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from the HHS website: "Henrico Humane Society (HHS) is a nonprofit 501(c)33 organization incorporated in 1991 to address the enormous number of homeless animals in the greater Richmond area. HHS is run entirely by volunteers and has no paid staff. The organization relies upon donations, adoption fees, and fund-raising efforts to support its programs."
PO Box 28014
Richmond, VA 23228

RICHMOND, Va. -- Richmond Animal Care and Control is offering $20 pet adoptions in preparation for Hurricane Matthew.

The Animal Adoption and Rescue Foundation, or AARF, in Richmond, Virginia has been placing dogs since 1993. For just $186, you can go home with a new dog today. Fostering is available to those that would prefer a more short-term commitment. Make sure to check out their website and Facebook for the most up-to-date availability and announcements.

Richmond SPCA: Dogs Awaiting Adoption - Richmond SPCA

Making of Miracle Stories Animal Rescue of Virginia (M.O.M.S. VA) has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Richmond, VA. Lima Bean came to CSVH from Richmond Animal Care and Control in September of 2014. He is one and a half years old, neutered and up to date on all his vaccinations. Lima Bean is very playful and would love a home where there are things to do and people to see. He also has an amazing purr that can be heard across a room. He is very cuddly and even tempered. Lima Bean does well with other cats and quiet dogs, but may need some time to warm up to active dogs. He has not been tested with children, but since his demeanor is so accepting he will mostly likely do well with children if given the chance. Please talk to any CSVH staff member if you have questions about adoption or think you may be able to offer Lima bean his forever home.

Richmond VA > Animal Care and Control > Lost And Found

Walt is a three year old cat who came from Richmond Animal Care and Control in January of 2015. The CSVH staff member who picked him out was looking for a therapy cat to go with us to visit the elderly. Unfortunately, despite his calm personality, Walt is not outgoing enough to become a therapy cat. Walt can be nervous and takes a day or two to warm up to new people, but when he has, he is very social and even chatty. Walt would prefer a quiet home without lots of loud hustle and bustle. He gets a long well with friendly cats and quiet dogs. He is neutered, fully vaccinated, and ready to go to his new home. If you think you may be able to offer Walt the loving, forever home he deserves, please ask any CSVH staff member for adoption details.

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