Adoption through OAARS

Love comes in all forms. Our cats and dogs come in all shapes, sizes, ages, personality and colors.The best part is, all OAARS animals are in volunteer foster homes. When you adopt from us you know the animal is healthy, if it gets along with dogs, cat, children, and any quirks the animal may have. If you are searching for that little furry someone to complete your family, look no further!

Click below for our available animals:

Adoptable Dogs
Adoptable Cats

Have you found your new forever pet? If so please click below to fill out an adoption application:

Dog Adoption Application
Cat Adoption Application

If you have questions on any of the animals listed on the OAARS Dogs or OAARS Cats pages, please do not hesitate to ask!

Dog Adoption Coordinator:
Cat Adoption Coordinator:

Additional Information

OAARS does solicit an adoption fee (approved by MCCS) for OAARS animals to offset medical and administrative expenses. Most of the time the adoption fee does not fully cover the amount of money the organization puts in for an animals’ routine shots, spay/neuter, Frontline, Heartguard, or Revolution. When the adoption fee does cover the amount of money put in to the animal, the remaining funds help cover another animals medical expenses. Please remember that OAARS is a nonprofit organization that solely relies on donations and fundraisers.

*Please remember that OAARS takes back their animals no matter how long the animal has been adopted, as we understand that situations come up. With this in mind, OAARS is not a RENT- A- PET organization. Please remember that you cannot sell our animals on Okinawa Yard Sales (OYS).

We hope to help you find your new family member!


Private Adoption Animals
Private adoption animals are not current OAARS animals but are looking for a forever home. If you are in need of additional information on an animal, please contact the personal information listed in the animal posting.


Not quite sure if you are ready for that new family member? Then foster!

OAARS does not have a shelter. All of OAARS animals are in foster homes, some homes with animals and some without, as the idea behind this is to socialize our animals into an home environment so when they are ready to be adopted, our animals are one step ahead.

If you are interested in becoming a foster family please click the link below to fill out the contract:

Foster Care Contract 

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to ask.

Dog Foster Coordinator at:
Cat Foster Coordinator at: