10 pets really need homes! (2024)

15 March 2024

Buddy

Male Dog for adoption

Breed: Blue nose pit bull

Victorville, CA 92395

He came into our trucking yard 1/1/24 and was starving. Very good boy, and wanting to please. Needs to be with ...

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100% of these funds will go to Buddy's adopting family.

18 June 2024

Baloo

Male Dog for adoption

Breed: paddledoale terriers

Victorville, CA 92392

4 yrs old I have to move in 3 day he has a sister same age i can’t have killed its ...

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100% of these funds will go to Baloo's adopting family.

18 June 2024

Quilla

Female Dog for adoption

Breed: paddledale terrier

Victorville, CA 92392

4 yrs old very loving has brother if could take too great with kids great watch dog have to move in 3 ...

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100% of these funds will go to Quilla's adopting family.

18 June 2024

kola {fixed}

Female Dog for adoption

Breed: mixed

Victorville, CA 92392

kola is a rescue dog around 11 yrs old she is the best dog ever well trained obedient great with kids ...

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100% of these funds will go to kola {fixed}'s adopting family.

14 June 2024

Willow and Felix

Male Cat for adoption

Breed: Unknown

Victorville, CA 92394

Willow and Felix we’re given to me by a friend when they were kittens. But they behave like they ...

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100% of these funds will go to Willow and Felix's adopting family.

23 May 2024

Damien

Male Dog for adoption

Breed: Dóberman

Victorville, CA 92394

Damien is a big lover don’t miss take his look or the name Doberman . Because he’s extremely friendly ...

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100% of these funds will go to Damien's adopting family.

07 May 2024

Koby

Male Cat for adoption

Breed: Unknown

Victorville, CA 92392

Koby is a fun loving cat that has a-lot of love to give to a new home he is a ...

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100% of these funds will go to Koby's adopting family.

07 May 2024

Oreo

Male Cat for adoption

Breed: Unknown

Victorville, CA 92392

Oreo looks like a Siamese mixed and he is a loving boy who loves to be pet and and cuddled ...

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100% of these funds will go to Oreo's adopting family.

07 May 2024

Speedy

Female Cat for adoption

Breed: Unknown

Victorville, CA 92392

She has been with our family now for a little over a year she is loving and has so much ...

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100% of these funds will go to Speedy's adopting family.

07 May 2024

Little Foot

Female Cat for adoption

Breed: Unknown

Victorville, CA 92392

This is a 1 year old who is loving and would be a good fit to a family who can provide ...

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100% of these funds will go to Little Foot's adopting family.

07 May 2024

Socks

Female Cat for adoption

Breed: Unknown

Victorville, CA 92392

This beautiful little girl is a fuzzy one who has a ball full of energy just watch out for your ...

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100% of these funds will go to Socks's adopting family.

05 May 2024

Zeplin

Male Cat for adoption

Breed: Male Short Hair Cat

Victorville, CA 92395

Hi,s name is Zeplin i found him at my place of work when he was only 6 to 8 weeks old ...

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100% of these funds will go to Zeplin's adopting family.

15 April 2024

Unknown

Male Dog for adoption

Breed: German Shephard

Victorville, CA 92394

He’s very sweet loves attention he is crate trained for naps

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100% of these funds will go to Unknown's adopting family.

11 April 2024

Stella

Female Cat for adoption

Breed: Unknown

Victorville, CA 92392

Stella is 3 years old, neutered and healthy. She is so beautiful and loving, inside only, litter box trained, loves to ...

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100% of these funds will go to Stella's adopting family.

01 April 2024

Storm

Male Dog for adoption

Breed: Pit bull

Victorville, CA 92395

This is Storm he is honestly a great dog. He is a dominate dog so he does well with others ...

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100% of these funds will go to Storm's adopting family.

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10 pets really need homes! (2024)

FAQs

Is 10 pets a lot? ›

Hoarding is defined by care and conditions. If you have multiple dogs and can not care for them properly or keep them in inhumane conditions, then you are hoarding. 10 dogs is not considered hoarding as long as they are provided for, in good condition and all have enough room to play and stay healthy.

Should every household have a pet? ›

While pets may bring a wide range of health benefits, an animal may not work for everyone. Recent studies suggest that early exposure to pets may help protect young children from developing allergies and asthma. But for people who are allergic to certain animals, having pets in the home can do more harm than good.

How many pets is considered animal hoarding? ›

An animal hoarder is someone who takes in more animals than they can care for. There is no specific number of animals, just that they are beyond their means to provide even basic care. Basic care also includes attention.

How many pets is too many in a house? ›

It's a question of quality of care

There is no magic number for knowing how many pets should be in your home. Of course, there are municipal laws that sometimes dictate the number of cats or dogs in the home, but in many cases it's up to the owner.

What is the cleanest pet to own? ›

What pet is the cleanest? Cats are famously fastidious in their cleanliness, but they will leave trails of litter, fluffs of hair, and the occasional hairball (or other things) for their human to clean up. The cleanest pets include amphibians, fish, reptiles, and rodents.

What is the most low-maintenance pet? ›

Hamsters and Guinea Pigs

Besides being some of the easiest pets to care for, these rodents are super affordable. If you want a more active pet, hamsters are your best option. If you prefer a cuddlier and more sociable pet, you'll want to get a guinea pig. Hamsters live for only two to three years and are nocturnal.

What pet can you leave alone the longest? ›

The Basset Hound, French Bulldog, Chihuahua, and Pugs are some of the breeds that are best at being left alone for long periods.

What is the best small pet for depression? ›

Rabbits: Social Butterflies

While dogs and cats get most of the attention and applause, a rabbit is also one of the best pets for depression. They're extremely social and easily adapt to human companionship. In comparison to most small pets, they also have one of the longest life expectancies.

What pets are good for mental health? ›

Pets, especially dogs and cats, can reduce stress, anxiety, and depression, ease loneliness, encourage exercise and playfulness, and even improve your cardiovascular health. Caring for an animal can help children grow up more secure and active. Pets also provide valuable companionship for older adults.

How many pets does the average person have? ›

Most Americans (62%) own a pet, including about a third (35%) who have more than one.

Is it too much to have 10 cats? ›

If you've been questioning your number of cats, rest assured that there's no single number considered too many. If you're looking for a specific number, though, Cassiday feels having three or four cats is the sweet spot and what most people can reasonably care for.

Can a person have 10 dogs? ›

Some states set a limit for all pets in the household, so other animals would be included in this number. California allows a household to own more that the limit of four dogs if they apply for a kennel permit.

Can cats live to 10? ›

The answer is clear when you realize that the average lifespan of an indoor cat ranges from 10 to 20 years, whereas cats who go outdoors typically live only 2 to 5 years. Cats who are allowed to roam outdoors face huge safety and health risks, and sadly, some pay for that freedom with their lives.

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