Animal Rescue in Niagara County New York
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Save-A-Pet, Bufffalo, Niagara Falls, Lockport NY

For a complete list of adoptable animals please visit www.saveapetniagara.petfinder.com

Click here for Adoption Process and Fees.

Save-A-Pet also keeps a list of privately owned dogs looking for homes.

Due to the response we received to our Veteran's Day offer, Save-A-Pet will continue to offer our wonderful companion dogs to qualified American veterans and military families at greatly reduced adoption fees through the holiday season. We are appreciative of their sacrifice and devotion and deserve having a dog in their lives. All of these great dogs are neutered, current on shots and housebroken. Contact us at 716-559-3020, ext 1, for more details.

Chief was adopted as a puppy from Save-A-Pet. He was loved for many years until his owner recently died. He is now safely back in a Save-A-Pet foster home patiently waiting for a new home. He is neutered, very gentle, well-behaved, heartworm-free, and house-broken. Chief loves cats and people, but he's not compatible with other dogs.  



Tucker is a young American Staffordshire Terrier who is a very happy, outgoing boy. He loves to play with his  toys. He likes everyone, knows basic commands and is a quick learner. He has lots of energy and would thrive in an active home.
Paxton was adopted by a disabled veteran who adored the big, gentle 2 year old American Pit Bull Terrier. They were constant companions until his owner died suddenly. Now Paxton is looking for a forever home. Despite the tragedy of losing his beloved master, Paxton is ever ready to love and be loved. He has a sweet disposition, well-behaved in the house, and gets along with everyone. He is playful and affectionate and loves to cuddle.



Charlie is a doll. He is 9 months old and weighs 46 pounds, so he will not be a big fellow. He loves other dogs and seems fine with cats. He is very eager to please and has great fun playing fetch. He is definitely not an alpha dog and is happy to follow a leader.
Stuart is about a year old and was found in an abandoned house with 12 cats. He is a very friendly and affectionate terrier mix who is very playful and smart. He learns quickly and is very eager to please. Even though he likes everyone he meets, he is a great watch dog and will let you know if someone is at the door.

Home for the Holidays Cat Adoption Special
Our wish is that all our cats and kitties might go to new permanent homes this holiday season, so reduced our adoption fees for all of December: All kittens (up to 7 months) are available for $50 (spay/neuter and all shots included). All adult cats (older than 7 months) are available for just $25 (all vet work included). What a jolly good deal!


 
Jake is one kitty who's a big sweet heart! He loves to bounce and play all over his foster home. He also gets along well with cats, kids, and dogs. His favorite things to do include long walks on the beach and candle light dinners... just kidding... he's an extreme sport kind of boy! Running, climbing, and playing! Can you handle all this kitty? Are you ready for some fun? 
 
Miles has developed into a beautiful young guy in our foster care. He is the classic beautiful black cat. Miles may seem timid at first, but in his own home he is affectionate and a pleasure to be with. Miles would be a real bargain for our Home for the Holidays special adoption fee of only $25.

 
Romeo probably had a home at some point in his life, but by the looks of him when he was found, it was a long time ago. He came to us with ear mites, bad teeth and eyelids that needed surgery. At first a little cautious with all the fuss he was getting, but now he is one big lover. Looking for a cat who will pay attention to you? This guy is the one! Romeo would be a love of a deal with our Home for the Holidays special adoption fee of only $25.

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Catherine
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Catherine and Queen are lucky babies who were born in a foster home soon after their very pregnant mom was brought in from the frigid weather. A nice neighbor took them in and got them to a foster home with Save A Pet. Catherine is notable by her distinctively-marked calico coat. Queen is a pretty dark tabby with white front. These sisters are very curious and playful. They love attention on their terms, as you would expect of royalty.. They are just adorable!

 
Dolly was rescued into a wonderful foster home last winter, a lucky break for her as she was pregnant at the time. She was a great mommy to her brood of five kittens. She is on the timid side and likes a quiet laid back environment . She likes to sit by or on lap of some one soft spoken. Can you give her the quiet life and security she craves?

 
Piggy in spite of her name, is a delightful grey and white female, 8 1/2-9 wks old, who loves to cuddle, is playful, and good with other cats and dogs. And her name? Maybe it's because she's always first to the food dish at meal time.

 
Butch is a little soft-and-gray guy who was born a stray, but was able to find his way to a kind foster home. There he is learning about people and how he can play and have fun! He's already litter trained, neutered and ready to go. Please give this guy a home for the holidays at special kitten adoption fee of only $50!

 
Chomper is a kitten who was born to a stray mom. A local neighbor brought him in from the cold to a Save-A-Pet foster home. Now Chomper has turned into a fun boy who loves to play! He's a true explorer who's ready to move into your home and heart.

 
Nick is a brown tabby baby who was part of the litter born to a stray mom. A local neighbor brought them in from the cold to a foster home with Save A Pet. Now this cutie is ready for his forever home.

 
Molly was part of the litter was born to a stray mom. A local neighbor brought them in from the cold to a foster home with Save A Pet. Now this cute brown-tabby is ready for her forever home. Don't let her small size fool you! This girl is full of spunk! She loves to put her brothers in their place, playing, running, and wrestling.
 
Tails was part of the litter born to a stray mom. A local neighbor brought them in from the cold to a Save-A-Pet foster home. He's a medium-size gray guy, now so bright and alert. Now this cutie is ready for his forever home with you.


Adoption Process
Save-A-Pet’s dogs and cats are fostered with loving care in our volunteers’ homes prior to adoption by the perfect new owners. You can meet pets waiting to be adopted at our monthly Pick A Pet shows or by arranging a private visit between shows. Call our information number, (716) 559-3020, for more information. Save A Pet’s work is concentrated in eastern Niagara County, NY and in some neighboring communities.

All Save-A-Pet animals are up-to date on vaccinations and are spayed or neutered. Those requiring additional veterinary care prior to adoption have received the best possible professional treatment. Adopters will be informed of any known health issues an animal may have.

If you’d like to adopt a dog or cat from Save-A-Pet, you will be interviewed so that we can be sure that the pet will be going to a great home. Potential adopters fill out an adoption application prior to the adoption. Before the adoption is finalized, a home visit is required. An adoption form, completed when the adoption takes place, gives us a permanent record of the animal’s new ownership.

Download adoption applications: Cat | Dog


Adoption Fees
The cat adoption fee is $75 for cats and kittens 7 months to 4 years. If two cats in this age group are adopted at the same time, the fee for two is $125.

The adoption fee for kittens up to 7 months is $95.00 for one or $145.00 for two kittens in this age group.

The adoption fee for cats age 4 years and over is $40.00.

Purebred and declawed cats are $65.00 to $75.00.

The dog adoption fee is $200.

This fee includes all their vaccinations spay/neutering, and whatever other vet work they may need to get them ready for adoption.

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