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Dogs and cats are being euthanized almost every day in shelters in Kern County.  Why go to a breeder, when you can save the life of a dog or cat by adopting one?

Our adoption days are most Saturdays (weather permitting) from 11AM to 3PM in the parking lot of Radio Shack, located on the corner of Tucker Road and Valley Blvd.  On the first Saturday of every month the adoption days are held at Tractor Supply on Mill St. right next to the 58 freeway. Only the dogs will be at the adoption days. You can arrange to meet the cats/kittens with their foster mom or dad.

All rescued dogs and cats are placed in foster homes until permanent, loving homes are found. The animals are vaccinated, spayed or neutered, microchipped, and given any necessary medical treatment during this time period.

If you see a rescue dog or cat that you are interested in adopting in a newspaper, on our web site or at the process is as follows:

Step 1: The Application

Each prospective owner fills out an adoption application. Contact us at (661) 823-0699 and we will send you an application.

Step 2: The Meeting

Once your application is approved, an appointment can be made for you to meet the rescue animal. At the appointment, an adoption volunteer from the Tehachapi Humane Society will help you assess whether the rescue animal is a good match for your lifestyle and your family. The volunteer can also answer any questions you may have about the adoption process.

Step 3: The Adoption

Before you bring your new pet home, you must sign a contractual agreement with the Tehachapi Humane Society. In addition, an adoption fee is requested.

Neutered male mid aged llama looking for a new home, transportation will be provided
contact Kate at 661 823 7859



Yako and Kona are sweet and gentle 3 year old (about 100 lbs.) Mastiff Mix. Well behaved and good with children and other dogs, but no cats.
They are excellent guard dogs, loyal and protective to their humans. They’ve been together since birth and if possible they’d prefer to be adopted together.
Best for homes with giant breed experience. They are healthy, spayed/neutered, current with shots, color brindle and gray. Short hair. These animals are placed as a public service.
Please contact:
Cristina Campbell

BOSTON is a Boston Bull Terrier/Pug mix. He is about a year old. He has been neutered, micro-chipped and had his shots. He gets along with other small dogs, I was told he isn’t good with cats. He is crate trained, we are working on house training. He will walk on a leash and is good in the car.  He needs a family with children and/or another dog to play with. Please consider being that home.

ONIX is a two to three year old Chihuahua / Pug  mix. He is neutered,micro-chipped and has his shots. He is crate trained, walks on a leash and is good in the car.He gets along with other dogs, we don’t know about cats.Onix is a very sweet loving boy,  waiting for his forever home. Will you please consider adopting him. For more information contact Iris at:

GLORY: Adult Female, 3-4 Years Old, Long-Haired, Black Tuxedo Glory was abandoned outside with her four kittens when her owners moved and left her behind. A neighbor found them and called us for help. Glory is a great Mom. Her kittens are fat and healthy. She is very content indoors, greets you with a purr and a gentle request for attention and petting. She will be a wonderful addition to your home. As soon as her kittens are weaned, Glory will be spayed and have her inoculations up to date. She should be ready for a new home the first part of November. If this beautiful girl appeals to you, please give us a call and come visit!!


OJ is a white and brown Jack Russell Terrier. He has been neutered ,micro-chipped and is current on his shots. He is crate trained and walks on a leash.
He gets along with his foster brother and sisters.
OJ is waiting for his forever home. For more information contact Iris at



Kandy is a 2-3 year old white and tan Terrier mix. She is spayed,micro-chipped and current on all of her shots. She is house trained and crate trained. She walks on a lash and likes to go in the car. She gets along with her foster sisters, but we do not know about cats. Kandy is a very loving little girl. Kandy has to go to a single person home.She bonds to her person and is very protective. For more information on Kandy contact Iris at: