Adopt Or Find A Pet
Use the 2 scroll boxes below to find adoptable BCHS pets:
Our Cats and Dogs would love to meet you! Here's how:
During the week, you can meet our CATS at the BCHS office at 1403 S. Fourth Street in Greenville on Monday, Thursday or Friday afternoons, or by appointment.
Please call to make an appointment to meet our DOGS, as some are housed off site and some are living in foster homes. These adoptions are most often conducted at our office.
You can also meet our animals during our Saturday trips to Petco.
BCHS transports a representation of our dogs and cats into the more metropolitan shopping area each Saturday to give more pet-loving people a chance to see the wonderful adoptable animals in our care.
These Saturday Adoptions are conducted at:
PETCO - Fairview Heights, IL on Route 159
1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th Saturdays of every month
Want to adopt a pet?
It is our goal at Bond County Humane Society to match you with the best kind of pet for your family and home.
We require all prospective families to fill out an adoption application form.
After we receive your completed application, a BCHS representative will call you for an interview. We carefully screen all applicants to ensure that our dogs and cats are placed in loving homes.
(if you cannot view .DOC documents, try this .PDF you can print and fill out instead!)
To apply please fill out the online application and email it to email@example.com.
You may also out print the adoption application form and snail mail it, or submit it in person to:
Bond County Humane Society
1403 South Fourth Street
Greenville, IL 62246
Give yourself or someone you care about the gift of a companion animal.
But remember to be careful while you are excited and thoughtful.
Can you afford a pet?
Are you allowed a pet? Are you picking the right breed or temperment of pet? Will you give your new pet a forever home FOR EVER?
Before you adopt, learn all you can about cat/dog care and training.
Be realistic and be ready - and your animal companion will be ready for you, too. Click here for an adoption application form.
After we receive your completed application, a BCHS representative will call you for an interview.
Sponsor a "Difficult to Place for Adoption" cat or dog!
Sometimes a kitten or puppy comes into the care of Bond County Humane Society and it is initially too sick or too scared to become available for adoption right away.
This kitten or puppy grows up in our cat shelter or our dog kennel over several months. It is now healthy and wishing someone would notice him/her and want him/her for their very own.
BUT now it is an adult - not as cute and not as playful and not as indiscriminately affectionate as a younger animal. Many people pass him/her by each week. No one wants to adopt him/her when there is a baby animal
to add to a family instead. This is not the cat or dog's fault. But it is sad and it is expensive for us. It means that Bond County Humane Society is still paying money to feed him/her, paying money to
give him/her a bed to sleep on and vaccination shots and parasite prevention medication and toys to keep him/her mentally healthy and alert. Now you can help! You can choose a dog or cat to sponsor regularly each month and help support a pet in need until the perfect
family finally comes along to adopt it. Visit our list at Petfinder to meet the animals who need your help right now.
Then call 618-664-4068 to find out more information about sponsoring a "difficult to place for adoption" pet still living in shelter care.
Sponsor-A-Pet via PetFinder
For another way to help a pet even if you can't adopt, click on an adoptable animal's PetFinder profile and register to donate an amount that will go directly to BCHS and directly to that pet! It costs an average of $180 to provide care for a pet while s/he waits for a home. Each contribution you can afford to make enables a pet to get cared for until a new loving family comes along. They all deserve this chance!
Saturday Adoption Day Events
Adoption Days are the Saturdays of every month at at Fairview Heights, IL PETCO Store on Route 159.
Below are some photos of our Volunteer Adoption Counselors, Volunteer Adoption Assistants, Adopting Families and our Adoptable Dogs and Cats from typical Adoption Saturday events.