These animals are available for adoption at the Montgomery County Animal Care and Adoption Center. Please visit their website for more information about how to make one of these cute little buggers part of your family!

Goldie Lox

Goldie Lox

Male

Age: 8 Years

Healthy, immunized, and neutered

Orange Domestic Shorthair

*in a foster home, but is still available!

Lulu

Lulu

Female

Age: 3 Years

Healthy, immunized, and spayed

Tricolored Pit Mix

Must be only dog

 

Perry

Perry - ADOPTED

Male

Age: 5 Years

Healthy, immunized, and neutered

40 Lbs.

Brown and White        Lab/Hound X

Wilson

Wilson

Male

Age: 4

81 Lbs.

Neutered

Very friendly!

Great Pyrenees

*Went to Great Pyrenees Rescue

Dollies

Dollies

Female

Age: 1 Year

9 Lbs.

Domestic Shorthair Brown Tabby

*in a foster home, but still available!

Archie

Archie - ADOPTED

Male

Age: 4 Years

Great with other dogs, housebroken, has separation anxiety, VERY good boy and friendly!

50 Lbs.

Molly

Molly - ADOPTED

Female

Age: 5 Weeks

Gray Domestic Shorthair Kitten

Healthy

2 Lbs.

Barnes

Barnes - ADOPTED

Male

Age: 6 Weeks

White and Gray Domestic Shorthair Kitten

Healthy

3 Lbs.

Sushi

Sushi - ADOPTED

Male

Age: 20 Weeks

Siamese Domestic Medium Hair

Lap cat, VERY affectionate and healthy!

Benjamin Buttons

Benjamin Buttons - ADOPTED

Male

Age: 21 Weeks

Black and White Domestic Shorthair

Healthy

 

 

The Animal Care and Adoption Center (ACAC) opened on April 29, 2017 to provide care to stray and adoptable pets in Montgomery County Virginia.

OUR GOAL

The new center’s primary goal is to increase animal adoptions by expanding visitation and maximizing visibility in a setting where prospective pet owners visit dogs in an outdoor courtyard and cats in community rooms. Through partnerships with local animal groups and volunteers, the center emphasizes increasing adoptions and returning pets to their owners.

OUR CENTER

The Animal Care and Adoption Center’s 16,300-square-foot facility replaces a 1970s-era masonry facility that only housed dogs. The ACAC has the capacity to house 68 dogs and 64 cats. There are 12,600 square feet enclosed and 3,700 square feet covered space. The center is located on five acres at 480 Cinnabar Road, adjacent to the former animal shelter’s location.