Open Your Home to a Furever Friend
All Rehoming Pets belong to local owners who can no longer care for them. These pets are spayed/neutered and current on their vaccinations. All you have to do is make your selection and connect with the owner! Please note: LAWS does not oversee the adoptions of these pets.
Need Rehoming Assistance?
If you are unable to keep your pet for any reason, LAWS can assist you in finding a new home. Visit our Rehoming Assistance page.
Rehoming Bulletin Board
To adopt a Rehoming Pet:
- Select your Rehoming Pet.
- Download, fill in, and email the Rehoming Pet Adoption Application to the owner of the pet you’ve selected. (After you open the application, if you DOWNLOAD it and then open the downloaded version, you can fill out the application electronically.)
- Call or send a follow-up email to the owner to ensure he/she received your application.
Mahji is approximately five years old, male, and neutered. Mahji’s front paws are declawed, so he should not be outdoors without supervision, as he has no defenses without his claws. Mahji doesn’t have any health issues, he is super friendly, and he’s ready to go home with you!
To meet Mahji, email Halinka at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Fantastic Four Fosters
Hermione, Hans Friedrick, Ron, and Ekaterina all came from the same home. They are all about 12 to 14 years old and are incredibly sweet. However, their living situation has changed, and now they are currently being fostered. They are in need of good forever homes.
To meet any of the Fantastic Four Fosters, email LAWS at: email@example.com, and we’ll direct you to their current caretaker.
My daughter is shipping out to the Army in March, and we need to rehome her cat Jax, a 5 1/2 yr-old neutered female.
Jax is a special needs cat. She is blind in one eye and also has Stomatitus—she receives steroids and antibiotics injections every four weeks. Jax has also had a few teeth removed due to this condition.
Jax is a house cat who is loving and playful on a one-on-one basis, but she becomes aggressive toward other cats. She is okay with our dogs and people when her pain level is low. (Her mouth pain makes her sensitive and unpredictable, which is why the injections have to be done routinely.)
We would love for her to find a home with no other cats where she will be happy!
To meet Jax, call Claire Roberts at (307) 399-5639.
This is Little. She’s been living in my barn for over a year, now, having come to me with another barn cat from a feral colony in Denver. Unfortunately, as it turns out, barn life doesn’t suit her at all, so I’m looking to find her an indoor situation as soon as possible. Although she can be rather timid, she’s a quiet and affectionate middle-aged cat with no interest in mousing or venturing out. I don’t know how she is with other cats and dogs in general, but I do know that she doesn’t get along with our other cat at all, which is another reason I need to find her a new home. She really is a sweet girl, and she’d make someone a good, mellow indoor companion.
If a permanent home isn’t available, a foster home would also be very welcome, and I’m willing to take her back at any time if the new situation doesn’t work out.
To meet Little, contact Nell Hanley at 307-760-4443 or firstname.lastname@example.org
A month ago my husband and I brought home Champ. He is neutered and up-to-date on his shots. He is house-trained, knows basic commands, and minds really well. Champ is a cuddle bug and is very friendly—he loves attention and would be happy to just lie on the couch with you. Champ had been around other dogs and children, and he got along with our cat and our two-year-old son. However, he can become aggressive to our rescue hound and Chihuahua at playtime, and when he wants my attention while someone else already has it. Champ has never hurt my dogs, but I am worried it will happen eventually. He needs to be in a home where he is the only dog, and I want him to go to a good home.