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Adoptable pets around Boston

If you have been thinking about adding four paws to your family, take a look at this list of adoptable animals around the Greater Boston area.

Maya is a 2-year-old pit bull with a brown coat and white spots on her chest and paws.

Maya is a 2-year-old pit bull mix and her adoption fee is waived.

Bringing home a furry friend is always an exciting adventure full of love, snuggles, and a chewed up shoe or two. City Editor Jess should know, she has two rescue pups — Roscoe + Reyna.

We’ve done some digging to highlight local animal shelters looking for some purrfect parents to add to their furever family. We found cats, kittens, dogs, puppies + small animals from six local organizations.

Animal Rescue League of Boston, 10 Chandler St.

  • Blu | Blue merle Australian cattle dog | 3-year-old male
  • Akiro | American Staffordshire terrier | 4-year-old male
  • Hunter | English Springer Spaniel and beagle mix | 6-year-old male
  • Eeyore | Lynx and domestic short hair | 2-year-old male
  • Tony Stark and Steve Rogers | Bengal cats (bonded pair)
  • Donation Wish List

Boston Animal Care and Control Shelter, 26 Mahler Rd., Roslindale

Titan is a brown and white pittie mix with floppy ears and is wearing a red collar.

Titan is about three years old and he’s blind, so his furever home will need some minor accommodations to be successful.

Photo provided by @mspca.angell

MSPCA Animal Care and Adoption Center, 350 S. Huntington Ave.

  • Titan | Pit bull terrier (Blind so will require some minor accommodations) | 3-year-old male
  • Hudson | Labrador retriever mix | 6-year-old male
  • Daisy | Domestic shorthair | 5-year-old female
  • Joe | Guinea pig
  • Skinny Ryan | Parakeet
  • Donation Wish List

Last Hope K9 Rescue, Foster-based rescue

Coconut is a white cat with brown spots on her grumpy face.

This adorable grumpy faced cat is named Coconut and would be best suited for a solo pet home.

Photo provided by Broken Tail Rescue

Broken Tail Rescue, 160 Alewife Brook Pkwy, Cambridge

See a pawsome pet you want to welcome home? Reach out to the organizations directly to inquire about adoption requirements and procedures.

Not ready to take the leap? Ask about joining their foster network or donate to your favorite organization.