Adopt a Dog, a Cat, a Rabbit, or Another Companion From PETA
If you’re searching for a new best friend, look no further than this list of animals who are ready for a loving, permanent home—thanks to PETA.
Buster and Zoey had a wonderful home until their guardian fell severely ill. Can you give these bonded Chihuahuas a second chance at the love and comfort they deserve?
Claire spent years roughing it outside in a rural mobile home park. Thankfully, the residents called PETA for help, and now this cuddly calico is looking for a loving, indoor home.
These kittens were literally thrown to the dogs, but thanks to quick-thinking PETA staffers, they survived the ordeal. Do you have room for one (or two) in your family?
When workers at a recycling plant realized they could no longer care for sweet Peque—whom they found abandoned as a kitten—they called PETA for help with finding her a permanent home.
Lucy was heartbroken when her loving guardian fell ill. But now, this radiant Rottweiler is ready to be your right-hand gal.
Buttons is neutered, healthy, up to date on veterinary care, and ready to find his perfect match. Think that could be you?
Despite being treated cruelly by his former owner, 4-year-old Duke hasn’t let that affect his cheerful outlook on life—he’s a grade-A goober.
Are you looking for a smart, spunky new roommate? Consider Sheldon—he’s a young kitten with a love of “string theory” and sunny windows.
Patrick loves tennis balls, has gorgeous cocoa-brown fur, and is looking for a family to call his own—could you be Patrick’s star?
PETA is trying to find a new home for sweet senior dog Maxi, whose owner passed away, leaving her outside alone. Can you love and comfort Maxi for the rest of her life?
Meet Finnegan, a 12-week-old, fiery-orange kitten rescued from under a mobile home by PETA fieldworkers. Now he’s awaiting adoption!
After recovering from a severe and untreated skin infection, the only thing Dwight is itching for now is a loving, responsible home. Contact PETA to learn more.
Binx is willing to travel (even to Salem) to find his perfect match. And he’s ready to protect his adoptive family from the Sanderson sisters—or just foil balls and yarn.
“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE
— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind