Find The Next Member Of Your Family At TOB Animal Shelter


The Town of Oyster Bay Animal Shelter, located at 150 Miller Pl. in Syosset, has the following animals available for adoption. To learn more, call 516-677-5784 or visit

Nelson #170678:

My name is Nelson. I am a 9-year-old Jack Russell Terrier Mix that was surrendered to the shelter because my owner was unable to take care of me anymore. I am up to date on all of my vaccines. I would do best in a home with older children. I was an only pet so if you are thinking of coming to adopt me and making me a part of your family and you have another dog, the shelter requires a meet and greet. I’m hoping that someone might read this and be looking for a small dog just like me. Hope to see you soon!

Laney #170110:

Hi everyone, it is me Laney. I am still available for adoption at the shelter. I have been here since March. It has been a long nine months of waiting. I know that I am loved by the staff here, but we all know that there is no place like a home of your own. I am a 2-3 year old female pit bull that would love for you to come and meet me. I was found as a stray but lets face it, I belonged to someone, somewhere, once in my life. I would love to be safe and loved in a home of my own.

Dolly #170622:

Hello everyone, my name is Dolly. I was surrendered to the shelter due to the fact my owners said they could no longer care for me. I am a beautiful, loving, 13-year-old calico female that has lived in a home with love and affection all my life and I am hoping that someone will come to the shelter and want me to be a part of their life. I know all the reservations of adopting an older pet, but there are many more good things about us seniors. We have so much love to give and are so thankful a second chance to be in a home with people who will love us. Maybe being 13 will be lucky for me. I am wishing on every star that I can be home for Christmas. Love Dolly.

Bella #170642:

My name is Bella, and I have been surrendered to the shelter by my owners with my littermate sister Cleo, when our owners became ill and couldn’t care for us anymore. I am 13 years old. I am a big girl who weighs 9 pounds. I realize that there are not to many people that are looking to adopt a 13-year-old cat. It is going to be a tough road for both me and my sister. As each day goes by we just hang onto the hope that a very special person is going to want a girl like me and hopefully for my sister too. I am hoping that the magic of the holiday season shines on me as I would love to be adopted and show just how much love and affection I have to give.

Cleo #170643:

This is the season of love and joy. My name is Cleo and I am hoping for just that. I am 13 years old and was surrendered to the shelter with my liitermate  sister Bella as our owners became ill and could not care for us any longer. I know how tough it is to get adopted at this age, but I am hoping each day that the very special person will walk into the shelter and fall in love with me. I am a domestic short haired, grey, female that weighs 9 pounds. I have so much love and affection to give and if I can just get the chance to show someone they will be glad they adopted me. Maybe I am an oldie, but I am definitely a goodie. Please share my story and help me to find a home. A senior cat makes such an awesome companion

Patches #170553:

Patches was surrendered to the shelter in early October as his owners were moving. Patches is a 2-year-old that is very lovable and affectionate. He would do best as an only pet, and with older children. Patches would be a wonderful companion to someone who is looking for a charming young man whose life was turned upside down. Black cats are the hardest to adopt but this guy is a gem who is just waiting to found. Patches is up to date on all his vaccines, neutered and microchipped. All he is waiting for is a special someone to love him forever!

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