Save A Life by Adopting A Stray
Adopting a dog or cat from Romania is easy when working with one of Romania's Animal Rescue recommended charities. These are rescue shelters whom we have worked with and who specialize in international adoptions. Read more about the work they do and reach out to them directly to adopt a stray.
The Le Woef Foundation has been passionately committed to help adopt underprivileged dogs at home and abroad for years. In addition to the more than 2,000 dogs that have found a loving home thanks to their efforts, the Le Woef team travels monthly to countries where help is needed most. In this way they try to make a difference not only mentally but also physically!
Speranta Pentru Animale, founded in 2008, is a local Romanian NGO that focuses on the well-being and protection of animals and shelters anywhere from 300 to 500 rescued cats and dogs.
Happy Dog Moreni is a wonderful shelter run by Anda Popescu who takes in hundreds of dogs and gets them prepared for adoption. They work on matching the right family with the right dog.
Rescued Animals is run by Diana who is an animal rescuer in Craiova Romania. She saves and fosters hundreds of dogs and cats and gets them prepared for adoption. Check out all her wonderful dogs and cats looking for their forever home.
Stray Paws Animal Rescues is founded and ran by Simona Cirnu. Simona is an avid animal rescuer who has saved and continuously saves hundreds of dogs and cats tirelessly for the past 7 years. All of her rescues need forever homes.
Red Panda is a charity based out of Bucharest Romanian that focuses on dog and cat rescue. Check out all the wonderful dogs and cats that need forever homes.
Disclaimer: Romania Animal Rescue Inc. dba Animal Spay Neuter International (RAR/ASNI) is only providing a directory of homeless pets and pet adoption organizations in order to facilitate the finding of homes for more animals. The charities and rescuers listed are recommended as a source of guidance and those interested in adopting are to contact these charities and groups directly. It is always best to call or email the facility or organization that lists the pet to ensure it is still available and to insure the information listed in via the RAR/ASNI website is accurate. It is crucial that any pet found through an adoption service be thoroughly examined by a veterinarian immediately upon adoption. Any pets found via this website are the sole responsibility of the adoption organizations and/or the adopting party. RAR/ASNI accepts no responsibility for any liability or for any injury or damages to any person or property caused by any listed animal, as well as any cause of action, claims, suits or demands whatsoever that may arise as a result of such injury or damage.