Adopt a Pet
NKLA Pet Adoption Center
The state-of-the-art pet adoption center for NKLA Coalition partners features:
- More than 100 kittens, puppies, cats and dogs excited to meet you
- Friendly staff who make adopting a breeze
- Pets who are up-to-date on vaccinations, microchipped, spayed or neutered, and ready to go home today
- Gift certificates to go towards a pet adoption
- NKLA Boutique in the center for all your pet's necessities, including customized pet ID tags for just $5, and exclusive NKLA swag
- Just bring your driver’s license or another valid form of ID, as well as a collar and leash or carrier (or purchase one on site), and your new best friend can go home with you today.
- Each of our NKLA Coaltioin partners set their own adoption fees. Regular adoption fees range from:
- Cats & Kittens: $25 to $125
- Dogs (over 6 months): $100 to $250
- Puppies (6 months and under): $350
- Select pets five years and older are $5 to adopt all year long if you are 55 years or older (ask us about our 5 for 55 program)!
- Additional Fees: There is also a $20 pet license for dogs that applies to adopters living in the city of Los Angeles.
UPCOMING ADOPTION EVENTS AND PROMOTIONS
Solo artists haven't quite learned to share the stage. They prefer to be the one-and-only, providing their people with with lifetime of entertainment and devotion. So, bring on the adoring humans! But, other pets in the house? Not so much.
There are some really amazing Beyonce-level solo artists who are ready to rock and roll into your home! To make it easier for these dogs to take center stage in your life, we are waiving adoption fees for solo artist dogs June 19-25.*
When: Wednesday, June 19 through Tuesday, June 25
Where: Best Friends Lifesaving Center located at 15321 Brand Boulevard, Mission Hills, CA 91345 and NKLA Pet Adoption Center located at 1845 Pontius Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90025
(*Promo applies to select dogs.)
Conveniently located just off Santa Monica Blvd and the 405 Freeway,
minutes from Century City Mall.
The NKLA Pet Adoption Center does not take in animals from the public.