PLEASE READ EVERYTHING TO FULLY UNDERSTAND THE APPLICATION PROCESS
If you are interested, fill out an application COMPLETELY and send that to us. Then, assuming complete, we will contact you (via email or phone) to discuss the application and set up an adoption appointment to see the lovable adoptables. Please ensure you application is complete, as incomplete applications will not be forwarded to an adoption counselor and won't be considered for adoption. Being volunteer based, it may take up to a week for a volunteer adoption counselor to contact you.
In order to set up a visitation with one of the adoptables, a COMPLETE application must be submitted. All of our animals are in foster homes and we ask to have information on the potential adopters for the safety of our animals and their foster families. No visitations will occur without an application submission first.
Being volunteer and foster based, we ask that any applications submitted be located within 50 driving miles of 53170. We do welcome ALL applications in the event we do have a volunteer in the area or passing through the area. We cannot guarantee we have a foster or volunteer further than this radius, although we will do our best to locate one.
If you are looking for a specific breed or specie, add that to your application! We are a foster based rescue and need a home for the animals to enter. We update the website as much as possible, but we always have new additions! We also like to know what you are waiting for to add to your furever home.
PPAR takes the best educated guess of the BREED of dogs and cats. We give no guarantee of breed. At times, we don't know the history of the animals that enter PPAR and can only do our best.
We strive to place the perfect animal that fits your family needs and wants. PPAR adoption counselors review the application, visitation and needs to make this the most perfect match possible. If one doesn't fit, another will.
Thank you for patience and understanding. We look forward to finding your furever family member.
My name is Monica. I'm believed to be a dalmation and shepherd mix. I recently started developing spots... a dalmation trait. I was born at the end of December and I'm beyond ready to go to my new furever home. I am very playful. If you are thinking about taking me home, fill out an application quick! My foster mommy said I'm a catch! :) I'd be happiest going home with my foster brother Cameron.
Jean Claw Van Damme
My name is Jean Claw Van Damme, JC for short. I was born on 8/8/12 and I am a big boy. I am a going to be a long haired cat when I am all grown up. I like to just sit and relax... and eat. I love love love to eat eat eat.... Is it lunch time?
Xavier and Billy
Hello. We are Xavier (grey) and Billy (tabby) .Our birthdays are at the beginning of 2011. We are a playful pair. PPAR has labeled us a pair adoption. We came from our previous home together and won't be happy without eachother. We are both big boys and are neutered and 4 paw declawed. We love to be held and cuddle ... all day if you'd let us.
My name is Mr. Beans. PPAR rescued me and now is finding me a new home. I am about a year old. They say I am a dwarf bunny. I only have a long hair on my head and brown spots on my white body. I am a playful little boy and looking for my furever home. I am friendly and dont mind being held.
Hello! My name is Maya, I am just about to turn 2 years old. I do have all my claws but all i need is a scratching post to satisfy me. I was the first kitty to be rescued by PPAR and I'm still waiting for my furever home. I can get along with dogs, but I need some time to adjust. I don't like kittens too much, but as i mature i am learning to like friends.