About Us


There are always exciting happenings at the Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center:

  • Humane education for children,
  • a state of the art spay/neuter clinic,
  • Helping Paws (formerly Pet Therapy)  
  • Chuck Waggin Pet Meals, which provides for pets of seniors and low-income pet owners in our community,
  • Riverside Rovers sign up to take a dog out of the Center for a day of fun!
  • PAC Paws Reading Program
  • Among many other programs and events!


Adopting A Friend

Upon visiting the Pet Adoption Center, you will immediately be greeted by a volunteer or staff member and will be able to view our adorable adoptables. Once you have found the pet that you would like to invite into your home, an Adoption Counselor will assist you with the process. To help make the process more efficient you may download and print a Request for Adoption Form from our website.

Adoption Fees:

Puppies < 8mo

                0-14 days at Center: $225

                15+ days at Center: $175

Dogs 8 mo – 5 yrs

                0-14 days at Center: $125

                15+ days at Center: $75

Dogs 5yrs+

                0-14 days at Center: $75

                15+ days at Center: $50

Adult Cats 1yr+:  Name your Price!

Kttens $125

All of our animals are spayed or neutered, have received age appropriate vaccinations and are microchipped prior to adoption. They enjoy indoor, comfortable kennels and are socialized by volunteers on a regular basis.

Who We Are

The Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center (MSRPAC) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) public benefit charitable organization committed to giving homeless cats and dogs another chance for a healthy and happy life by finding them good, loving homes. MSRPAC is supported solely by private donations and fundraising projects.

As a limited-entry companion adoption center, the Pet Adoption Center takes in healthy, adoptable cats and dogs from owners who can no longer care for them. As space allows, we also select healthy, adoptable cats and dogs from other local animal welfare agencies. Pets that are accepted into our center must pass health and behavior evaluations. All animals stay in our care until a good, loving home is found. No healthy, adoptable animal is ever destroyed. If space is not available to admit a pet, or if the pet cannot be accepted due to any other reason, owners are referred to other facilities and organizations.

All pets while in our care receive food, a comfortable environment, medical attention and loving socialization from both staff and volunteers. Our staff and volunteers monitor the physical, emotional and mental health of the animals daily. A progressive “stress reduction” program helps keep our residents healthy, happy and adoptable. All animals are vaccinated, micro-chipped and spayed or neutered. For animals that are too young to be adopted, volunteers offer temporary homes through our pet foster care program. More on volunteering »

Our Adoption Counselors assist in finding the right pet based on personalities and lifestyle. Individuals who adopt our animals go through an extensive adoption process where they are counseled on the medical, physical and emotional needs of the particular dog or cat they are adopting. After the adoption, the staff and volunteers at the center are always available to help with any questions or issues that may arise.

Caring for homeless pets is not all the Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center does. MSRPAC is very active in promoting animal welfare and positive human-animal relations through community-service programs which include humane education, pet behavior counseling, and support of pet overpopulation education and programs.

Come Visit Us

Sleek, fluffy, small, big and everything in between-the Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center has has pets waiting to be invited into a forever home.  Come meet one of them today!  

We're open daily from 12pm to 7pm, CLOSED Tuesday.



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