Surrendering A Pet
You will be releasing ownership and you no longer have any rights to the animal. Pets surrendered to Halfway Home must be people friendly, no exceptions. Full disclosure is required to ensure the safety and well-being of all the animals and staff in our care. The rescue reserves the right to deny intake as we see fit. We also cannot do intakes when we are on a full-on freeze. For example, during the "kitten season", we are outnumbered by surrender requests of kittens and cats.
We simply may not have space or the funding to take on another animal, no matter the circumstance. Our openings depend largely on adoptions. We simply cannot keep up, though we do our best. Please be sure that this is the path you wish to take. Have you found a furry friend wandering the streets? Don't want to risk taking them to the pound? So long as we have room available, the rescue will take strays and attempt to find the owners. We also have microchip readers on site.
**FYI: A Feral cat is much different from a stray cat. Please contact us to move forward appropriately.**
How do I surrender a Pet or Stray?
Please out the necessary form listed below. One is for dogs, the other is designated for cats.
* If possible, please bring all necessities for the pet - collar, bowls, bedding, leftover food, a toy. These items will make the transition easier for the pet as well as help the rescue with the basic needs of the animal.Please submit the form below.
Disclaimer: This website is updated as often as possible. We cannot make updates with each and every arrival and departure of animals in our care. Please be advised that its first come, first served and the animals will go to the most qualified applicant in order of which they e-mail to inquire about the animal.