Name(s) of person(s) applying:*
Please list the types of other pets/animals in household and ages. (If none, use N/A):*
Please give names and ages of all household members*
Do you rent or own?*
Contact information of Landlord (use N/A if you own)*
Who will be the primary caregiver of the animal you are applying for?*
Would you ever declaw a cat?
Who cares for your animals in case of an emergency where you must leave or on vacations where you can’t take them along?*
A cat can live up to 20 years. Please consider your ability to afford proper care for your pet. Annual veterinary care is usually from $120 to $250. Accidents and other bad things can happen. Would a vet bill of $600 be a disaster?*
Under what circumstances would you consider surrendering an animal?
Please list your current veterinarian and contact information.*
Please list three references and their contact information (not including family members), at least two of whom know you as a caregiver for pets or animals (this could be a groomer, trainer, pet sitter, fellow pet owner, etc):*
The noise/active level in my house is normally*
Are you aware of any allergies you have to cats or any other animals?*
Do you work from home? If not, how long away daily?*
Name(s) of animal you are interested in adopting (if specific):
If you do not have a particular kitten in mind please let us help find you the best fit! Please fill out the next 5 questions so we can find a good fit your 'fur'ever friend.
Do you prefer:
Choose all that apply:
What characteristics or temperament are your expecting of this companion?
I would like a cat who:
Choose all that apply:
Is fairly active
Is an enthusiastic player
Prefers mostly family
Needs encouragement w/ strangers
Is a cuddler
Enjoys a little lap time
Is more independent
Is a chatterbox
Bad kitty habits I just can’t stand include:
**Before adoption please consider this: indoor cats can routinely live into their late teens. If your current housing situation is temporary please carefully consider if you will be able to take your cat with you to new housing. The adoption rate for cats over 9 months of age is often less than 20%! And the most common reason for relinquishment to a shelter is ‘moving and cannot take with’. If you have any doubt of your ability to provide a forever home please consider fostering instead of adoption. We are always looking for kitten fosters! You can find out more about fostering on our Foster Page **
Please consider that children under age 6 or 7 have a hard time handling a kitten (under 6 months old) in such a way as to avoid hurting it; squeezing, poking,and other things children like to do can injure a kitten, and worse, may cause it to scratch or bite in self-defense, injuring the child. Small children can also fall with kittens and badly injure them. An adult cat who is calm and experienced can avoid the child is a much better choice for under-6 kids!