Adopt a pet during our national adoption weekend, May 20–22

Family adopting a gray dog whose head is tilted

Bounty to the rescue!

Bounty, the Quicker Picker Upper paper-towel maker, is partnering with Best Friends to help save the lives of homeless pets and support our shelter and rescue group partners during our national adoption weekend. For every dog adopted May 20–22, Bounty will donate $50 to our participating partners, and for every cat adopted during that time, Bounty will donate $25 to our participating partners.

When you adopt a pet, you save lives

At this very moment, there are about 100,000 more dogs and cats in U.S. shelters compared to this time last year. Partially because of the pandemic, more pets are entering shelters, fewer pets are being adopted, and shelters are over capacity and short-staffed. You can help by adopting a pet — and Bounty is helping, too.

By adopting, you give one lucky dog or cat a home and create space for another pet to be rescued. That means you become a lifesaver to two animals in need! Plus, you gain a friend — the best one you’ve ever had. A loyal companion who can offer you comfort and love, no matter what uncertainty life holds.

Join our partners near you for the national adoption weekend, May 20-22.

The Best Friends Network is made up of thousands of animal welfare groups from every single state, all working to save the lives of pets in their communities.

Locate participating partners by clicking on the map below.

Found a lost pet?

Before taking a lost pet to your local shelter, consider visiting a veterinarian’s office to see if the pet has a microchip. If the pet doesn’t have one, try to reunite the pet with her family by posting a photo on social media and apps like Nextdoor.com.

Get more tips for reuniting lost pets with their people.

About Best Friends

Best Friends Animal Society is working to save the lives of cats and dogs all across the country, giving pets second chances and happy homes. As recently as 2016, nearly 1.5 million cats and dogs were killed in America just because shelters didn’t have the community support or the resources needed to save them.

Best Friends is committed to change that by 2025, by operating the nation’s largest sanctuary for companion animals and working with passionate people and shelters across the country. Together, we can Save Them All.

About the Best Friends Network

The Best Friends Network comprises thousands of animal welfare groups from every single state, all working to save the lives of pets in their own communities. Ranging from animal shelters and rescue groups to spay/neuter and trap-neuter-return (TNR) organizations, they collaborate with Best Friends to save even more lives in every corner of the country. Best Friends provides marketing help, fundraising events, webinars, grants and other resources so that, together, we can Save Them All.