You have to come down to Newberg Animal Shelter to adopt any dog or cat. We have to make sure that all of our animals make it into the right home, you understand. This site is only informational and you’ll still need to make the trip to our shelter if you would like to adopt one our animals. We thank you for understanding and so do our animals.
- Breed/Mix: Domestic Short Hair
- Age: 2 years 2 months
- Sex: Female
- Good with Dogs: Unknown
- Good with Cats: Yes
- Good with Kids: Yes
- House Trained: Yes
- Important Info: Barn cat
- Adoption Fee: $25
Hi, My name is Opal and if you are interested in a really good Barn Cat, then I’m your girl. I am not domesticated, but I will be a good mouser and I promise no kittens, since I am vaccinated and spayed.
If you are interested in meeting me, please email Newberg Animal Shelter at email@example.com with a completed Adoption Application. We will contact the home that would be the best fit for this pet specifically.
We focus on finding the best match for adoptable animals and are not first-come first-served.
We are open for adoptions by appointment only. This will allow staff to sanitize between each customer.
Please submit an application via email or fax including the names of all of the dogs or cats you are interested in meeting.
Keep an eye on the website. If the dog or cat you have applied for are no longer available, they have been adopted by another applicant. If you see another pet you are interested in meeting, please submit a new application.
Thank you for your patience.
We are located at:
1591 S Sandoz Rd
Newberg, OR 97132
Some maps will route you to 1591 S Avalon Park, it is the same location.
If you have another dog in the home, we require you, your family members, and your existing dog(s) to come and meet the dog at the shelter.
The adoption fee includes spay/neuter, ID microchip, and current vaccinations. They have been wormed, de-flead, socialized and given lots of love.
Our contact information: (503) 554-9285
Please feel free to call or email with your questions about any of the adoptable animals or our adoption process.