Paws For Life NC has limited fostering capacity, and thus, a limit to the number of animals we can take in, and our priority will always be with shelter animals.  Thus, when community members need help re-homing their personally owed pets, but are unable or unwilling to foster the animal through our program, we refer them to this free Adopt-a-Pet.com  rehoming tool.  Just click on the big blue icon below to get started.  

Here are some things to consider, but not required:

  • Good pictures will capture the attention of potential adopters. Try to showcase the animal's personality

  • Write a short bio about the pet. Be honest about the animal's behaviors and personality. Try to write any negatives as positive as possible.

  • Having your pet current on vaccines and vetting will make them more desirable

  • Ensuring the animal is spayed or neutered prior to re-homing is the responsible thing to do 

  • Doing vet checks, landlord checks and reference checks will give better odds the animal will go to a safe new home.  A home visit (virtual or in-person) will give you insight into how the animal will be living day to day

  • Charge a re-homing fee

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