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Animal-Related Resources & Information  

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INDEX of topics on this page. (Scroll down to see each in detail).

Adoption Sites

KC Area Animal Shelters

Animal Rescue Sites

Animal Control Phone Numbers

Animal Abuse

Animal Safe Havens for Domestic Violence Situations

Dental Care Information

Low Cost Spay/Neuter Services


Outreach Groups

Substance Abuse and Pets


Mobile Vet Care

Notes on Boarding, Daycare, Sitters & Walkers

Pet Friendly Housing

Wild Animal Care

Other Local Organizations

Animal Groups & Resources Nationwide

Surrendering Your Pets: Tips, Advice 

Financial Aid Organizations

Dental information



Petfinder is a web site provided by the ASPCA. It is an excellent resource to help people find a pet. It contains a comprehensive listing of animals available for adoption from shelters and rescue groups, with photos and descriptions. Use the search engine to find a specific breed or type of pet. Many shelters, humane societies and rescue groups in the Kansas City area post their available pets on this web site- including the KCMO shelter.

Petango - searchable database for finding pets who need homes

Pet Harbor - searchable database for finding pets who need homes






Cat Association of Topeka (CAT)
Topeka KS


Dogs by Debin Adoption Center
NW 87th Terr. KCMO

[email protected]
Open Wed p and Fri-Mon p

Excelsior Springs
Lake Maurer Rd
Excelsior Springs MO

Friends of Parkville Animal Shelter
P.O. Box
Parkville MO

Located at Riverfront Dr.

Gladstone Animal Control
NE 76th Street
Gladstone MO


Heart of America Humane Society
P.O. Box
Overland Park KS


HELP Humane Society
(primarily cats, a few dogs)
Main St.
Belton MO

Helping Hands Humane Society
NW Rochester Rd
Topeka, KS


Humane Society of Greater KC                    
Parallel  KC KS


Humane Society of Miami County
P.O. Box
Paola KS

KC Campus for Animal Care (managed by KC Pet Project)
(With locations at Swope Park, Zona Rosa and OPKS)
Kansas City, MO

 KC Anima

l Shel

Independence, MO Shelter 
E. 78 Highway
Independence MO

Kansas City KS Animal Control
Park Drive

on weekends
Adoption info: www.petfinder.com/shelters/

Lawrence Humane Society
E. 19th
Lawrence KS


Leavenworth Animal Control
S. 2nd St.
Leavenworth KS


Lee's Summit Municipal Animal Shelter
SE Hamblen Road
Lee's Summit MO


Liberty Animal Control
E. Old Hwy
Liberty MO


North Kansas City
N. Kansas City MO


Olathe Animal Control
E. Sunvale
Olathe KS


Prairie Paws Animal Shelter
Hwy K68
Ottawa KS


Unleashed Pet Rescue & Adoptions
(Contracts with Westood, Mission, Mission Woods, Mission Hills, Roeland Park, Fairway and Prairie Village, KANSAS)
Broadmoor St, Mission, KS


Wayside Waifs
E. th Street
(Martha Truman Rd)






Our friends at the Humane Society of Greater KC have a great list of rescue groups- Please click see that list!





*Please remember: If AC is closed or cannot be reached, one can usually call the City's NON-EMERGENCY POLICE LINE, as they can usually page an on-call AC officer.


Blue Springs

Bonner Springs

Excelsior Springs






Kansas City KS
on weekends

Kansas City MO or

Jackson County




Lee's Summit






North Kansas City

Oak Grove



Overland Park


Platte City

Platte Woods

Pleasant Valley

Prairie Village x



Roeland Park



Sugar Creek





Call local Animal Control to report abuse occurring within city limits (see numbers above).

