropriate animal areas. Our personnel will provide the history and needs of the animal including feeding and exercise requirements necessary. If you come here with your children, please DO NOT lead them to believe you will be adopting, or going home with an animal. The process, depending on personnel availability may take several days. We reserve the right to deny any application without cause.On adoption day, Kingston Animal Shelter will provide hard copies of medical records for the pet you are adopting. The keeping of these records upon adoption will be the responsibility of the new owner. Any other questions/concerns will be addressed at time of adoption. Adopted animals can be picked up on Sat. from 9-12 noon, unless alternate arrangements have been made for a week day pick-up, provided an Animal Control Officer or Adoption Coordinator is available to assist. Kingston Animal Shelter accepts CASH or Checks. Wedo not accept CreditCard payments at the present time. Please make checks payable to: Town of Kingston. Over the years, Dr. DeMarco has owned various exotic pets, including ferrets, hamsters, hedgehogs, and frogs, among several others. During her study at Ross University, Dr. DeMarco’s passion for working with animals expanded to tropical birds and reptiles. She completed her clinical year at Purdue University in 2001 and joined the Kingston Animal Hospital team in 2006 after having worked in another veterinary practice with small animals and exotic pets. Her veterinary interests include general dog and cat internal medicine, surgery, preventive pet care, and avian and exotic animal medicine. She sees dogs, cats, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and furry pocket pets.