Listed on this page are some wonderful animals available for adoption through the HSSNM foster care program. For more information regarding an animal of interest, please contact the foster person listed or contact Frank Bryce at 647-1416.

To help with care provisions for HSSNM foster animals until adopted, please click here.

For information on HSSNM programs/services and volunteer opportunities (including info to be an authorized foster care provider), please call the HSSNM office at 575-523-8020.

Please consult our Pet Help Line page for a listing of animals in the community who are lost/found or in need of permanent or foster homes.


Pets of the Week - Chad

Chad is a young German Shepherd mix He is neutered, micro-chipped, and has all his vaccinations. He is learning basic commands. He is good with other dogs and is full of energy and loves to go on walks, play and run. He's a perfect match for an active individual or family, hiker or outdoor enthusiast. Please call Frank at 575-647-1416 or 575-523-8020.

The cats on this page can be seen at PetSmart or may be with a foster family. For more information please call Frank Bryce at 647-1416.
Caesar (left) and his sister Chloe (below) are bonded siblings who had a wonderful home with a loving human mama. Unfortunately, she passed away and some kind neighbors cared for the cats until they could be placed in rescue. They are just under 1 year old. They are a bit shy in new situations but once they adjust they are very loving. These two really need a home together.
Cali is a DSH Calico, about 1 1/2 years old. She was rescued by nice people after she found herself trapped in the ceiling of a local business! she is shy at first, but when you hold her she will melt into your arms and shower you with love and affection. If you have a nice quiet home and want a super loving kitty - she's your gal!
G.G. is a gray DSH female, about 9 years old. She is mellow and affectionate and would love to be the apple of your eye! She was living outside in a bad area when some nice people took her in, and now she is looking for her forever home. She prefers to be the only cat in the home.
Mia is a 7 year old female DSH tabby. She's a tad shy at first, but once she warms up she is an affectionate, loving kitty. She is in search of a forever home where she will be loved the rest of her days. She has many years of love left to give!
Wendy is about 3 months old and sweet as can be! She is a little shy in new situations but warms up quickly. She loves nice people, cats, and dogs!
Elizabeth is an 8-month old brown tabby DSH. She was a scared kitten living alone outside when some nice people rescued her. It took her a little while to learn to trust, but now, once she knows you she's the sweetest little gal you could ever hope to meet! She'll bring lots of love into your life.
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