State Health Departments:
MO Animal Health Department

KS Animal Health Department

FIGHTING ANIMALS, "BLOODSPORTS," IS ILLEGAL.  Friends of KC Animals strongly opposes all bloodsports. Local law enforcement should be called on those participating in dog fighting, cock fighting and other. One should also (anonymously if preferred) call the Humane Society of the United States' Dog Fighting Hotline:




ROSE BROOKS CENTER's "PAWS PLACE," a healing place for pets whose owners are staying at Rose Brooks. 






* One of the clinics we use the most for affordable dental care is DEARBORN





Spay or neuter surgery carries a one-time cost that is relatively small when one considers its benefits. It's a small price to pay for the health of your pet and the prevention of more animals.

Great Plains SPCA
Antioch Drive
Merriam, KS

The Humane Society of Greater KC
Parallel Parkway
Kansas City, KS

Pit Bull Rescue Central 
(Not a clinic, but one can apply for financial assistance to spay/neuter his/her "pit bull"

Spay and Neuter Kansas City
E. 59th Street (NE corner of 59th & Troost)
Kansas City, MO

STOPP Animal Clinic
East 63rd Street
Raytown, MO

IF YOU ARE A (C) (3) ORGANIZATION you may apply for a grant, to be used for neuter/spay services only, through the Truman Heartland Community Foundation. Please contact Liz McClure at () or through the website: THCF.org   





A Trained Dog is a Happy Dog

We highly recommend that you take your dog to obedience classes. Classes should be reward-based and fun for you and your dog. FoKCA believes in POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT training which uses rewards instead of shock collars.

Training iis an opportunity for you and your dog to bond. Not only will you and your dog learn a lot but it's also a great way to socialize your dog with people and other dogs. Puppies can start as early as four months of age.





Outreach Groups concentrate on providing relieft to pets who otherwise wouldn't get it - They focus on educating pet owners and giving adequate care to animals whose owners may be failing to do so. These organizations' volunteers will, for example, provide new dog houses, straw, new food bowls, cable (instead of chain) tie-outs, flea/tick prevention and so much more. These people are "in the trenches" in some of the area's most poverty-stricken areas and, I assure you, they are always in need of hands-on volunteers!

Chain of Hope

The Rescue Project

Spay/Neuter KC

Unleashed Pet Rescue & Pet Adoptions





The effects of tobacco, vaporizers and electronic cigarettes on pets: 

How pets can help prevent substance abuse in kids:






K9 CARTS  Original, patented, adjustable dog wheelchairs for disabled pets.  www.K9carts.com

Ruff Rollin' Wheelchair for Dogs





Bill Knapper, DVM    

E. Linwood Blvd., Kansas City, MO


Animal Tracks (Dr. Hatfield)

Lap of Love 

Veterinary Hospice and In-Home Euthanasia 






PLEASE DO YOUR RESEARCH! All boarding and pet services are NOT created equal! Some are good and some are not. It's good to ask friends and neighbors (via NextDoor.com if online) which services they use and prefer. Tour the boarding facility before bring a pet there and to interview various pet caretakers prior to needing them that moment. Look up the business' reviews to see if there are any red flags. You wouldn't leave a child with just anyone so don't do it with your pet!










Kansas: Operation Wild Life (O.W.L.)  
Guthrie Rd, Linwood, KS

Missouri: Lakeside Nature Center , E. Gregory Blvd, KCMO. In Swope Park.

Missouri: MO Dept. of Conservation

Johanna's Wildlife Control Will humanely get wildlife out of homes. Also will rehabilitate animals if necessary before releasing to a natural environment.

KC Bee Removal & Rescue  Jeff[email protected]  Honey bees, carpenter bees, yellow jackets, wasps etc.





Alley Cat Allies Info on feral cats

American Humane Association

American Veterinary Medical Association

American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA)

Animal Legal Defense Fund

Best Friends Animal Sanctuary

Dogs Deserve Better No dog should live on a chain. Learn what you can do to help a chained dog.

Doris Day Animal League

The Humane Society of the United States

The Jane Goodall Institute

Pit Bull Rescue Central Educational and rescue info on Pit Bull type breeds

Planet Urine For pet stains and odors.


