Special Needs Pets

As if losing one’s home weren’t enough, some animals face additional challenges which make it harder for them to find another. From physical impairments, to chronic health issues requiring long-term treatment, to needing extra understanding and patience while they learn to trust again, all of them are just as loving and deserving of love as any cute kitten or playful puppy!

Our Adoption Counselors will make sure you have a full understanding of any special needs your new pet has, whether it’s training, medication, or simply an indoor-only environment. Make room in your heart today for one of these very special animals and discover just how special they are!

Peek-a-Boo was originally adopted from Valley Humane as a kitten.  As a young adult, she developed bladder stones and ended up surrendered to the Stockton Animal Shelter in need of surgery.  She was transferred back into our care and her stone removal surgery was a total success with all struvite stones removed.  To keep her bladder healthy going forward, she is recommended to be fed only a diet of Hill’s C/D Multicare.  She currently eats both the canned and dry varieties of this food.  When adopted, Valley Humane will provide her family with a year’s supply of C/D.  Peek-a-Boo is a confident medium-hair cat.  She is affectionate on her own terms and greatly enjoys spending time in the Valley Humane catio, watching birds and community cats and soaking up the sun.