To speed up the adoption application processing time we are requiring adopters send us (when applicable) any current pets (cats and dogs) current vaccine records and proof of spay/neuter. We don't require dogs in the home to be spayed/neutered if you are adopting a cat. We just want to ensure you are not breeding your pets. We also require you to email us a copy of your lease/rental agreement or have your landlord email us stating that you are legally allowed to get a (or another) pet in your home. If you own your home, please send us proof of this. If you live with family, friends, or parents please have them send us an email from their account with the agreement that they are allowing you to adopt a pet into the home.
Once you fill out an adoption application and submit your required documents your application is complete and we will review them and follow up with you within 24-48 hours.
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We work mostly with TNR (Trap, Neuter/Spay, and RELOCATE) of abandoned, stray, and feral cats living in dangerous situations and locations. Sewers, alleys, under bridges, in parking lots, beside highways and in cat-unfriendly neighborhoods are just some of the places we have rescued kitties from. We trap them using live traps or nets, and then get them much needed vetting - so no more kittens! When trapping cats we find that many times there are just one or two in the area, but most times there is a whole colony of 6-30 cats of various ages. For the kittens that are under about 6 months old we set them up indoors with a foster family, and work to socialize them to be placed in an indoor-only forever home. For the older kitties that are set in their ways and not open to trusting people, they are placed at a barn foster until we find a forever farm for them to live out the rest of their days in safety.
Forever farms do not have any fees for adopting, nor the adoption deposit. We require a minimum of 2 cats be relocated together. They may not be bonded, but this way they have a friend and companion that is also new to the area. We have many cats that are full on feral and will only be seen from afar once acclimated and released. But we also have many cats that are semi-friendly and are essentially just outdoor cats. When setting them up we provide a large cage to acclimate them to the area, as well as the initial necessary supplies: Litter box, litter, food, bowls, bedding. After a minimum of 3-4 weeks in which they are acclimated the kitties can be released from the cages. We then will pick up the cage and any unused supplies you do not wish to keep. Cats are fully vetted, including: tested for FeLV, FIV, treated for intestinal and external parasites, up to date on rabies and FVRCP, spayed/neutered and ear tipped. We can, upon request, microchip the cats. Most cats are FeLV and FIV negative, but we do have a few that are FIV positive and healthy, and still need forever homes too! FIV positive cats can successfully and safely live with other cats! Ask us for more info!