Our Adoptions Process


Crossroads Campus partners with animal care facilities throughout Middle Tennessee to bring in dogs and cats of all breeds, sizes, ages and conditions.  We believe that each of these animals is unique and waiting for that ‘just right’ person to provide them with a loving, lifelong home. Our adoptable pets are available to meet by appointment at our Crossroads Pets- Shop & Adopt, Pet Retail Store. 
If you see a dog or cat that you’d like to meet, please fill out our adoption application.   Our Animal Programs Director will go through them in the order in which they came in and will contact approved applicants to set up appointments.  Applications will be kept on file for 6 months after submission.
Please note that we do not ‘hold’ pets, so we encourage same day adoptions if you find your match.  When you come to meet any of our adoptable pets, please bring the following: 
  • Valid ID with proof of address verifying that you are over 21 years of age
  • Phone number of 2 personal, non-relative references
  • Veterinarian reference (if you have a veterinarian)
  • Copy of lease agreement or condominium association codes validating that pets are allowed

See our available pets below!

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Our Adoptable Pets


About Arya

Much like my namesake I am an independent, curious young lady.   

I have been a well-loved family cat, but my owner was suddenly taken ill and is working hard to recover.  As hard as it was, she felt it would be best if I were in a home where I could be lavished with the attention and care I deserve.     

I love treats but can a bit picky on which ones…(a girl does have to watch her figure).  I am talkative and will keep you well informed. I do like to play, but sometimes I get a little worked up, so a home with children wouldn’t really suit me well.  And, I really need to be the only cat. 

While I was with a foster, I figured out how to open the bedroom door and showed them how much I love to jump and explore. 

I am about 4 years old, am spayed and up-to-date on all vaccines and am healthy as can be.   

Adoption Fees

Adoption fee is $90.

Leroy Jenkins

About Leroy Jenkins

Leroy is a young adult male (will be neutered) mix. What he is lacking in height he makes up for with personality!

Leroy is a smart young man that catches onto training very quickly. He is highly motivated by treats. Humpday is his favorite day of the week! We will be sure to ask him again after he is neutered. So far, he enjoys playing with dogs that are confident and enjoy close contact interactions. He does well with crate training and understands that the yard is for potty time. He has decided that anything with stuffing in it is considered a toy (ie bedding) so unsupervised time would be better without those items.

Adoption Fees

Adoption fee is $150.

Gordy – adoption pending

About Gordy

Phew!  That was RUFF!  I was out and about and all of a sudden, I had no idea where I was!  My people must have gotten lost, but they still haven’t found me so I came to Crossroads. 

I have a soft, shiny coat and a little nub of a tail much like an Australian Shepherd, but I’m only 15 pounds.  They say I’m a real looker but I’m a bit self-conscious and can still be a little nervous.  I’m about 5 years old, so I’m mature, but young at heart.  

I am a little untrusting, especially around men.   I don’t like hands coming right toward me (like when you put a leash on me), so a fenced yard to play in would be a big bonus.

Did I say that  I prefer to be the only dog in the house?  I really want to love a new family and to be loved, but I don’t really know what that looks like, so someone who can be patient with me and work at my own pace would be best.  I can’t wait to meet you!

Adoption Fees

Adoption fee is $150.


About Morticia

Some may think I’m intimidating, but that couldn’t be farther from the truth.  Just because I tend to be a bit aloof, and like to spend time alone doesn’t mean I’m not just as fond of affection and some quiet lap time once in a while. 

My namesake, Morticia Addams, is a purrfect example of my personality;  The real head of the family … low-voiced, incisive and subtle, smiles are rare…ruined beauty … contemptuous and original and with fierce family loyalty.

I tend to prefer solitude, but can you blame me?  I’ve had 3 kittens who were just so active!  I’m relishing a little time to myself now.

I’m a young mother – only about a year and a half old.  I had been an indoor/outdoor cat before and well, you can see where that got me.   I prefer to be an “IN” cat only from now on!   

Now that I’m at Crossroads, I’ve weaned my kittens, I’m no longer ridden with fleas or any other parasites and I’ve gained weight and have a soft, luxurious coat.  I can purr the day away with my new family once they find me. 

I am very clean with my litter box, I’m only occasionally chatty,  and quite witty, I am up-to-date on vaccinations, spayed and ready for my new home. 

Adoption Fees

Adoption fee is $90.


About Shorty

It’s been a hard knock life for me. I was spotted running and alluded capture for several months. When they finally caught me, I had a metal ring around my neck that was imbedded into my skin. I was sick, scared, in pain, and very shut down. Crossroads saw me and the deal was sealed…my “ruff” days are behind me.  I lived with a foster family for a while and loved the other dogs in the house.  They really helped me come out of my shell.

I’m a curious guy, but am very nervous with new things and new people so my person will have to be very patient and take it slow with me.  I love chew toys, bones and tugs, but will find a random shoe and carry it around if the people don’t pay attention.  I also love big dogs who play the way I do – “ruff and tumble”!

I’m about 2 years old, and perfect at about 35 pounds, up-to-date and neutered.   I’m ready to put the past behind me. Can I do it with you?

Adoption Fees

Adoption fee is $125.

Roscoe – Adopted

About Roscoe

My name is Roscoe, but you could call me just about anything and I’d be happy to just sit and listen to your lovely voice while I tilt my head and just take it all in.  The staff here thinks I could be call marshmallow because, I’m soft, fluffy and oh-so-sweet (but that’s not a very manly name).

I lived in a home where the other dog didn’t really like me, so I was brought to Animal Control.  I’m about 4 years old, I like other dogs and am playful and respectful of each one I’ve met since I’ve been here.

I have a BIG bark, but I don’t use it very often – really just to let someone know that I need a break.  I’m house trained, you see, so sometimes I have to let them know I need some help.

I am a very good boy and am not looking for perfection (although the staff here says I’m pretty close to perfection myself), I just want someone who will love me enough to let me warm their lap, give kisses and appreciate me for my amazing underbite and for just being the great little dog that I am.  I’ll need some quiet time while I go through my heart worm treatment(paid for by Crossroads) and recovery but I’m up-to-date on my vaccinations, and was just neutered.  My greatest wish would be a forever home before the holidays.  

Adoption Fees

Adoption fee is $150.

Check this page often and for more information, contact us or visit us at the Crossroads Pets – Shop & Adopt store.


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