World Wildlife Fund




Do you feel you need to surrender your pet? This decision should not be taken lightly. While volunteers and staff at shelters do what they can to find animals housed there new homes, not all are adopted or rescued. Since the shelter only accommodates so many animals, know that surrendering your pet could yield a very grave outcome for the animal. Before surrendering your dog or cat to the shelter, please consider the following.

WHY do you want to surrender your animal? Is it a behavioral problem? Is your animal being destructive? Many behavioral issues are not as major as they seem and can be eliminated with a little work and proper training.

If your animal is acting aggressively it could be because your pet is not spayed or neutered. There are many health and behavioral benefits to altering your pets (outlined under the SPAY/NEUTER tab of this web site) and showing less aggression is one of them! If you feel that spaying/neutering is too expensive, think again! Kansas City has some wonderful low cost spay/neuter options available, such as the vet clinic at KCMO Animal Shelter, Spay & Neuter KC, and the Greater Kansas City Humane Society.

Even if your animal HAS been “fixed,” your pet may still exhibit behavioral issues. Please realize that animals (especially dogs) look to their owners for direction. Just like children, they need training to learn right from wrong. Before making a decisiont, PLEASE consider training for your pet! This can be done with the help of a professional trainer, or on your own. There are many helpful books that outline basic training methods, and there is A LOT of information on the web. If you decide to enlist the help of a professional, it may be done one-on-one or in a group setting with other dogs and their owners. By talking with other dog owners, you will learn that many of the “issues” you are having are quite common and can easily be corrected if you are consistent and committed to methods of positive reinforcement and conditioning.

You might also try taking your pet to the vet! Sometimes behavioral issues are due to your pet not feeling well. Just like humans who get grumpy when they don’t feel well, illness could be the reason your pet is acting out or having accidents.

It is never fun after a long day of work to see your living room in a completely different state than how you left it. If your dog is more “active” than you would like when you are away, keep in mind that a bored dog is often a destructive dog. Here are a few tips:

Make sure your pet is getting enough exercise! We suggest walking, joggine and/or playing with your dog every morning, midday (if possible) and evening. 

Ensure your pet is mentally stimulated. It’s good to practice commands with your pet each day.  Just as a class in school takes mental energy from a child, so does the schooling you conduct for your pet. Practice SIT, STAY, COME, FETCH, LEAVE IT, DOWN, UP etc. with your dog for 10 minutes or so. This, alone, will wear them out to a certain degree.

Use common sense when it comes to your animal’s toys. If you allow your dog to play with rope toys with fringe on the end, be prepared to have a ripped up rug- since they look a lot alike to a dog. If you allow your animal raw hides, those are pretty similar to furniture made of leather. Stuffed animals and pillows are two in the same to a dog too! RUBBER TOYS are good bets since they resemble fewer items in the household.

If you are away from home for more than five hours during the day, a reputable dog walker or doggy daycare may be the answer. There are many doggy daycare establishments in the Metro, some which are set up for group play, (think day camp for dogs), and others who use group play, or one on one methods for pups who aren’t quite so fond of other canine friends.  These are fairly inexpensive- typically around $15 to $20 per day. **Doggie Day Care is NOT for every dog! Some dogs love the environment, but some may develop issues from doggie day care. Be sure to speak with the facility beforehand and be able to discuss any problems that your dog already displays.

If you feel you need to surrender your pet for a reason other than the animal’s behavior, such as financial hardships, moving, or a new baby, consider the following.

The sheltering system has seen an increase in owner-relinquished pets in this poor economy. If lack of money is your challenge, note that Northland Pet Pantry helps supply dog and cat food to those who are having financial problems. Great Plains SPCA, Spay & Neuter KC, Jade's Mission and Chain of Hope all have outreach programs for owners needing help with food and pet supplies. Great Plains SPCA, SNKC, The Greater Kansas City Humane Society, and the vet clinic at the KCMO Animal Shelter (KC PET PROJECT) also offer low cost vaccinations and vetting services. Please take advantage of this help if you need it. We know several homeless pet owners and, for them, where there’s a will, there’s a way to feed their pets!

