Orange County Government, Florida

Rescue Partners

Advocacy groups, sponsors, etc.

OCAS Partners

Orange County Animal Services is thrilled to partner with rescue groups to help place homeless shelter pets in loving, forever homes. Currently more than 60 rescue groups have registered with the shelter. Through their efforts, approximately 1,500 pets were saved during the 2013 calendar year.

Here is a full list of our rescue partners.

Become a Rescue

Rescue groups interested in pulling animals from Orange County Animal Services will need to complete the registration process. This is to ensure all animals rescued from the shelter are in the best hands possible. Registering is quick and simple!

The steps to becoming a registered rescue partner are outlined in the Rescue Registration Process.

Begin the registration process by completing the Application for Rescue Partnership.

Download a copy of the Rescue Agreement.

Find out more about Orange County's rescue program by checking out the Rescue Guidelines.

For information on the rescue program, please contact Kristin Tsukamoto at or (407) 254-9143.

Additional Partners

PetSmart and PetCo

Orange County Animal Services partners with multiple Orlando locations to offer cat adoptions. Cat adoptions are held daily during normal store hours.

  • PetSmart - 6134 E. Colonial Dr, Orlando 32807
  • PETCO - 4616 Millenia Plaza Way, Orlando 328399
  • PetSmart - 3232 E. Colonial Dr, Orlando 32803
  • PETCO - 1778 W. Sand Lake Rd, Orlando 32809

CARE Feline TNR, Inc.

"TNR" stands for “trap, neuter, return.” Orange County Animal Services is proud to partner with CARE Feline TNR, Inc. to assist in their goal of improving the lives of feral and abandoned cats. CARE can be reached at (407) 522-2617 for more information.

Contact Us

Orange County Animal Services
Pet Rescue & Adoption Center
2769 Conroy Road
Orlando, FL 32839-2162

Phone: (407) 836-3111

All e-mail sent to this address becomes part of Orange County public record. Comments received by our e-mail subsystem can be read by anyone who requests that privilege. In compliance with "Government in the Sunshine" laws, Orange County Government must make available, at request, any and all information not deemed a threat to the security of law enforcement agencies and personnel.