HOME TO HOME
When rehoming your pet, it is important to be thorough and patient; finding the right home takes time. Investing time into the rehoming process increases your chance of successfully placing your pet in a loving home that is not only a great fit, but also a safe place for your pet. Use the guidelines included in this packet to help support you in rehoming your pet. If you ever have any questions, we are here to help and only a phone call or email away!!
We understand there may be issues that arise in your home that force you to question whether you are able to keep your pet. Making this decision is difficult and we are here to offer guidance and support. Our goal is to help you as you navigate this decision and give you the resources you need to ensure your pet is rehomed to a wonderful family.
All information contained in the pets’ descriptions on this rehoming page has been provided by their current owners. The SPCA of Northeastern North Carolina does not verify the accuracy of the information provided. It is the responsibility of the individuals who express interest in a particular pet listed on this page to obtain and verify information about the pet’s history.
Looking to adopt a pet being rehomed?
The pets listed below are being rehomed directly by members of our community and are not at the SPCA of Northeastern North Carolina.
If you would like to meet a pet listed on our rehoming page, please make arrangements directly with the guardian listed on the pet’s profile. Potential adopters are responsible for communicating with the pet’s guardian to acquire veterinary records, document transfer of ownership, and other necessary information.
Want to rehome your pet?
To add your pet to our rehoming service, please contact our Rehoming Coordinator: email@example.com