The staff at the Draper City Animal Shelter strive to find each animal that has made its way to the shelter a safe and loving home. Take a look at the animals that are available for adoption. Visitors are welcome to visit the shelter and the animals to see if they are a perfect fit for them and their families.
Hi my name is Teensy; I’m about 5-6 years old. I’m a very sweet and affectionate older guy. I would make a great coach potato or a lap warmer. I tend to be a little shy but warm up quickly, and I have the cutest little prance when I walk.
Hi my name is Domino; I’m about 1-2 years old. I’m a happy little guy that is energetic and very affectionate. I’m very curious and would do great with an active family to help me get my wiggles out. I’m good with other dogs but get a little scared when meeting large dogs, after I get to know them, we will be best friends.
Hi my name is Sprout; I’m under a year. I’m a shy guy that takes some time to get to know you. I’m looking for a friend that will help bring me out of my shell and work with me slowly. I would do better in a home without kids or other animals, since loud noises and big movements scare me. Once I get to know you I give the best hugs.
We currently have multiple experienced mousers looking for fulltime employment in return for lodging. Working cats help deter rodents at barns, farms, horse stables, other sustainable locations with outside shelter, or any property sustainable for independent-minded felines. These cats are spayed or neutered and vaccinated. Working cat adopters are responsible for providing food and water, shelter from the elements, long-term veterinary care, and must keep the animals contained to their property.