Community Pet Listings

Some pet owners need to re-home an animal and prefer not to surrender it to a shelter. We help by including their animals here on our Community Pet Listings page. Each post is live on our site for up to 30 days, and is written by the pet’s owner. If you have questions or would like to adopt an animal on the list, simply contact the owner directly by phone or email.

Want to run an ad of your own?

If you need to rehome a pet and you’d like to list it on our site, please visit the Rehome Your Pet section of our website and find the Post in Community Pet Listings tab for instructions. We accept listings for almost any species of animal. All dogs and cats listed must be spayed or neutered.

Community Pet Listings


Spayed Female
6 years
Domestic Shorthair

Read more about Rosy!

Rosy is a little shy but loves to cuddle up on your lap and get scratches under her chin. She would be happiest going to a home with no other pets. She has always been an indoor/ outdoor cat. Loves to be outside during day and always inside at night. I have a top-of-the-line scratch post and a heated dome bed that you could also have.

If you think you’re interested and would like to come by and meet her, or if you have any questions, feel free to call. 

If interested, contact: Jennifer

Phone: 831-809-1672




3 months

Read more about Penny!

Penny is a super cuddly momma’s boy who is just too vocal for our neighbors.

If interested, contact: Stacey

Phone: 831-325-1218




Neutered Male
6 years
Hound/Pit Bull

Read more about Sheldon!

Amazing family dog loves to cuddle and play. Not the best with other dogs. I hope he can find a good home to love him. Because of moving we cannot keep him. Please call or message me with any questions.

If interested, contact: Carrie

Phone: 831-359-1628




Spayed Female
11 years
English Bulldog

Read more about Mabel!

Miss Mabel is a senior bulldog, so she is getting older and less active than she used to be, though she is still in great shape for her age. No illness, no medical issues.

We have had a big life shift lately and unfortunately the new situation is hard for her. She is very stressed and depressed at our home now. I think if she was living in a home with another senior, where she could relax and have constant attention and companionship, she would feel great again.

She is a really well behaved and an incredibly loving dog. Everyone agrees! I just want to find the best home fit for her. A home without kids or other pets, where she could really shine on her own, is where she would really thrive.

If interested, contact: Sarah

Phone: 831-419-7758



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2685 Chanticleer Ave.
Santa Cruz, CA 95065
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