The Town of Rehoboth Animal Shelter has adoptable cats, and at times kittens, and occasionally adoptable dogs. All animals are completely vetted prior to adoption. Our available animals are listed on Petfinders.com.
Advice on Finding Low Cost Spay/Neuter Services
If you are seeking low cost spay/neuter services, check out Pet Partners, the Cat Mobile, or the Animal Rescue League Spay Waggin’, or the Sylvan Animal Clinic. Here are the websites of the listed groups:
Pet Partners at http://www.petpartnersne.org/
Cat Mobile at http://www.masshumane.org/spay.htm
Spay Waggin’ at http://www.arlboston.org/spay-waggin/
Sylvan Animal Clinic (Faxon Animal Rescue League, Fall River) http://arlfr.com/pages
If you would like to make cash donations to the Rehoboth Animal Shelter, please make checks payable to:
The Rehoboth Animal Welfare Account
Mail to: Rehoboth Animal Shelter, 148 Peck Street, Rehoboth, MA 02769
Other donations such as food, towels, blankets, etc. can be dropped off at the gate to the Animal Shelter or inside the front door to the Town Hall.
Thank you for your generosity!
Thank you Rebecca Smith for taking photos of adoptable animals and adding them to the website.
Our dog or cat will be so happy and grateful to find a new, permanent home and to become part of a loving family!
What is needed to adopt? If a potential adopter has another cat or dog, proof of their up to date rabies shots is required; and if a canine, proof of license in respective Town or City. Renters need to show proof that animals are allowed.
The Town of Rehoboth Animal Shelter provides a range of services assisting the town’s animals in need. The Animal Shelter is eager to place animals in its care into new and loving homes!
The Rehoboth Animal Shelter currently does not have any cats , kittens or dogs at the shelter.
Ifyou are inquiring about adoption, we need some information if you have a pet, name of Veternarian, if you own a dog, we need to verify that the animal is up to date on rabies shots and licensed in your respective place of residence . If you own we need verification you are allowed to own a pet, also, we do not adopt out animals as gifts. Adoption fee currently is $1100.00 for cats and kittens. They are completely vetted.
To adopt animals, please call 508-252-5421 X-126 and make an appointment. The Animal Control Officer's e mail is.
Please call the above number, for an appointment, as it is the fastest manner to get an appointment, as the ACO works round the clock. The ACO does not reguarly check her e mail.
Or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and your message will be forwarded to the Animal Control Officer.
If you have an emergency or the Animal Control Officer cannot be reached, please call the Police Department at 508-252-3722 for further instructions.