YOUR Humane Society SPCA will consider adoptive families in the Lake Panasoffkee and surrounding areas only. This is simply due to logistics and distance of travel for our volunteers. Our goal is to make the best rescue match taking into consideration the animal's background and your family's needs. Every animal is different: personality, temperament, energy, comfort with kids and other animals, medical needs and more. We take all these factors into consideration when making a furever-home match. We are very careful about the placements we make. We do our best to match the right animal with the right adoptive home because we want this to be the pet's permanent home.
We appreciate you wanting to bring a animal into your home. In order for us to find the right pet for you, we need you to submit an adoption application.
We will review your application upon receipt. If we have any questions or concerns, we will contact you for clarity.
Once your application review is complete, a YOUR Humane Society SPCA volunteer will contact you to schedule a home visit to meet in person and discuss all-things pet. During the home visit, we look for potential hazards for the animal that the adopter may not have considered. All household members must be present during the home visit. This includes all pets.
Finding Your Pet
Once approved to adopt, the search for your animal begins. Volunteers will begin to evaluate pets currently in our foster care program who may be a good fit for you and your family. We would also be open to discussing animals in our care that you are specifically interested in.
We will not discuss adoption details regarding any particular animal if you have not yet applied to adopt.
YOUR Humane Society SPCA is a 100% volunteer, non-profit organization. We will make every effort to schedule your home visit in a timely manner. Please be patient with us…the animals need our time too.
All animals are spayed/neutered, microchipped and up-to-date on all shots prior to adoption
Adoption fees range from $50 to $650, based on the age and health of each individual animal.