165 Hilton Rd., Fredericton, NB | Ph: 506-459-1555
165 Hilton Rd., Fredericton, NB | Ph: 506-459-1555

ADOPTION PROCESS/APPLICATION

Fredericton SPCA Cat Adoption Process

*** Please note that to adopt a cat from the FSPCA you must be 19 years of age or older.

  1. After meeting one of our available cats, ask a staff member for an Application
  2. Fill in the application and pass it over to one of our team members. NOTE: applications are reviewed by multiple staff members to get an unbiased opinion on the best match for the particular animal.
  3. Interviews are scheduled with the applicants most suited to the animal chosen. Interviews are generally scheduled in the following days after the visit, with the exception of holidays and staff training days.
  4. Once the adoption has been completed, remaining applicants will receive a courtesy phone call informing them of the outcome. Our goal is to ensure the best match between cat and adopter.

Fredericton SPCA Dog Adoption Process

*** Please note that to adopt a dog from the FSPCA you must be 19 years of age or older.

  1. After meeting one of our available dogs, ask a staff member for an Application
  2. Fill in the application and pass it over to one of our team members. NOTE: applications are reviewed by multiple staff members to get an unbiased opinion on the best match for the particular animal.
  3. Interviews are scheduled with the applicants most suited to the animal chosen. Interviews are generally scheduled in the following days after the visit, with the exception of holidays and staff training days.
  4. Once the adoption has been completed, remaining applicants will receive a courtesy phone call informing them of the outcome. Our goal is to ensure the best match between dog and adopter.

Adoption fees

  • Adult Cats – $95
  • Kittens (under 6 months) – $160
  • Rabbits – $85 spayed/neutered
  • Adult Dogs – $160
  • Puppies (under 6 months) – $210
  • Small Dogs  – $210

Every Adoption at the FSPCA includes:

  • physical examinations,
  • vaccines,
  • microchip,
  • de-wormer,
  • flea treatment,
  • spay/neuter,
  • Royal Canin Adoption Kit
  • we do not vaccinate against rabies as a rule.  Please consult with your Veterinarian about this.

The FSPCA does interviews with all potential adopters to ensure that animals are matched with adopter personalities and lifestyles.

  • In-home support when possible,
  • nutrition counseling and
  • numerous resources are also available such as behaviour modification techniques and answers to frequently asked questions.

For rabbits, the adoption fee includes the spay or neuter surgery.

If you are interested in adopting two cats or two kittens at the same time, we do have special rates available.

Please note that in some situations, animals are not ready to go home with their new adopter the day of adoption. If an animal has not been spayed or neutered at the time of adoption, they will remain at the FSPCA until the surgery has been completed (normally a few days) and then can go into their new home.

Do not hesitate to ask staff if you have any questions about adoption procedures.