An animal shelter is a place where cats, dogs and other animals are temporarily homed and offered for adoption. Animal shelters are typically supported by charitable donations. More »

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The Humane Society of the United States lists several websites for finding local animal shelters, including Shelter Pet Project, Adopt-a-Pet, and Petfinder. Each site offers search options using zip code, city name and d... More »

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The Shelter Pet Project's website allows visitors to find local animal shelters by simply entering a ZIP code. Also, city or county health and police department phone book listings often contain local animal shelters' co... More »

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The Delaware County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, or SPCA, has dogs, cats, kittens and puppies available for adoption, however, the adoption fee varies considerably between the different kinds of pets... More »

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The Nebraska Humane Society gives shelter to and encourages the adoption of dogs, cats, small critters and horses. Additionally, services including training classes and low-cost spaying or neutering are offered to curren... More »

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Pet adoption in Indiana varies depending on the animal rescue center or shelter. The process typically involves browsing through the available pets for adoption online or at the shelters, filling out an application form ... More »

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Contact a local horse rescue or animal shelter to inquire whether there are miniature horses available for adoption. These include Saving Grace Miniature Horse Rescue, Triple H Miniature Horse Rescue, Frost Hill Farm and... More »

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