Adopt a Dog or Cat in India, Dogs for Adoption Near You

Your Pet Adoption Journey With ThePetNest

Adopt a dog or cat who's right for you. Simply enter your city above to start your search.
Once you find a pet, click "show number" to get contact info for their pet parent or rescue. Contact them to learn more about how to meet and adopt the pet.
The rescue or pet parents will walk you through their adoption process. Prepare your home for the arrival of your fur baby to help them adjust to their new family.
ThePetNest will help your pet to settle down in its new home, once you complete the Adoption journey reach out to us for free vet consultation.

How it works?


Simply enter your city start your search


Schedule your appointment to meet the pet you love


Finnaly adopt the dog or cat you love

I am very happy to adopt Olivia. I was fortunate enough to find her on ThePetNest.
Ritika Singh

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Ritika Singh in Pune, India


Approximately 1478 dogs & cats die every day on road in India. ThePetNest is on a mission to provide every dog and cat a home before 2035. It’s just one of the many ways ThePetNest! gives back and helps you become a part of something larger. Join ThePetStar Community and help setting up Pet houses in your surrounding for strays.

Did you know that over 2000 people per hour in India run a search right here looking to adopt a pet? Pet adoption is becoming the preferred way to find a new pet. Adoption will always be more convenient than buying a puppy for sale from a pet shop or finding a kitten for sale from a litter. Pet adoption brings less stress and more savings! So what are you waiting for? Go find that perfect pet for home!

No, there is no fee for pet adoption on ThePetnest. However, if you adopt from a different city pet owner/rescuer can ask for travel charges. In case if you find someone asking for charges you can write us at

You need to be at least 18+ years old to adopt

We understand it can be hard to get an adjusted pet in the new home and vice versa, as long as your reason for returning is reasonable, you'll be welcome to put it up for adoption again