Adoptions by Owner

This page allows members of the public to find new homes for their pets without bringing them into the Shelter. The City of Rohnert Park accepts no responsibility for the pets posted to this page. Potential adopters are responsible for communicating with the pet’s guardian to acquire veterinary records and other necessary information. Use the pet guardian’s contact information to make arrangements to meet with these animals. We do not get involved with these communications or adoptions other than facilitating this webpage.

If you need to find a home for a pet you can no longer care for, please visit the Pet Rehoming Assistance page.



Nutmeg is full of energy. She currently lives in a cage by herself, but would love a companion if offered. We are rehoming because she is my daughter’s pet and she is leaving the nest and cannot bring her with her. Cage, bedding and food available if wanted. Call if interested, 707-338-0209

Ginger is an old soul. She prefers to be alone, but also likes to be held. We are rehoming because she is my daughter’s pet and she is leaving the nest and cannot take her with her. Cage, food, bedding available if wanted.  Call me at 707-338-0209

We fostered Moose and have spent 3 months training him with help from Alpha Dog in Mill Valley. He is very social, and great with other dogs, kids, and adults.
Would be perfect for a young family or an active individual. Moose is high energy, tons of fun, and not looking for the quiet life 🙂 His husky qualities are present so an owner with previous dog experience would be great.
His shots are current, he’s neutered and house-trained.
We want to make sure his forever home is a perfect fit. As foster parents, we can be flexible and patient and will do all we can to support a transition. Contact me at 415-272-9792

We have to re-home our two dogs. Thor is 6 neutered, Black Lab, Boarder Collie, Pit mix and Jane 5 not spayed, Black Lab, Husky mix with blue eyes.

Both great with kids, great with other dogs and very playful, both very loyal and loving. They need a good family with a yard.

We are rehoming them because we are re-locating and cannot take them with us through the process.  Contact me for more info:  415-246-7841

Brie is very quiet and skiddish. She likes to hide and be away from people. I could see her with an elderly person. Shes very chill and loves to cuddle on your lap. Shes an indoor cat and does not like being outside. We have a 1 year old and Brie loves to follow him around. We need to rehome her because we are expecting baby #2 and we are moving to a home where we arent allowed to have animals.  Contact me at:  415-304-7059

Tito is very playful and has a lot of energy. Very affectionate and loves cuddling. He loves to be outdoors but is an indoor cat. He loves playing with cat toys. He does have allergies so his eyes get goopy but it goes away when allergy season goes away. We have a 1 year old and Tito loves him. We need to rehome Tito because we are expecting baby #2 and we are moving to a home that doesnt accept animal.  Call for more info:  415-304-7059

I have two beautiful orange female tabbies that I need to find a new home for. We did have a busy home, but sadly, my spouse passed away in May 2022 and my oldest child has left for college, so the two of us left are not around as much to give them as much love and attention that they deserve. We adopted them as kittens from the Humane Society together in the Fall of 2013 and were told that they were sisters, and even if they might not be, they slept together like Yin and Yang when they first came home. Shasta (short-haired), is the innocent, food motivated, playful one of the two and it seems that at times, thinks she’s a dog (see attached pics). We call McKinley (long-haired) our Diva because she has this long stride walk worthy of a Queen. They clean each other, play, fight, share space just like siblings. They were used to a busy home prior to our family tragedy, but now it is quiet. They are mostly indoor cats, but rush to get into our backyard any chance they can get and ALWAYS come back by scratching at our back doors. McKinley will do better with kids a little bit older so they understand not to surprise her from behind or grab her tail quickly without petting her. McKinley gives us kisses and Shasta gives everyone a hello by rubbing up on their legs when they arrive. We have had to split a small cup of food twice a day because Shasta will eat from each bowl. They have two side-by-side litter boxes which we transitioned to when they got large enough. The photos don’t do the green of McKinley’s eyes justice. We hope that you can provide another wonderful phase of life for these two.  Call to meet them!  415-497-0322

Patch is an absolute spunky sweetheart! We love her, but-after many many attempts at bonding her with our older bunny, we can see that they are sadly not a match as sisters. We feel that both bunnies would be happier living in separate homes. And, actually, we feel confident that Patch could bond with another bunny-as it was our older bunny who just didn’t want to share our family with another bunny. We want happiness and love for both of these sweet bunnies, and the veterinarian has agreed with us that we should find an alternate loving home for Patch. Hopefully yours! 🙂  Call me if interested:  925-577-3467