The Alabama Animal Adoption Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that serves the Greater Birmingham, Alabama area completely via private donations and volunteer efforts. We're giving animals a second chance at life with the help of our volunteers and loving adoptive families.
Since 1977, our purpose has been to find loving and responsible homes for strays and unwanted family pets, as well as to educate the public about the problem of pet overpopulation and the significance of spaying and neutering their dogs.
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2808 Crescent Avenue Birmingham, AL 35209
Adopting a pet requires a $100 tax-deductible payment. This contribution enables us to deliver the services we offer as well as basic medical care to our adoptees.
Puppies and kittens
Shots based on the pet's age
A single worming
Certificates for free spay or neutering that can be presented to one of our participating veterinarians.
Animals in their adulthood
With the exception of rabies, all permanent vaccinations are required. Because rabies vaccinations (which are required by Alabama State Law every year) include a tag and certificate in the owner's name, it is best for the new owner to take care of this in case the pet becomes lost.
If the pet hasn't already been spayed or neutered, it comes with a complimentary spay or neuter certificate that may be used at any of our participating vets.
The Alabama Animal Adoption Society's mission is to place each pet in the best possible home for that animal. Potential owners are interviewed and must fill out an adoption application to ensure that a pet is placed in the appropriate household environment. The application requests information that will assist us in determining whether the home is suitable for that pet. Before they may adopt a pet, all applicants must be approved.
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