Allow us to introduce the most handsome tri-pod (3 legged kitty) around – DING! Due to an injury that went untreated prior to coming into the care of the RHSPCA, Ding has had one of his front legs amputated. But, don’t worry, this guy gets around like an olimpian!

Ding is pretty timid at first, and needs to take some quiet time to get comfortable with new people, animals, and places. He loves napping in cave beds, especially while he’s adjusting to a new situation. He does have a curious side, and once he has an emotional support human, he enjoys exploring new environments with them by his side. Overall, Ding is a pretty low-key tripod, spending his days lounging in cat trees, or various beds, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t get the occasional bout of the zoomies. He likes to play with balls, catnip mice, and likes chewing on sticks, but the toy that makes him really come alive is the laser pointer – or even a glint of light reflected off a surface in an interesting way. If it’s a moving light, Ding is obsessed with it. Ding is pretty food motivated, so you’ll have no trouble earning his trust with things like treats and wet food. He is reserved at first, but loves to snuggle with his human, and will happily snooze the day away in your lap if you let him. He loves head pets and chin scritches, and will flop over in appreciation. He even tolerates the occasional belly rub.


Hi I’m Zeus! I am a 5-year-old male orange cat. I weight 14 lbs. and I love to eat! Boys aren’t my favorite right now, but I am starting to warm up to them. I am calm, sweet, curious, and I am hoping to find a permanent home soon!


Axel is a 4 year old pit/lab mix. Axel is a loving, energetic bundle
of joy who deserves all the love in the world. He enjoys long walks
and trail hikes and is very affectionate towards just about anyone who
will rub his tummy. While he is very loving with everyone, Axel would
do best in a home with open space either inside or outside with a
fence, and a family to show him all the love in the world and more.


Hi, I’m Hades! Don’t let my name fool you, I’m a bundle of joy! I love playing and my energy is contagious. Fetch is my favorite game, but I’m always up for learning new tricks. I’ve got a goofy side too, which makes everyone around me laugh. I’m good with cats, dogs, and kids – we’re all friends in my book. I’m just a young pup, full of sweetness and friendliness. I’m looking for a family who can match my playful spirit and who’ll love me for my endearing goofiness. Adopting me means adding a sprinkle of joy and laughter to your life every day.


This cat went missing on 02/13/24 from Old Furnace Rd near Blue Ridge Drive in Harrisonburg, VA. He is wearing a collar and is very friendly .


Milo went missing from Trinity Church Rd and North Valley Pike, Rockingham, VA, 22802 on 02/09/2024. He is noted as being microchipped.


Hi, I’m Benji and I’m looking for a forever home. I’m a shy guy that’s still learning to trust new people so I will need a quiet, predictable household that’s willing to show me the ropes and help me gain confidence in new situations. I love to run and play with other dogs. I’m respectful with cats. I’m crate trained and working on housetraining. Apply for me today!


This cat went missing on 02/09/24 from Park Rd near Shank Drive in Harrisonburg, VA. She was last seen walking toward EMU. She may be microchipped.


This cat went missing on 02/02/24 from Northfield Court near Northglen Lane in Harrisonburg, VA. He has a tipped ear and he does not like to be approached.


Hello there, I’m Bandit. I’ve always been a bit of a lone ranger, but I’m pretty laid-back so not much ruffles my fur. Kids? Love ’em. Dogs? No problem. I’m just as happy to spend a quiet afternoon snoozing as I am playing with a squeaky toy. I’m a cat who knows her own mind and I’m not afraid to ask for what I want. But don’t let my independent streak fool you, I’ve got plenty of love to give. So why should you adopt me? Well, I’m a cat who’s got it all: I’m easy-going, good with kids, good with dogs, and have all the love you could want. I’m not just looking for a home, I’m looking for a family. Could that be with you?