Need to move? Your pet wants to come with you! There are many pet friendly rental communities, for all types of animals. It may take a little research and having pets can limit your choices, but it is worth it to keep your animal in your home where they belong. If you have an American Pit Bull Terrier or another “bully breed” dog, research Breed Specific Legislation laws. Many cities and counties in the United States have BSL. This is “dangerous dog ordinance” concentrates solely on what your dog looks like, not its behavior. If you love your pitty, do not move to a city with BSL!!! For more information on BSL, see http://mprgroup.net/misc/bsl.html

Are you getting rid of your pet because you are expecting? You can have a baby and keep your pet! You just need to educate yourself on how to handle the transition so it goes smoothly for all. There are great resources for expecting parents who are pet owners.  Check out www.dogsandstorks.com for info on preparing your home for babies and pets to exist happily together. Dogs & Storks also has representatives in Kansas and Missouri who can give you more personal, one-on-one, attention if needed.

If these scenarios do not apply to you, or you have tried everything in your power and still feel that you have no choice but to surrender your animal, please avoid taking the animal to a municipal shelter, which is often otherwise known as a “high-intake, high-kill” facility. Instead try to find your pet a new home on your own! After all, who knows your pet better than you do? Contact local no kill shelters and see if they will allow you the courtesy to post your animal on their petfinder listings. If someone expresses interest in your pet, make sure to screen him/her properly, so you know the person would be a loving, compassionate and responsible owner. Always charge a small re-homing fee for your pet also. Giving away animals for free is not a good idea, because many “free pets” are picked up by people who sell them to research labs, or use them in dog fighting rings. 

Contact no kill shelters. You may need to be put on a waiting list and your pet may have to pass a temperament evaluation to be admitted.  Give the shelter as much info as possible about your animal including vet records, likes and dislikes, food choices, any training, housebroken or not, favorite dogs, dog/cat/kid friendly, etc. The more information you can provide, the easier it is to find your animal an appropriate adopter.

If your animal is a pure-bred, contact local breed specific rescue groups (listed on this web site), to see if they have room in their program(s). If you have a mixed-breed, contact non-specific breed rescues for help.

We appreciate you doing everything you can to uphold the commitment you made to care for and love your pet as one of the family. We hope that you are able to keep your friend for both your sake and his/hers, but if not, please explore only the healthiest options so that your dog or cat can enjoy the longest and happiest life possible!








www.projectpuppy.org (The Killuminati Foundation) For cases in Springfield, Missouri or towns near Springfield.

To apply for financial aid through Friends of KC Animals, please answer all questions below in an email to [email protected]rg





Application for Financial Assistance from Friends of KC Animals

Complete and email to [email protected] 


Pet owner’s name:                              






Email address: 


Are you on social security, disability, unemployed? (Which one(s))


Pet’s name: 


Pet’s breed: 


Pet’s age: 


How did you acquire this pet?(Adopted, took from friend, bought from breeder etc.)  


Is pet spayed/neutered?    Yes     or   No    


If no, why not?


Pet’s medical problem AND what surgery/treatment is needed:


What’s the cost of treatment for the animal? 


At which clinic will the procedure/treatment be done? 


How much financial aid do you need / (How much money are you short?) 


Can you donate back to Friends of KC Animals if we grant you funds?



If so, please note donations can be made via site (www.FriendsofKCAnimals.org/donate/) or mail  (Friends of KC Animals Central St. Box KCMO )



When would we expect payment(s) from you? 




Sours: http://www.friendsofkcanimals.org/links/

KC Pet Project sees uptick in surrendered animals due to evictions

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — With federal unemployment benefits over and eviction moratoriums, lifted some people are facing eviction and foreclosure notices. And in some cases, those with pets are left with no option but to surrender them at animal shelters.

