The CRD Animal Shelter has wonderful pets waiting to be welcomed into a good home. If you are looking to adopt a new best friend, please visit the Shelter or fill out an application for one of the animals listed for adoption.
Dogs for Adoption
We currently have no dogs available for adoption. Please check back later.
Cats for Adoption
Handsome Tofur is a senior flame point Siamese mix neutered male looking for a cozy retirement home! He has had dental, and blood work done thanks to Broken Promises Rescue, and is ready to warm someone's heart and lap. He is a super sweet gentleman.
Gomer is a DMH black, neutered male mature cat likely between the ages of 8-12. Despite his haggard appearance, and grumpy demeanor, Gomer has managed to win the hearts of the staff at the shelter. He has been SNAP tested, had bloodwork, xrays and been looked at by a vet and he is in perfect health, the only thing that may be broken is his soul. This guy has probably lived a hard life on the street for a long time. He enjoys the comforts of a warm bed and regular food, does not enjoy the company of other cats, and is just hoping for a quiet retirement home with a family who understands and accepts him for who he is.
Barn Cats! We currently have three barn cats available for farm properties. These cats come spayed/neutered and vaccinated. They are wild cats so keep their distance from people but do make the best ratters for farm properties. If interested please contact the shelter. Adoption fee is by donation.
Other Animals for Adoption
Triscut is an adult male rattie looking for a place to call home. He is a friendly fellow, a little shy but should do just fine in most households.
A great big 'Thank you' to My Best Friend, Pet Photography for kindly donating her time to take photos of the animals at the CRD Animal Shelter.
Where else can I look for pets?
Hours & Location
5401 Pat Bay Highway (three driveways past the Weigh Scale across from Elk Lake).
1 – 4pm Monday to Saturday. The Shelter is not open on Sundays and holidays.
We are very busy taking care of the animals in the Shelter. If you don’t reach a live person by phone, please leave a message and someone will get back to you as soon as possible. We appreciate your patience.