Second Chance Animal Aid are pleased to introduce prospective adopters to our happy & healthy rescued cats and dogs looking for a forever home. As many of the adoptable foster cats and dogs are profiled and up to date as possible, although some animals profiled may be recently adopted, while new foster cats and dogs may not be profiled yet.
If you don't see the pet you had in mind, feel free to e-mail us or visit an Adoption Day. Please note that although SCAA sometimes have purebred animals, the vast majority of our cats and dogs are of mixed heritage. More importantly, their good health and temperament are the keys to a successful long-term pet and owner relationship.
What does adoptable mean to SCAA?
Foster animals MUST be healthy, including parasite control, vaccinations, and (if age-appropriate) sterilized. So NO TINY BABIES leave foster care. A pet's temperament is equally important! With reasonable expectations, we can say every rescue looking for a home ought to find one