Life is better with a furry friend. Come meet our brood
We have hundreds of animals waiting eagerly to find their forever homes. Many of them have been rescued from the streets and each of them is deserving of a loving, caring family they can call their own.
It’s a lot easier to adopt than you think. We promise. And we’re here to guide you every step of the way.
Adoption is a commitment
Adopting an animal is not a decision to take lightly. Cats and dogs can live as long as 15 years.
We want to ensure that our animals go to people who will provide them with a clean, safe, family environment, will feed them properly, take care of them when they are sick, and will – above all – love them long time.
Animals you can adopt
Choosing the right pet
Before you decide to adopt, we recommend you consider a few factors:
- Do you have lots of time to entertain an energetic animal or are you looking for an older, calmer pet?
- Do you have an outdoor space that your pet can explore safely? Or would you prefer an animal that’s comfortable spending time indoors?
- Do you already have a pet? If yes, what kind of temperament does your existing pet have?
If you already have a pet, please bring them with you when you come to the shelter. Photos of your help will help us advise you on who from our animal family will be a good fit for you.
Frequently Asked Questions
All adoptions are free. There is no hidden cost.
We strongly encourage you to come to our rehab centre, spend some time with the inmates and choose the right pet for yourself and take them home. However, in scenarios where you can’t, our adoption team will help you with the process.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and the adoption team will get back to you.
Most of the animals at AMTM are rescued stray animals who have spent their lives outdoors. However, once at our centre, we try to train them to live indoors. They are familiarised with people and made to feel comfortable in their company. Additionally, all AMTM animals are sterilized and fully vaccinated.
Yes. AMTM is dedicated to the service of stray and abandoned animals which includes all species. However, this is rare.