Welcome to SCAEP's new adoption connection page!
We are hoping to be a positive catalyst for the re-homing of companion bird and exotic pet species who are in need of a new loving environment to call home. We know how difficult it is for current pet owners to give up their beloved friends, but also understand that it is sometimes for the best. It is important to find a new home that is safe, secure, and ready to provide the love and care that every animal deserves.
If your exotic pet is in need of a new home, please EMAIL US with the following info:
Name of pet, species, age, gender, description of temperament, what supplies you are including, and any other information you feel necessary! - Don't forget to attach photos of your pet!
Also include: YOUR first name, a phone number or email address where potential new pet owners can reach you, and the town in which your pet currently resides.
Please note: SCAEP is strictly a connection point for any and all adoptions. We will not take part in the negotiations of payment or adoption criteria.
SCAEP and its doctors and employees are not responsible for the health of the animals up for adoption and do not require that the animals are seen for a physical exam before their adoption, although we do recommend exams annually- a healthy pet is happy pet!
As this service is designed strictly as a helpful resource, SCAEP will not be held financially or legally responsible for the outcome of any connection.
POSTS WILL BE DELETED AFTER 90 DAYS UNLESS WE HEAR OTHERWISE
A current client looking for a good home for her pet rabbit Gilbert. He is just over a year old and he is neutered. He currently lives mostly in a 6’x4’ exercise pen enclosure, but she tries to let him free roam in the house as often as possible. She feels she needs to rehome him because she not home as often as she used to be and he spends a lot of time alone and in his enclosure. He is litter trained. He’s a sweet boy, he doesn’t love being picked up, but he will come up to you for snacks and for pets. He got along really well with an older dog. Owner will give whatever supplies she has for him, including hay, pellets, litter, litter boxes, treats, the exercise pen and any toys he hasn’t chewed too much. Allison can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
I have a team of about 6 to 10 Swedish Blue male ducks "drakes" available for adoption if anyone is interested in having backyard birds as pets. They are winter hardy, quiet, easy to care for with a proper set-up, and tons of fun. My drakes hatched in April and May this year. I am happy to provide guidance to help you get them established in their new home. They are located in Cambria, NY. Please contact Matt at 716-983-8624 or email@example.com for more information.
Do you have a parrotlet in need of rehoming? Linda is looking for a companion for her parrotlet Romeo. Please call (585) 737-6980 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ms. Shelley Bubbles is about 10 years old. They would like Ms. Shelley Bubbles go to a good home with someone that has the time and room for her to grow. We have a tank that is 36x19x17, a floating platform and a Zoo Med Turtle Clean External Canister Filter that will be included. Please email email@example.com or call 716-432-2300.
While you're here, check out these other avian/exotic adoption connection societies that are doing a great job re-homing wonderful pets!
- House Rabbit Society
- The SPCA Serving Erie County
- Little Angels Animal Sanctuary
- Erie Area Rabbit Society
- Lollypop Farm, Humane Society of Greater Rochester