Virgil is the latest guest staying at Matt Kizaric's home.

"I've enjoyed it so much more than I thought I would," Kizaric said.

Kizaric began fostering cats with special needs from the KC Pet Project (KCPP) right before the onset of the pandemic.

"I'd probably go a little bit crazy if I didn't have, you know, another, another living thing in here to kind of like keep me some company," Kizaric said.

There's no doubt these domestic creatures can soothe the soul in these times we're living in.

"Because that pet provides so much love and joy to that family and to have them, to have to part with that animal during such a stressful time would be just devastating," Tori Fugate, KC Pet Project chief communications officer, said.

But as evictions are on the rise so the animals arriving at shelters. So far this year, more than 1, pets have been brought into the KC Pet Project – of them surrendered because of housing reasons.

"If people were to give up breed restrictions and weight restrictions and a lot of housing, that would open up so much more housing opportunities for people in Kansas City," Fugate said, "and also the pet deposits, some of them are outrageous, asking, you know, for $ per animal."

KCPP staff are preparing for an influx they haven't seen before.

"We're looking into ways that we can help people and their pet stay together," Fugate said, "and we're actively exploring opportunities for short-term fostering."

And it doesn't take much know-how to welcome a dog or cat into a new home.

"I had no experience with cats doing it, but they're so good down at the shelter that they've really – they really taught me how to do all that kind of stuff," Kizaric said.

For more information on how to foster an animal from the KC Pet Project, visit the group's website.

Sours: https://www.kshb.com/news/local-news/kc-pet-project-sees-uptick-in-surrendered-animals-due-to-evictions
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Local Animal Shelters &#; Rescue Centers in Kansas City

Find local animal shelters in Kansas City to adopt a pet. Give an animal a loving, forever home!

Adopt animals outside of dogs & cats &#; ferrets, birds, snakes, hedgehogs & other small animals. Also explore other pet adoption services & animal rescue networks. Many do not have public animal shelters, but host pet adoption events & feature pets to adopt online. 

Adopt in Kansas | Adopt in Missouri | Adoption Networks

KC Animal Shelters and Rescue Centers for Pet Adoption

Pet Adoption in Kansas

Live on the Kansas side? Check out these animal shelters near you! If you can&#;t find the right fit, check out Missouri animal shelters or rescue networks below.

Always and Furever Midwest Animal Sanctuary

W rd St, Spring Hill, KS

This dog rescue is home to adorable dogs to adopt. You can check out the dogs online before you visit the shelter too!

Beak N Wings Parrot Rescue & Adoption

Rosehill Rd. Lenexa, KS

If you&#;re looking for bird adoptions in Kansas City, Beak n&#; Wings is a great organization. The majority of adoptable birds live in foster homes so they can be socialized. There are a few living in the facility, but you can also visit birds in their foster homes.

You must fill out an application & make an appointment. 

Great Plains SPCA Pet Adoption Center

Antioch Drive Merriam, KS

Antioch Drive Merriam, KS (Lost Pet & Admissions)

Explore comprehensive pet resources at one of the largest no-kill shelters in the metro. You can adopt a new pet at the Great Plains SPCA pet adoption center in Merriam, or look for your lost dog next door at Lost Pets & Admissions location. 

Great Plains SPCA is committed to protecting animals in KC while improving their quality of life. So, supporting their cause helps the organization to save more animals in Kansas City. 

Humane Society of Greater Kansas City

Parallel Pkwy, Kansas City, KS

This was the first no-kill animal shelter in Kansas City. For over years, they have rescued many different animals &#; dogs, cats, reptiles, horses, birds, rabbits & other small animals. You can explore all animals for adoption online &#; there are tons!

Kitty City Kansas

Santa Fe Trail Dr, Lenexa, KS

This animal shelter specializes in kittens. They make the adoption process super easy &#; you can explore the cats available online, as well as fill out the forms before your visit!

