Check out this week's pets up for adoption! 

These animals are looking for a fur-ever home where they will get love and care that they need. We've compiled a list of the cutest pets available. 

Check out this week's adorable options!

**All animals featured have been spayed and neutered**

Hope for Life Rescue, Inc. | Virginia Beach

Hope for Life Rescue, Inc., is an amazing nonprofit shelter located at 610 Jack Rabbit Rd, Ste 3., in Virginia Beach. When you get there, you'll find them in the third building to the left -- by the big yellow truck! See their available animals on their Facebook page!

Patrick, 12

small dog

Courtesy of Caitlin Helveston

Patrick is a very sweet and quiet boy who loves to sleep in his bed! He is being kept in the senior dog room with two other dogs, and he hates when they get in his face or on top of him, but otherwise, he's okay with other animals! This poor little guy was rescued from a kill shelter and showed signs of abuse and neglect -- Patrick simply wants a quiet home where he can chill out, relax, and retire. Check him out here!

Tux, 7

black and white cat

Courtesy of Caitlin Helveston

Tux (who is aptly named!) wandered up to me on the cat tower, very curious and begging for my attention. He was very kind and patient when I petted him and loves to be scratched, gently! He's quite curious, so don't be alarmed if he stares at you -- he's just trying to figure out what's going on. Check him out here!

Virginia Beach SPCA (VBSPCA)

The Virginia Beach SPCA is one of the local government-run shelters in the Hampton Roads area and can be found at 3040 Holland Rd., in Virginia Beach. Check them out on their website, Facebook, and Instagram!

Zeus, 5

Courtesy of the VBSPCA

Zeus is a pit bull terrier mix who was brought to the VBSPCA after his owner passed away. This happy boy just wants to be the joy in your life and bring happiness to your home. He needs an active home with owners who will take him for walks or runs every day. He does well with other animals but would preferably be in a home with children 12 years and older. Check him out here!

Johann, 12


Courtesy of the VBSPCA

Senior cat Johann is full of head butts and kisses. Sadly, he requires a full-mouth extraction due to some broken and infected teeth. But this sweetie will give you lots of love and attention! Check him out here!

Virginia Beach Animal Care and Adoption Center

The Virginia Beach Animal Care and Adoption Center is another local VB shelter located at 341 S. Birdneck Rd. in Virginia Beach. Check them out on their website, Instagram, and Facebook. Check out their adoption process and fees here!

Humphrey, 5-8

happy dog

Courtesy of Virginia Beach Animal Care and Adoption Center

Look no further because you have just spotted the perfect dog! Humphrey is amazing with other animals (cats included) and with everyone he meets. Best part? He is potty-trained and can hold it for an entire work day. When he needs to go out, he will whine at the door. A truly happy boy, Humphrey is a big ball of love who is fabulous with children and will fit into his new family very well! Check him out here!

Amy, 5-8

chonky cat

Courtesy of Virginia Beach Animal Care and Adoption Center

Amy is a little chonky! She loves to be brushed and petted and is the very definition of sweet. An extremely social kitty, Amy will follow you everywhere and assist you with making dinner, watching TV, playing games on your phone, and greeting your friends. Check her out here!

Chesapeake Animal Services

Chesapeake Animal Services is a new local shelter located at 2100 S. Military Hwy, in Chesapeake. You can check them out on their website, Facebook, and Instagram

Scrappy, 2

smiley dog

Courtesy of the Chesapeake Animal Services

Scrappy is a pit bull mix who is looking for her next home to show her the love and care that she deserves. She is great with other dogs but has not been tested with cats yet and would do fine as an only child. She was an owner surrender when her people could no longer care for her. Check her out here!

Fang, 6

cat with fangs

Courtesy of the Chesapeake Animal Services

Fang is a talkative boy who is looking for an adult-only home (please, no other animals or children). His yellow eyes are captivating! Check him out here

Norfolk SPCA

The Norfolk SPCA is the local shelter to the Norfolk area and can be found at 916 Ballentine Boulevard, in Norfolk -- check them out on their website and Facebook!

Tilly, 2

sweet dog

Courtesy of Norfolk SPCA

Tilly is a miniature dachshund who requires a quiet home. A lovely little puppy who forms bonds with the right person quickly, Tilly is also quite nervous, so it's recommended that she go to a home with no other animals. 

Catsby, 4

black and white cat

Courtesy of Norfolk SPCA

Catsby is a chatty tuxedo cat who will ask for what he wants. This guy gives affectionate love bites, so please, no small children. Check him out here!

Peninsula Regional Animal Shelter | Newport News

The Peninsula SPCA is more than just an adoption shelter; they're a petting zoo, too. Popular to the locals, you can find them at 5843 Jefferson Ave., in Newport News -- check them out on Facebook, Instagram, and their website! The shelter performs a behavioral test on each animal while they are at the shelter so they can provide a thorough description. 

Jolteon, 3

dog in yard

Courtesy of the Peninsula Regional Animal Shelter

Jolteon is a high-energy dog who loves to give kisses. He will need an active home that can keep him moving, whether that be going to the dog park with other animals or taking multiple walks a day. It is not known whether he is potty-trained. Check him out here!

Chloe, 5

cat in cage

Courtesy of the Peninsula Regional Animal Shelter

Sweet and mellow, Chloe is most content when she's hanging out around her owners. Her favorite activity is to sit in the window and watch the outside world, so a cat perch on the window would be required for this little gal. Check her out here!

**Featured photo courtesy of Caitlin Helveston

Did we pick your future best friend? Do you plan to head on over to the shelters to adopt? Tell us in the comments.