Due to the COVID-19 virus, the NAFC Animal Shelter is operating on limited staff currently. We are continuing to provide the best possible services we can to members of our community and provide the best care to the homeless animals in our shelter. We have changed procedures to provide services online and curbside. If you have a question or concern, please call us at 812-948-5355 or send an email to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will continue to keep our website and Facebook page current with information and updates. Please visit our Adoptable Pets to view all available animals up for adoption and if you are missing a pet, you can view all stray animals currently at the animal shelter under Lost and Found Pets in Custody.
Meet Opie (Female) and Stretch (Male, barely seen here) are the bonded pair that may be visited at the Feeders Supply on State Street. These two are about 7 1/2 years old. Adopted together as kittens, their loving owner passed away and they were left with no where to turn. They are sweet but they are very unsure of their new life. They are looking for a quiet home to call their own. As a bonded pair, their adoption fee will only be $20. They are fixed, micropchipped, Felv/FIV tested negative, and current on vaccinations. Please visit them at the Feeders Supply and fill out an adoption application at www.nafcanimalshelter.org if interested in the lovely duo!
Meet Piati! She’s a 6-year-old front declawed gal who was recently returned to The New Albany Floyd County Animal Shelter when her previous owner was moving and could not take Piati along with them. She’s a little unsure about being back in a shelter but she’s understanding that this is just a pit stop on her road to happiness. She is currently getting more comfortable at the Feeders Supply on State Street! She still likes to hide while things are busy or there is a delivery truck outside, though. Piati has previously lived with multiple other cats and done well, but slow introductions to any resident animals would be best as Piati can be very shy. She can be very shy and tends to hide when there is loud noises. When she trusts someone, she makes a friend for life and just goes crazy for cat nip and gentle chin scratches get her motor running. If you are interested in giving Piati her happily ever after please visit nafcanimalshelter.org to fill out an adoption application. She is spayed, microchipped, and up to date on vaccinations. Her adoption fee is $20 plus applicable licensing fees.