Monroe County Animal League

An animal rescue organization helping homeless cats and dogs and providing spay/neuter assistance to owners.

We Are a Non-Profit, All-Volunteer, Foster-Based Animal Rescue in Monroe County, West Virginia

About Us

The Monroe County Animal League (MCAL) is a non-profit, all-volunteer animal rescue organization dedicated to addressing pet overpopulation in our community for more than 30 years. Monroe County, West Virginia, has no animal shelter, and MCAL is a network of foster homes. In addition to fostering, animal league volunteers also facilitate affordable spay and neuter surgeries within our community. We adopt to loving homes, and we also routinely and frequently transport vetted homeless animals to reputable animal welfare partners in higher-demand areas.

Get Involved

Adopt an Animal

Find your new best friend. Learn more about the cats and dogs in our foster network with the button below. All animals are spayed or neutered.

Adoption Form

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Thank you for considering an animal from the Monroe County Animal League (the MCAL) to be a new addition to your family!

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Have you or anyone in your household ever been 1) charged with, or convicted of, animal cruelty, neglect, or abandonment or 2) the subject of a civil proceeding to terminate your ownership rights of a dog, cat, or other companion animal?
Have you or anyone in your household ever surrendered an animal to, or had an animal seized by an animal control officer?
Have you or anyone in your household ever been convicted of domestic violence?
Please list all of the pets you have had in the last 10 years including current pets and those you no longer own or are deceased. Please include the following: Name, Cat or Dog, Age, Male or Female, Spayed or Neutered?, Up-to-date on rabies vaccination?, Lives indoors or outdoors?, and Current status of pet?

The MCAL has the right to verify medical history regarding all pets owned by the prospective adopter in the past 10 years. Permission is given by the prospective adopter for the MCAL to verify this information by completing the veterinarian information below.

I certify that the above information is true and correct to the best of my knowledge. I also acknowledge falsification of the above can result in me being denied adoption of an animal. The MCAL reserves the right to refuse any adoption.

I understand that completing the adoption application does not guarantee that I will adopt the animal, and does not obligate me to adopt the animal. I further understand that the MCAL does not hold animals and because of space demands, pets may be adopted to the first best qualified prospective home.