Other Adoptable Pets
The Town of Smithtown Animal Shelter is NOT equipped to safely house animals other than dogs & cats long term. However, if an animal is in danger and needs housing temporarily until another rescue has room, we will do our best to provide safe shelter while we can. While the animal waits for space to open in another rescue, it will be available for adoption through our Adoption Center.
Adopt-Don't-Shop applies to all pets. If you are looking for a pet other than a dog or cat, please check with our friends at:
STAR Foundation - variety of exotic pets
Long Island Budgie Rescue - Budgies and small birds
All About Rabbits Rescue - Rabbits
Brucie's Angels - saved research animals and farm animals
Long Island Parrot Society - Variety of Parrots for rehoming
Porcellus Place - Rescued Guinea Pigs for adoption
Other adoptable pets available through Smithtown Animal Shelter:
The Rooster formerly known as Prince - NOW-
Poor Prince Charles was found as a stray. Emaciated and stress molting, he was looking pretty ragged and worn. He had no energy and barely made any noise. With just some time and nutrition, this man is thriving and vocal and ready for a flock to call his own. **Charles demanded to be upgraded to King upon his namesake's upgrade.
Katniss and her sisters were abandoned and left to fend for themselves in a local County park. Luckily, park employees came to the rescue and caught them all unharmed. The ladies have been spayed and are ready for a loving home that will NEVER let this happen to them again.
Mags & Rue
Mags & Rue and their sister were abandoned and left to fend for themselves in a local County park. Luckily, park employees came to the rescue and caught them all unharmed. The ladies have been spayed and are ready for a loving home that will NEVER let this happen to them again.
Poor Mork was abandoned and released outside when his family moved. He is very shy and needs a family to show him that humans aren’t all bad. He loves kale and peppers and would do best in a quiet home.