Beginning on February 1, 2022
If the pet is in our Manhattan or Westhampton shelters:
We are excited to invite you to walk-in to our NYC and Westhampton Adoption Centers! Feel free to stop in at your earliest convenience to meet your future furry friend, no appointment needed! The submission of your adoption application does not hold a pet for you. You can take home a pet same day and adopters are helped on a first-come first-served basis. We do not hold any adoptable animals that are living in the shelter.
If the pet is in our Wantagh shelter:
Our adoption team will contact you via phone call to discuss the pet. We will then schedule an appointment for you to come to the shelter for an in-person interaction at the shelter so you can meet the pet and take them home with you same day! Appointments are required for this location.
If the pet is in Foster Care:
Our adoption team will contact you via email to coordinate a Zoom interview with the pets foster parent so you can learn about how he or she has been doing in a home. After a Zoom meeting, we will schedule an in-person interaction at the shelter so you can meet the pet and take them home with you same day!
Bideawee spends an average of $1500 caring for each animal during their stay with us. To help offset these expenses, there is a processing fee for each adoption. In NYC, there is an additional $8.50 license registration fee required for those who adopt a dog.
Once the Bideawee Matchmaker has gathered all the necessary information, he/she will take you through all the steps in the adoption process. Bideawee Matchmakers use the information that you provide about your habits and lifestyle to match you with an adoptable animals that aligns with your personality and preferences. Due to the familiarity that all Bideawee Matchmakers have with our animals, we can work with potential adopters to make a perfect match that will last a lifetime.
In addition, if you currently have a dog(s), please bring your dog(s) into the adoption center, where s/he can get acquainted with a Bideawee dog in a private room.