Life can take surprising and difficult turns for all of us. Loss of a job, having to move, allergies, divorce, and even death sometimes result in a wonderful pet needing a new home. For those families or individuals with no other options than to re-home a pet, we are here to help by offering this courtesy listing of animals seeking new families. The pets featured below are not Humane Society for Greater Savannah animals and require direct communication with their existing owner. This listing is a courtesy for those seeking to re-home and animal lovers looking to find a new pet. All animals have been spayed/neutered and are current with their Rabies vaccination.

For questions regarding this free re-homing service, please contact Client Support Team at or call (912) 354-9515, Tuesday - Sunday 11 am – 6 pm.


Hello! This is Rosie! She was recent adopted from the Humane Society for Greater Savannah and is up to date on all her shots. She is about 11 months old, and very playful. She gives lots of attention and love and would be a great family dog! I would love to be able to keep her, but unfortunately my living situations will not allow me to. She is good with other dogs, but hasn't been around cats so I'm not sure how she would be with them. She loves to cuddle and picks up new commands very quickly! Please let me know if you have room in your heart and home for this angel! Please contact Danielle at (201) 675-1314 fore more information.

Turner & Alton

Two brothers (absolute twins - we have to keep collars on to know who is who) who will be 3 years old St. Patrick's Day. VERY gentle and calm. LOVE belly rubs, ear scratches. Never have clawed furniture - use post. Don't mind their nails being trimmed. Love brushing. Never have "missed" the litter box. Never been outside (but love the screened porch or looking out the window all day).

BIG kitties - 15 pounds (not overweight). Love to snuggle if you want them to or otherwise just lay around like big "pillows" all day. I wouldn't call them "bonded" as one prefers to sleep on the foot of the bed and the other in the living room.

Come with all their needs - carpeted multi-level "kitty tower", litter box, whatever litter we have, whatever food we have and several months of "Frontline" monthly flea "spot" preventative.

They are neutered, all their annual shots last month and never missed an annual vet check-up in 3 years of life.

Please contact Steven at or (912) 655-8033 for more information. 



We adopted Haley in 2011. She is great with kids and other animals. She is very laid back, does not bark. Loves to go on car rides, walks and swim. She is very gentle and loving. She does not play with toys very often. Haley is pretty much a couch potato. She is completely house trained, no cage needed. She enjoys being in the house with family instead of being outside.

For more information, contact Jessica at 912-432-8109 or email at



We've had Sasha for almost 6 years. She can no longer stay inside while we are at work because she needs to go outside every 4 hours or so. Because of this we moved her outside with dog house, fenced yard, etc. She is now digging holes and going under our house. We've blocked off every imaginable route and she will tear up whatever she has to, to get under the house. She has torn water and gas lines now. She needs a new outside home with a fenced run or someone who can take her outside for bathroom breaks every 4 hours or so.

She is completely house trained, but as I stated, has to go out every 4 hours or so. She will sleep on a couch or chair and is super low maintenance. Sasha is good with dogs, kids, grownups, but HATES cats. If you're interested in meeting Sasha, please contact.

Brook:; 912-713-7795