KC Pet Project &#; Petco Adoption Center

W 95th St, Overland Park, KS  

KC Pet Project hosts animal adoption events at this Petco location. This is not their animal shelter location. 

Prairie Paws Animal Shelter

HWY K68 Ottawa KS

You can adopt dogs, cats & other small animals. You must schedule an intake appointment &#; closed Tuesdays, Fridays & Sundays. 

Purrfect Pets

W 95th St, Overland Park, KS

This is a non-profit cat rescue & adoption agency that wants to match you with a loving cat. They are now open in the Oak Park Mall!

Riverview Rescue

S Esplanade St, Leavenworth, KS

This rescue center takes in pets from families who want to surrender them, high kill shelters & puppy mill auctions. If you are considering pet adoption, support a cause like Riverview Rescue. 

Unleashed Pet Rescue

Broadmoor St, Mission, KS

Unleashed pet rescue works with kill animal shelters in Kansas City to bring the unwanted pets to a safe home. They have dogs & cats of all ages &#; puppies & kittens to senior animals. If you are considering adopting a pet in KC, be sure to check out this amazing rescue center. 

Pet Adoption in Missouri

Find animal shelters & other pet rescues on the Missouri side. Don&#;t forget to check adoption networks below too&#;

Another Chance Cat Rescue

Wornall Rd, Kansas City, MO

This animal rescue center specializes in cat adoptions. You can visit their location on Saturdays to adopt from 12 to 3 pm, or make an appointment. 

Burge Bird Rescue

S 71 Hwy, Grandview MO

This bird rescue center in Grandview has a physical rescue center, but you can only visit by appointment only. You can explore the birds to adopt online

Friends of Parkville Animal Shelter

NW, MO-9, Parkville, MO

The animal shelter has dogs & cats for adoption. Saturdays from 11 am to 3 pm you can adopt a cat, or dog adoptions are from 9 am to 1 pm. You also have the option to schedule an appointment at another time. 

KC Pet Project

Raytown Rd, Kansas City, MO (Main adoption center)

N. Stoddard Ave. Kansas City, MO (Zona Rosa pet adoptions)

This is a popular KC animal shelter. They mainly care for dogs, cats & rabbits, but there are other animals you can adopt. Also find many other programs & volunteer opportunities available. 

Midwest Animal Resq (MARQ)

E 63rd St, Raytown, MO

You can adopt animals from this rescue, or volunteer to foster until they find a forever-home. 

Pampered Poms Rescue

Wornall Rd, Kansas City, MO

This rescue does not have a physical shelter, but offer a grooming location where animals can be picked up.

Wayside Waifs

Martha Truman Rd, Kansas City, MO

Wayside Waifs is an animal shelter dear to our hearts. They have a wide variety of animals to adopt & are open most days for you to come visit the animals. 

Wings Of Love

7 &, MO, Pleasant Hill, MO

If you&#;re looking to adopt a bird, this is a great bird adoption center in town. 

Pet Adoption Networks

Not every local pet adoption option has a physical animal shelter. Many are a network of pet foster parents & volunteers who care for animals while they are looking for forever homes.

So, if you live in a rural area, or are looking for a specific type of animal, check out these animal rescues. Most feature adoptable pets online, so it&#;s easy to adopt a pet! 

Barkin&#; Dogs Rescue

Pet foster parents all over. Not a rescue shelter, but volunteers foster pets looking for forever homes. 

Basset and Beagle Rescue of the Heartland

Animal rescue group devoted to Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri & Iowa. You can find all pet adoptions online, so it&#;s super easy!

Big Dogs Huge Paws Rescue

Colorado animal rescue organization with pet events in Kansas. You can find pet adoption info online for specific animals. 

Creatures by Theresa, CBT Zoo & Rescue

St. Joseph, MO area. Small animal shelter &#; NO cats or dogs.

Adopt other small animals like rabbits, mice, hedgehogs, parrotes & any other small animals found. 

