Available Animals

Spokane Humane Society animals are housed at multiple locations. When viewing ‘All Animals’ make sure you click the animal of interest to view their location OR you can browse the animals based on their location by clicking on the appropriate tab.

These animals are available at our shelter
Spokane Humane Society
6607 N Havana St.
Spokane, WA 99217
(509) 467-5235

These animals are available for adoption from foster homes. If you are interested in an animal click on the animal to find out how to get in contact with the foster parent. If this information is not listed please call the shelter at (509) 467-5235 for assistance.

These animals are available at
9950 N Newport Hwy
Spokane, WA 99218
(509) 466-4566

These animals are available at
Country Store
10505 N. Newport Hwy
Spokane, WA 99218
(509) 466-1300

These animals are available at
6302 N Division St
Spokane, WA 99208
(509) 487-3242

Woman with Her Pet DogSenior Discount

50% discount for seniors 55 or older.

Take TwoTake Two Discount

When adopting two animals at once the second animal will be 50% to 100% off.

Fostered AnimalsFostered Animal Discount

50% off of animals adopted out of Foster Care – when viewing our adoptable animals check their location to see if they are in a foster home.

Adoption fees help provide medical care, food, and shelter to the animals in our care. When you adopt from the Spokane Humane Society, you are receiving more than $315 worth of services included in your dog’s adoption fee and more than $235 in your cat’s adoption fee. Our most popular pets have higher adoption fees in order to support animals in our care that need specialized medical care or training in order to find a loving home.

Puppies under 5 months $175
Small Dogs under 35lbs $175
Dogs $125
Senior Dogs $75
Kittens under 5 months $85
Young Adult Cats 5 months to 1 year $60
Cats $25
Rabbits (includes spay or neuter) $35
Guinea pigs $15
Rats, mice, hamsters, gerbils $5
Birds Varies by Species
  • Licenses are required for Spokane City and County residents; additional fees apply.
  • The Spokane Humane Society cannot be responsible for veterinary bills or treatment of an animal after leaving our shelter. State law restricts shelters from providing general veterinary services to privately owned animals.