About Our Limited Adoption Program
The FACE Low-Cost Animal Clinic is not a shelter. Most of the animals in our care are former community cats that could not return to their neighborhood due to illness or safety concerns. They live here temporarily until we can find them good homes. We have done what we can to make their lives here comfortable. We’ve incorporated a free-roaming cat room with vertical space and added an outdoor enclosure. But, they do not have the space that they need for their long-term well being.
These cats and dogs are in need of homes where they can live, socialize with humans and other cat/dog companions and let their individuality shine. They are here because there are simply too many dogs and cats and not enough homes, which is why spay/neuter of every pet is so important. See the dogs and cats we have for adoption on petfinder.com.
Adopting a Cat:
We have many cats and kittens looking for homes. Some are in our free-roaming cat/kitten room and some are in foster homes. If you would like to adopt a cat or kitten from us you must complete a Cat Adoption Application first.
This application does not bind you into adopting. It’s simply preliminary paperwork to ensure we make a good match. You may fill out the form online or print a copy and bring the application in.
Adopting a Dog:
If you are interested in adopting a dog from us you must complete a Dog Adoption Application first. This application does not bind you into adopting but is simply preliminary paperwork to ensure we make a good match. You may take your application to the clinic or you may email it to our adoption coordinator. Once your application is submitted it will be reviewed. Once approved, you will be contacted within 48 hours of submission to set up a “meet and greet” with the dog and complete the adoption. Then you take your new dog home!
Additional donations are sincerely appreciated.
If you don’t find the pet you’e looking for, please consider looking at Indianapolis Animal Care Services. They are the Indianapolis city shelter. Our city shelter is always near or at capacity and adoptions are lifesaving.