Thinking about adding another member to your family? Dogs and cats are always welcome at McLife. In fact, all MCLife communities practice the We Love Pets Policy. This policy welcomes cats and dogs of all breeds and sizes. There are never any restrictions. We love pets. And so do these adoption facilities around Dallas, from Dog and Kitty City to the SPCA of Texas in Dallas, these are the adoption centers that we recommend.

Humane Society of Dallas County

2719 Manor Way

The Humane Society of Dallas County operates Dog and Kitty City, and it has been helping cats and dogs find owners for over 30 years. Dog and Kitty City follows a no-kill philosophy and believes that every pet needs love. Upon arrival each pet is spayed and neutered, and is given veterinary care if needed as well as vaccinations. The Humane Society of Dallas County and Dog and Kitty City has adoptable dogs and cats listed on their website, in addition to information about the adoption process. The adoption fees for dogs depends on breed and size, and all cats are $100.

Second Chance SPCA

1700 J Ave, Plano

Since 2006 Second Chance SPCA has been operating in Plano. The no-kill animal organization gives at-risk cats a dogs a home after the shelter, with food and veterinary care. Potential adopters can start the adoption process by visiting Second Chance SPCA in-person and by filling out adoption paperwork. Each potential adopter is vetted to make sure that they are a good fit for the pet. Adoption fees for dogs range from $200 to $250 and $100 to $125 for cats. If you have any adoption questions you should call: 972.424.0077.  You can also browse the available pets online.

Operation Kindness

3201 Earhart Dr, Carrollton

Carrollton’s Operation Kindness cares and advocates for homeless cats and dogs. The 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization is a no-kill facility and has connected, and continues to connect, thousands of pets to their forever owners during their time of operation. If interested in adopting a pet you will be asked to fill out adoption paperwork. After the paperwork has been completed and submitted, you will have an introduction to the pet you are interested in adopting. If all goes well at the introduction you are set to adopt. There is a list of pets online that are adoptable. Additionally, Operation Kindness regularly hosts adoption events within the community. Check the Operation Kindness events calendar for more information.  

SPCA of Texas

2400 Lone Star Dr

Cats and dogs can be adopted from Dallas’ SPCA of Texas. When you adopt, your adoption fee covers a physical exam, health evaluation, rabies vaccination, flea and tick treatment as well as other vaccinations in addition to a microchip starter bag of dog food and a leash to use. The pets that are available for adoption can be viewed online as well as in the facility. You can even use the “Pet Alert” feature on the SPCA of Texas website to get notifications when new pets are available. Just enter a few details like breed, age, sex, and size, and you will receive texts are emails directly.



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