Seniors for Seniors Adoption Program

This program places senior pets with senior citizens. The dog or cat gets a stay-at-home mom or dad to spoil them, and the individual gets an adoring and grateful pet whose expectation is to be the center of the person’s universe.

Not a bad trade.


Benefits to NARF

We can place pets who are older and generally less adoptable than most into loving homes as well-cared for, valued pets.

Program Requirements

For this program, seniors are defined as:

  • People over the age of 62 years
  • Dogs over 40 Lbs and over the age of 6 years
  • Dogs under 40 Lbs and over the age of 8 years
  • Cats over the age of 5 years

Requirements for Senior Program Participants

  • Over the age of 62.
  • Physically and mentally capable of caring for the animal including walking dog, feeding, exercising, cleaning cats litter boxes, and administering medications if needed.
  • Capable of taking the animal to the Vet, if needed, and to the groomer.
  • Owns home or rents with landlord’s written approval. Renter must have lived at the same residence for at lest one year. Committee must also talk to landlord.
  • Committee must complete a normal interview application with applicant.
  • Senior must be willing to allow us to do home checks and schedule periodic home visits.