Furry Kids Refuge

Network of foster homes that do not have public shelter. Meet animals at Lee&#;s Summit Petco every Saturday. 

GG&#;s KC Reptile Rescue

No physical location, but check online for current kc reptile rescues & adoptions. You can find the adorable reptiles for adoption

KCHS Reptile & Rescue Adoption

The KCHS Reptile & Rescue Adoption is a network of reptile rescues in Kansas City area. You can find reptiles available for adoption on their Facebook page.

KC English Bulldog Rescue

Animal rescue association for kc bulldog resuces from shelters, foster parents & homes. No physical location. 

KC Ferret Hotline Association

Network of foster parents for ferrets.  

Kitty Cat Connection

Cat rescue organization with foster parents caring for cats. You can visit cats at local adoption events. 

LL Dog Rescue

Visit dogs at Overland Park Petco pet adoption events.

MidAmerica Boston Terrier Rescue

Midwest adoption network serving NE, CO, IA, KS, MO ND, SD & surrounding areas. 

MidAmerica Rottweiler Rescue

Rescue network of volunteers and foster parents. Find rottweiler adoptions online. 

Midwest Pug Rescue

Midwest rescue network. Can find up-to-date adoption info on Facebook page. 

Missouri House Rabbit Society

A network of rabbit foster parents & volunteers. 

Missouri Pitbull Rescue

Currently a network of kc pitbull rescues without a physical location, but their pitbull shelter is under construction currently. 

Mogs Dogs MO German Shepherd Rescue

Network of volunteers working to find homes for German Shepards.

MO Puppy Mill Rescue

KC adoption network that cares for puppy mill rescues until they find forever homes. 

New Beginnings Dog Rescue

No shelter facility. All animals are housed at volunteers&#; homes. 

Pawsitive Tails

Network of foster parents serving Kansas City & Topeka.

Second Chance Pet Adoption

Check out pet adoptions online or at KCMO Petsmart

The All Pet Brigade

Rescue network without a public shelter. 

The Animal Rescue Alliance

No shelter open to the public. Explore animals online, then schedule a meeting!

The Rescue Project

National pet adoption organization. Find many pets for adoption across the country. 

Once you adopt a pet & bring them home, be sure to explore town together at these dog-friendly stores in Kansas City!

No matter which shelter you choose to adopt from, we know you&#;ll enjoy bringing a new furry family member home.

Kansas City Pets Scoop
Sours: https://www.ipetskc.com/animal-shelters-rescue-centers/
KC Pet Project overrun with animals

Due to the large number of homeless pets in Wyandotte County who need our help, we take in pets from Wyandotte County or KCK Animal Services only and we cannot accept pets outside of the county at this time.

If you live in Wyandotte County or have found a stray cat in Wyandotte County, please complete and submit the cat surrender form in order for us to best assist you.


For additional questions concerning a cat for surrender, contact us by contact us by email or call

Due to spatial constraints, we are currently unable to accept any new canine intakes at this time.

If you have found a dog, please first check for a collar or identification tag.

You can also post a photo of the missing pet on NextDoor, your neighborhood social media group, and your social media accounts. Most stray pets tend to stick close to home!

For dogs found in Wyandotte County:

If the dog appears injured, please call Kansas City Kansas Animal Services

For dogs found in Jackson County:

Please reach out to KC Pet Project&#;s Animal Services Division. KCPP is under contract for all animal control services for the City of Kansas City, MO.

Check out our Resources tab for more helpful contacts and information.

For additional questions concerning a dog for surrender, contact us by email or call

Parallel Parkway Kansas City, KS

[email protected]


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Saturday: 11am to 4pm
Sunday &#; Monday: Closed


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Tuesday thru Friday
: 9am to 5pm
Saturday: 9am to 4pm
Sunday & Monday: Closed


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No appointments; first come, first served
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Sours: https://hsgkc.org/services/pet-surrender/

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