The Humane Society Adoption Center and Cat
Care Center in Northport is open 10am-2pm on Saturday, and other times by appointment. The Adoption Center is at 2430 36th St., Northport. (Look for the red brick building behind Sherwin Williams, just west of Northwood Shopping Center and Publix. Please do not park directly in front of the Center, as it blocks access to other businesses.)
The Adoption Center
is a home for cats
there are no dogs at the Adoption and Cat Care Center. Dogs
are seen by appointment only. Many
of the cats the Humane Society has available for adoption are
rest are in foster care.
Dogs waiting for adoption are in foster care or at
our Dog Care Center, which IS NOT open to the public. If you
want to adopt an animal, you should start by checking our
animals. Adoptable animals may be seen on our Dog
List and Cat
List. Check our Events Calendar for
other opportunities to
meet the animals.
To start the adoption process, you will need to fill out an adoption
application and be accepted as an adopter. CLICK
HERE for links to the adoption applications. You can fill out an application even
before you decide which animal you want to adopt. Note that it
may take several days for us to process the application. The Humane Society ONLY adopts to those with an approved adoption application.
or email email@example.com for
an appointment to meet an adoptable pet or for more info about our organization and our
animals. Our Adoption Center is a home for our healthy, adoptable
animals. We DO NOT accept abandoned or rescued animals
at any of our sites; please DO NOT bring them.
Few of our cats are in cages;
they are able to exercise and socialize as they please. Look
for our volunteer application if
you'd like to join our team of adoption center volunteers!
Look for our foster application if you can offer a home to a
dog or cat waiting for adoption! If you are interested
in adopting from the Humane Society, please call 554-0011 or e-mail
to make an apointment to visit animals in foster care or at the
Please DO NOT bring stray, abandoned, rescued, or unwanted animals to our facilities. We do not have resources to accept such animals. All stray and unwanted animals should be taken to Tuscaloosa Metro Animal Shelter.