PIGS Animal Sanctuary
A place of refuge for abused, abandoned, neglected and unwanted animals.
PIGS has an adoption application (see below) and will require vet references. A home visit may be required depending on the type of animal to be adopted. An adoption fee is required and the amount varies depending on the species being placed. A contract will be signed by both parties. To view the animals available for adoption please see below.
If you would like to visit the sanctuary to meet some of our animals available for adoption. You can also call our office 304-876-6766to schedule an appointment. Please note that if you rent your home written approval from your landlord is required prior to visiting potential adoptable animals.
All visits to the sanctuary are by appointment only. If you are interested in fostering an animal please contact us.
The following information is requested so that your Adoption Counselor can assist you in the selection of a new pet. Our goal is to place animals in loving homes with compassionate people who will make lifelong commitments to them by accepting them as a member of their family. The consultation process is designed to help determine the best compatibility "match" between the pet and adopter(s) lifestyle. This also enables us to determine if the adoption is in the animal's best interest. The Administrative fee to adopt a dog is $125.00 and the fee to adopt a cat is $100.00.
Each animal taken into PIGS, A Sanctuary is given their initial vaccinations, spayed/neutered, de-wormed and given dentals when needed. In addition, all dogs have been tested for Lyme and Heartworm disease (and if found positive, are treated) and all cats have been tested for Feline Leukemia and FIV. The average cost to PIGS is $400 per animal in the first month of care.
We thank you in advance for your application and interest.
We also treat many injured animals who arrive at PIGS and perform the necessary surgeries and treatments to bring them to their optimal health.
All donations received in addition to the administrative fees are greatly appreciated and help to offset our costs to provide the best medical care we can to these wonderful and deserving animals.
IN ORDER TO BE CONSIDERED AS AN ADOPTOR TODAY, YOU MUST:
Be 20 years of age or older.
Have identification showing your present address.
Have the consent of your landlord if applicable.
Be able and willing to spend the time and money necessary to provide training, medical treatment and proper care for a pet.