Wyandotte Animal Adoption Center
Dog adoption and cat adoption saves lives. Adopt a dog or adopt a cat and you'll have a friend for life! Contact us, or contact another local humane society, animal shelter or SPCA.
Wyandotte, MI 48192
Pets at Our Shelter:
Cities, Towns, and/or Counties We Serve:Wyandotte Animal Adoption Center acts as the adoption facility for our intake facility (Downriver Central Animal Control). All strays and abandoned animals go through DCAC first for assessment, then are moved to the adoption facility once deemed adoptable and as soon as space is available. If you are looking to adopt a loving companion and can provide a stable home for a once unwanted animal, please visit our facility! We are open three weeknights a week (M, Tues, F 5:30 to 7:30) as well as every weekend. (Sat 10-2 and Sun 10-1)
About Our Shelter:The Wyandotte Animal Adoption Center acts as the adoption facility for Downriver Central Animal Control. The intake facility (located in Southgate, Mi.) handles all intakes (strays, abandoned animals, court cases...). The adoption facility (located in Wyandotte, Mi.) brings the animals over (if adoptable) and have completed their requisite holds at the intake facility. This can sometimes take a few weeks if the adoption center is at capacity. The facilities handle approximately 1800 animals per year.
OUR ADOPTION FACILITY IS RESCUE FRIENDLY.
If you are a foster for a recognized rescue and are interested in a particular animal, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Come Meet our Pets:If you are considering adopting an animal please stop by to check out the wonderful companions we have available. The pound is open for adoptions from 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. on all Saturdays, 10 a.m. -1:p.m. all Sundays and from 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Friday.
Application: Please copy, paste, and email to email@example.com.
If interested, please copy and paste the following application, and email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our adoption committee reviews this application before releasing any animal to a new home. The following questions will help us to place the animals into homes that match both the adopter’s and animal’s needs. Wyandotte Animal Control reserves the right to decline the adoption of any animal for any reason if it feels the home will not be a good match.
City and Zip
Home Phone Cell Phone
Please print clearly and answer all questions. Please answer honestly, there are no right or wrong answers.
Do you: own home rent home rent apartment other – please explain: _______________________
If you are not the homeowner please list landlord’s name and phone: ____________________________
Please list all household members and their approximate ages (include frequent visitors)
Does everyone listed above want a cat? If not please explain:
Who will be assuming responsibility for this cat? _____________________________________________
Type of animal requested: Cat over 6 months Kitten under 6 months
Reason for adopting: Companion Gift To Breed Mouser For a child Other _________________
Do you have any pets now? Yes No
If yes: Number of dogs ___ Breed _____________________ Number of cats ________ Other ________
Are they spayed/neutered? Yes No: Reason _____________________________________________
Are they up to date on vaccines: Yes No Name and phone of vet: ____________________________
If yes, do you still have it? If not, why? If the animal passed away, please explain why:
Name and Phone of previous vet if more than one: ___________________________________________
Previous Pets in the past five years: Please list type (cat or dog), spayed or neutered, how long you had it, and what happened to it.
Have you ever brought an animal into the shelter before? Yes: Why?______________________ No
Have you ever given up a cat due to moving? Yes: Why? ________________________________ No
Does anyone in home have allergies? Yes No
If you are no longer able to care for this cat, who will? _________________________________________
Will this cat be primarily indoors or outdoors?
Where will the cat be kept: during the day ______________________ at night_____________________
Are you aware of the cost of taking care of a pet – on average, $300.00 for a cat for food, vaccines, supplies? Yes No Are you willing to provide, and can you afford emergency care? Yes No
Are you willing to care for this cat for the next 10-20 years? Yes No
Are you aware this cat should be vaccinated yearly, and the importance of the rabies shot? Yes No
How will you discipline this cat?___________________________________________________________
Why are you interested in adopting a cat?___________________________________________________
Do you have a certain kind of cat in mind? Yes No If yes, please describe: ______________________
The following is normal behavior for a cat. Check those that present a problem: Jumping on tables or furniture Scratching furniture Chewing Plants How will you handle these issues?
What will you do if your cat urinates in the house?
What, if any, would cause you to give up your cat? Allergies Moving Divorce Cat does not get along with new puppy/kitten Cat is too old The cat smells Not enough time
How many hours a day would the cat be alone?
How did you hear about our shelter?
The above information is correct to the best of my knowledge. I understand this application will be reviewed and evaluated solely based on what the volunteers of Wyandotte Animal Shelter feel would be best for both the animal and myself.
Our Adoption Process:Our facility requires a survey (application) to be filled out by each potential adopter in order to facilitate a good match between applicant and pet.
The adoption fee includes: combo test, distemper, spay/neuter, & rabies vaccine if old enough.
The adoption fee includes spay or neuter, 1st distemper vaccine. Rabies vaccine & heartworm test if old enough.
Cash only is accepted.