Complete and submit the Adoption Application online. Please fill it out completely – the more information we have, the easier it will be for us to make a good match.
If you have not yet met the cat(s) or dog(s) you wish to adopt, come to an adoption event or contact us to schedule a visit to meet the cat(s) and dog(s). Everyone is welcome at our adoption events.
If your application is approved, we will contact you to schedule a home visit. One of our experienced volunteers will stop by your home to ensure that you are able to provide a safe and nurturing environment for the cat/dog. We may also provide suggestions for integrating the cat/dog into your home environment.
We will also have you sign an Adoption Agreement detailing the terms of the adoption.
We ask for a minimum tax-deductible, charitable donation* of $ 125.00 for the adoption of an individual cat/dog, or $200 for the adoption of a pair (two cats adopted together). Donations may be made online (via a secure PayPal transaction) or in-person via cash or check.
*Additional donations are highly encouraged, as they enable us to rescue another ca/dog from the shelter or the streets and provide our cats and dogs with comprehensive medical care. The combination of medical care and supplies for each cat typically costs us over $200 per cat/dog. Unfortunately, some cats/dogs come out of the shelter very sick and require thousands of dollars of medical care. Because our organization is a non-profit run entirely by volunteers, we rely solely on donations to continue saving abandoned and neglected animals. We were able to rescue the cat/dog you are applying for because of someone else’s donation. Donations are non-refundable.
About Your Adoption
We will give or mail you a copy of your Adoption Agreement, a letter confirming your donation, and medical records and microchip information.
In addition to receiving individualized medical care, each of our cats/dogs is spayed/neutered, microchipped, tested for Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV)/Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV), treated for fleas and worms, and vaccinated.