Adopt an ANGEL is a 501c3 charitable organization based in New Hanover County, North Carolina. We were founded in January of 2004 by compassionate volunteers who wanted to increase adoptions at New Hanover, Brunswick and Pender County Animal Controls.
We partner with these area shelters, to concentrate on the cats and dogs that have run out of time or have special needs. We move them to a safe haven with private citizens, strive to provide them with any veterinary or behavioral care they need, and then we find them loving homes. Since 2004, over 7000 of these previously unwanted animals found their forever homes through our safety net. When one of ours gets adopted, we go and get another. It's as simple as that! All active volunteers receive no monetary compensation for their work. They graciously donate their time, talents and finances to this worthwhile cause. Download our brochure
Adopt an ANGEL has no real shelter. It is a foster home network. Please visit us and our homeless animals at Petco every Sat and Sun from 11-5 during our adoption fairs. You may also visit with a sample of our cats at Petco, Pet Supermarket in Wilmington or at PetSense in Shallotte. Our cats and kittens are in these stores 7 days a week.
To View a typical weekend adoption fair at Petco, please click here.
Adopt an ANGEL is proud to have been a part of the Wilmington Fur Ball in 2007-2013.
Thanks for attending this past year's past Fur Ball 12/7/13.
Adopt An ANGEL is proud to introduce
Fix A Friend Spay Neuter Clinic
Click here for a local news story about our project in the State Port Pilot.
Click here for a local news story about our project in the Wilmington Star News.
Click here for a local news story about the clinic's open house in the Brunswick Beacon
An endeavor of this magnitude will require additional and ongoing support. Please donate by clicking here. Special Sponsorship Opportunities are available. Donations of $1000 or more will be publicly recognized on our lobby wall.
Our mission is simple: To reduce the numbers of animals euthanized in Brunswick, New Hanover and Pender Animal Controls. And we do it through: foster homes, aggressive spaying and neutering, marathon adoption events, and partnering with vet hospitals, boarding facilities and pet stores.