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Findahomegiveahome Pet Rescue

P.O Box 864, Bonita Springs, FL 34133

Phone (239) 338-8184
cats & dogs at Findahomegiveahome Pet Rescue

Areas Findahomegiveahome Pet Rescue serves

Find A Home Give A Home is an all volunteer not for profit cat and dog rescue organization located on Fort Myers Beach, Florida. Our mission is to assist needy cats on Fort Myers Beach and other counties with spaying and neutering, medical care, food and finding permanent responsible homes to go to. Find A Home Give A Home is dedicated to educating the public about the importance of spaying and neutering, reducing overpopulation of cats and dogs and to teach proper pet care.

Findahomegiveahome Pet Rescue's adoption process


Submit Application

We do check references. Please note we do not adopt to family with small children for safety reason and tenants due to breed restrictions.


Home Check

and determine if it is good match. Please realize it is all about the dog or cat and his or her needs. We do not adopt to family who smokes.


Meet the Pet

If everything is good then we go forward with meeting the pet and do the adoption agreement at that time.

Additional adoption info

All our pets are fully vetted and in some cases come with training. Adoption fees may vary depending on the pet. If you are interested in meeting one of our pet, please fill out our adoption questionnaire on our site under "Helpful links"
Please don't hesitate to contact us via email. We try very hard to make sure we match the right home with the right pet. We do a home visit. Hope to hear from you. thanks for adopting!!

Adoption application

About Findahomegiveahome Pet Rescue

Common and understandable questions we encounter are “Where do the donations go?” and “Why are the puppies more expensive?”

Our philosophy at Find a Home, Give a Home is “all for one, and one for all”. This is why we list puppies at a higher adoption fee than our shelter babies. Puppies usually have less initial veterinary costs and are typically adopted at a quicker pace than adult dogs. The fees we receive for our puppies OFFSET the cost for all the precious lives we save that haven’t been as fortunate.

While cute little puppies (breeder surrender/confiscation) are often the most desirable and sought after, our true purpose is the humanitarian effort of finding homes for shelter dogs. Rescue dogs from shelters have not received even the basic veterinary care ever or regularly and are often abandoned and found in terrible physical condition, and sometimes are injured and need emergency and specialty veterinary treatment and care. We do everything we can to help these dogs to regain their health both physically and mentally. As these precious babies heal in foster homes, unfortunately, the veterinary costs do add up. Once they are healed, they sometimes have “special needs” which require temporary or permanent medications. All of this can delay finding the right forever home for them.

Findahomegiveahome Pet Rescue's adopted pets