Suffolk Animal Care Center
Adoption Hours:

Mon. - Fri: 11am-5pm Saturday: 11am-3pm
Closed: Sun. & Holidays
Click here for a map!

Helpful Topics:
What to Consider Before Adopting a Pet

Pure or Mixed Breed?

The Joy of Mature Pets

Choosing the Right Cat

Choosing the Right Dog

Bringing Your Cat Home

Bringing Your Dog Home

Looking for a Purebred? Click here!

Congratulations on your decision to adopt! Suffolk Humane Society works closely with Suffolk Animal Care Center to help them care for the homeless animals of Suffolk. Suffolk Animal Care Center has many different types of cats, dogs, bunnies, ferrets and other pets available who are waiting to find loving homes. For information on Suffolk Humane adoptable dogs, email us at, or look below to see Suffolk Animal Care Center's featured pets!

Step 1: Determine the pet that is best for your lifestyle.
Browse through the helpful topics at the left and determine what type of pet will best suit your lifestyle. Since your new pet will be with you for many years, this is an important commitment that should not be rushed into!

Step 2: Gather the required forms of identification.
All adoptions require a pictured ID (driver's license, military ID, or official state ID).

Step 3: Select your pet!
All animals are available to be seen at Suffolk Animal Care Center. (Or you can click here or look below to see their featured pets!) Once you select your pet, Suffolk Animal Care Center will process your adoption.

Step 4:
See your veterinarian.
Your new pet will want to meet her new veterinarian! During your first vet visit, your veterinarian will help you with a host of questions including integrating your new pet with your existing pets and family
members, what type of food to choose, and to get a more in depth view of your pet's
health and age- or breed-related needs

The animals listed below are currently at Suffolk Animal Care Center and are available for adoption! Adoptions are $75 for cats, $95 for dogs and $25 for all other pets. All cats and dogs are spayed/neutered and vaccinated (dogs - DHP, bordatella & rabies; cats - fvrcp & rabies) prior to adoption. To learn more about Suffolk Animal Care Center, you can visit their website or Facebook page.

* photos courtesy of James Bielmann

The animals listed below are currently in foster and are ready for their new forever homes! Please touch base with the foster person directly by clicking on the photo of animal and locating contact information.

* photos courtesy of James Bielmann