So many pets need loving homes
If you are thinking about adding a pet to your family, please consider adopting a homeless animal.
Many loving pets are available for adoption from shelters, rescues, veterinary clinics or from owners who can no longer keep their companion animals. At Rockledge Veterinary Clinic, we sometimes have adult cats or kittens for adoption—and often know of wonderful dogs and cats in need of new homes. We work with several local animal rescues, and can refer you directly to them, helping to find that perfect “furever” home for an animal in need . Adopting one, or even two, of these homeless pets can bring you many years of joy and companionship.
AVAILABLE - Layla
It's been almost a year and Layla is still looking for a real home. She is a young girl, only 3-1/2, that likes to give kitty kisses and sit on your lap. If you have a quiet, laid back kitty companion for her she would be OK with that too. She doesn't mind dogs much as long as they don't get too pushy. She has a history of irritable bowel which is controlled with a limited ingredient diet and a small dose of steroids which we are weaning her from. Layla is getting a little chubby here as she usually just hangs upstairs with Dr. Rubin, but when it is safe, she runs and runs up and down the stairs!
Would you like to meet her? Give Kathy a call - 215-379-1677 to arrange an introduction.
ADOPTED - Joe
This is Joe - a stray kitty that came to us two weeks ago and in need of a forever home. Although he likes us and we him, the clinic is no place for a young man to grow up. He is lovable and playful and has a very good appetite! We guesstimate his age at about one year, he has been neutered, is Felv/FIV negative and will have all of his vaccines updated prior to adoption. We are not sure how he would be with other pets in the house, but is slowly adjusting to non-pushy dogs and the cats that go up to his cage. Of course we always recommend a slow introduction to any pets that are already in the home.
If you would like to meet this handsome boy just give us a call (215-379-1677) and we will set up a date! We have another picture of him here.
Find adoptable pets
If you are looking for a new companion like Joe, please see our adoption folder on Facebook. If you are not on Facebook you can contact one of the rescue groups below or contact us by phone at 215-379-1677 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We may know of available pets through private homes.
Almost Home (Dogs)
Blind Dog Rescue
Collie Rescue of Southeastern Pennsylvania
Saved Me Rescue
Northeast Animal Rescue (Cats)
City of Elderly Love
Petfinder (Cats, dogs, rabbits and other species)