Become a Guardian Angel!
We are highlighting all the special Dog & Kitty City cats and dogs who have a harder time finding a permanent home. Sponsor one or any of them through our Guardian Angel Program, a wonderful, personal way to make a difference in their lives!
Some cats and dogs are not as adoptable as others due to their age, disposition or disability.
Some have been at the shelter so long that it is their home. As they grow older, they are less adaptable to a new home, so it may be in their best interest for them to stay in the home that they know—the shelter.
Others are shy and retiring and don’t present themselves to potential adopters to the point that they do not get noticed.
Many animals with chronic medical problems or disabilities have a harder time finding homes due to their special needs. We consider them to be dearly loved sanctuary pets.
A sponsorship donation of $20 helps support basic expenses—food, shelter and medical care. You can donate more to cover other expenses, including veterinary care such as exams, bloodwork, vaccinations, and dentals.
If a sponsored animal leaves the shelter, Guardian Angels can select another animal who will benefit from their help. Every opening at the shelter helps another animal in need!
Adam and his brothers, Abbott and Anthony, were rescued by a volunteer who found them living on their own outside her place of work. They were brought to Dog & Kitty City on 10-13-13 with hopes of finding someone to take care of them. Adam has always been the more shy one out of his litter. With treats and love he will slowly come around.
Adam is not available for adoption but he is available for our Guardian Angel Program. Since he can be shy and has been living at our shelter si […]
Jedd and his siblings, Jefferson, Jackson, Jaclyn,and Jeremy, were found with their stray mom on 5-28-2009, trying to make a go of it. A kind human "adopted" mom and had her spayed -- and surrendered the little family to DKC.
Jedd is an incredibly handsome cat. He has lived at the shelter his entire life and feels comfortable here. He enjoys spending time sunning himself on the catio or napping in a quiet corner. Once he understands you are a friend, we climbs into your lap and expects […]
Hi, my name is Mia and I was surrendered 2-18-15 because of my owner's health. I am a curvy lady who does not like to have her lower half touched. I do love head rubs and sometimes shoulder rubs. I would love to just relax in a home and watch movies all day. Come and meet me so I can so you how cute I can be.
Morgan was found living under a dumpster in Irving on 8-22-2009. One of our volunteers started feeding her and it was very apparent she was a little "throwaway." She responded warmly to attention and wanted nothing more than a tickle and a good meal.
Morgan took some coaxing, as mom had taught her to avoid contact with strangers. Once Morgan realizes you are there for cuddling, you have a friend.
Morgan is not available for adoption but she is available for our Guardian Angel Prog […]
I’m Oreo! I am a older guy who looks like a cookie! I was abandoned, and I am now looking for a nice furever home. I am a cat with feline leukemia (FeLV) and will need to be either the only cat in the home or live with another leukemia cat because the virus can be transferred to other cats. I am easygoing and like attention.
If you would like to adopt me, please email email@example.com or come to the shelter.
Pistol was found living outside on 7-11-2014. He can be shy but if you spend time with him he will slowly come around.
Pistol is not available for adoption but he is available for our Guardian Angel Program.
If you will like to sponsor Pistol on our Guardian Angel Program and will like updates please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Once you become his sponsor, we will email you with an update and a picture once a month.
You are also welcome to come and visit him too. We are […]
Riggs is my name, and I am a white cats with grey patches. I am a quite guy who is shy and prefers cats to people. I will eat your treats, but cannot be touched or handled. I was transferred from Dallas Animal Services so I could make my way in the world. If you are interested in sponsoring me, please contact the shelter.
Hello, I'm Sven! I have lived at Dog & Kitty City since June 25, 2018, when I was surrendered to the shelter by my owner because I tested positive for feline leukemia, and she had other cats in the home. I have always been shy with people, but I get along just fine with the other cats in the leukemia room. To be perfectly honest, I really prefer to stay outside on the catio, away from people altogether. I hiss and bare my teeth, umm fangs, when they approach me to scare them away. When it […]