Adopt A Friend

Take an abandoned animal into your heart and home.

Until the Animal Welfare Association is able to build its own shelter,

Please consider adopting from the

            Poplar Bluff Animal Control

            Poplar Bluff Animal Control


Take Westwood Boulevard (Bus. Rte. 67) south to Baldwin Ford. Go west on Butler Street, as if going to the service department of the dealership; keep going to the end of the street.

For more information on hours, adoption fees and other matters, call the shelter at (573) 686-8635.

Animals are such agreeable friends ― they ask no questions, they pass no criticisms.
— George Eliot

Remember, adopting a pet is a long-term commitment. You will need to provide it food, shelter, yearly vaccinations and one-time neutering or spaying.

(Financial assistance for neutering or spaying is available through the AWA for those who qualify.)