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 the Client Support Team by calling (912) 354-9515, Tuesday - Saturday from 1 pm – 6 pm.
Mouse is a sweet pit rescue who is around 8 years old, weighs 50 pounds. Mouse is crate-trained, well-behaved on a leash, knows basic obedience commands & a handful of fun tricks too. Mouse would do best in a home without pets, kids or a lot of foot traffic. Her favorite things are blankets, tennis balls, sunshine & walks in the park. If you are interested in Mouse, please contact, Jessica Hoffman at (336) 749-1695 or by email
Meet Pumpkin! Pumpkin is a 1yo male. Since he's still a bit of a kitten, he can be a scamp and might be too rambunctious for homes with small children. He LOVES attention and food and dislikes dogs. Pumpkin is blind in one eye, the vet thinks a virus or infection ruined it when he was young, but it's fine now--he just gets teary-eyed every now and then. Pumpkin was recently neutered. He's worm and flea free, FIV/FELV negative, microchipped, has had his rabies vaccine, and is due for his second round of combo vaccines next week (10/5). (The vaccine is already paid for.) Pumpkin was a stray that my roommates were feeding. We all love him and want to keep him but none of us can afford to. Finally I decided it wasn't fair for us to let such a sweet, adoptable cat remain homeless just because WE couldn't adopt him, so I'm looking for a furever home for him. Pumpkin has adjusted to life indoors very well and I think will make for a wonderful pet. If you are interested in Sadie, please contact Kiell Ruterbories at (317) 445-00663 or by email at
Sock is a very sweet and loving orange tabby. I rescued him from the Walmart parking lot when he was younger and dodging traffic. We have been trying to find him a good home for a while with no luck. He is neutered, up to date with his rabies, good with baths, nails and general grooming, good with kids, dogs and other cats, though he seems to want to bully other male cats. He is 10lbs of purrs and licks. If you are interested in Sock, please contact Luiza Nodal at (912) 220-7125 or (912) 441-8265 or by email at
We are relocating to a new area and cannot take Jessie with us due to issues with renting a home. We adopted Jessie in 2012 when she was about 2 yrs old (she's about 8 or 9 yrs old now). She's a shy and sweet pitbull mix who mostly loves to lounge in the sun on our back porch and gets along great with our 13 yr old and 8 month old daughters. She enjoys walks and loves to run around our yard, but she doesn't like playing fetch or going on runs. She loves to socialize and is always excited to meet and play with new animals. She is house trained and crate trained. Please help us find a loving home for our dear Jessie. If you are interested in Jessie, please contact Deidre Hidalgo at (334) 464-1854 or (412) 912-6949 by email at
Nikki needs a younger parent than I am. Shes very energetic, and loves to play and run. She is very sweet. Nikki is crate trained, and would come with her crate, toys and food. She is potty trained. Nikki is up to date on her rabies vaccination and is already spayed. If you are interested in Nikki, please contact Joan Walter at (912) 272-0326 by email at
One of the sweetest girls I've ever met. Silly, throws tiny tantrums, and a very, very sweet girl. She constantly has her tongue out, is quick to learn tricks, and loves to snuggle. However, she has not gotten along with my previous dog, and because of this we need to re-home her. We've had her since January, and no matter how hard we have tried to make it work, due to her being rescued with no known issues (not told), she deals with dog anxiety and dog aggression. In her new home she CANNOT be with any other dogs. She does well with my ferret, and I can see her doing well with other small animals, but her aggression needs extensive training. She however is fantastic at the dog park, and being around other dogs as long as shes not living with them. She will come with her bowl, many many toys, leash, and harness. Anyone contacting to adopt her has to be okay with us meeting you beforehand, to get a feel for her new family, as we want the best possible life for her. She is spayed & UTD on vaccines. If interested in Molly, please contact Jenna Foxhoven at (832) 443-9058 or by email: