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Cat Adoption Application - Please note you must be 25 years of Age or Older to Adopt - License will be required at time of adoption

Please indicate the name(s) of the pet you are interested in adopting.
Why do you feel he/she would be a good fit for you and your family?:
What personality traits are you hoping for with your adopted cat?
First and Last Name of all members in the household:
Ages of All Members of your household:
How would you describe your household (very active, somewhat active, calm)? Explain.
Address (including County)
Best Phone Number to Reach You.
Email Address:
Current Occupation
Do you currently have any pets? Please list breed/age/any additional information
If you do not currently own a pet, have you owned a pet in the past? What is the reason you no longer own this pet?:
Please include your Veterinarians's Name; Office Name; Address; and Phone Number of clinic:
When was your last visit to your veterinarian?
What was the reason for your last visit to your veterinarian?
Do you currently own your own home?
If you rent your home, does your lease agreement allow pets? (a copy of this agreement will be requested prior to adoption.)
Do all members of the household agree to adopting a pet?
Will your new pet be indoor only or indoor/outdoor?:
Who will be the primary caretaker of your new adopted pet (ie feeding, play time, attention/affection)
Are there any health concerns regarding a pet for any family members (i.e. allergies)?
Have you ever adopted a pet and had to return the pet? If so, please describe the reason for return.
Are you willing to you to handle the situation if the cat urinates outside of the litterbox (i.e. veterniary care, various behaviorial techniques) ?
Are you willing to handle the situation if the cat nibbles or playfully swats while in your home?
Are you willing to handle the situation if the cat scratches on furniture or carpet (i.e. use a scratching post, etc.) ?
Are you willing to take the cat with you if you move from your current residence?
Are there any situations that would cause you to return the cat to Advocates 4 Animals? Is so, please describe.
If at any time you are unable to care for the cat, do you agree to return the cat to Advocates 4 Animals?
Please list any specific questions regarding the care for a rescue cat.
Please list any specific questions regarding the adoptable pet.
How did you hear about Advocates 4 Animals?:
Please note that adopting a pet is a commitment for the duration of the pets life. Please be sure you and each of your family members are fully committed to the feline adoption. Like people, pets are not perfect - they require love, devotion, commitment, and above all patience. There may be times when issues may arise such as clawing on furniture, urinating outside of the litterbox ( this occurs usually when there is a health problem such as a urinary infection), allergies, new additions to the family, moving to a new location or another issue that may be frustrating as a pet owner. In adopting a pet, we accept the good with the bad and commit to working with the feline through the bad. Adjusting to multiple new environments is difficult and stressful on the feline, therefore we make every attempt to find a forever home for our adoptable pets. When we rescue a cat into our organization, we make a 100% committment to them - that we will be sure they are adopted into a home that is committed to them for the duration of their natural lifespan. Do you agree to commit to the adopted pet - and keep him/her in a loving proper home environment for the duration of their natural lifespan?
Please note we take the above question very seriously - as in the past we have had a few adopters return their pet for reasons such as "too expensive for care) or "i'm moving and can't take them with me". The rescue/adoptable cats have been though a very tough start in life - and switching environments more than necessary is very difficult on the adopted pet. Please be CERTAIN that you are willing to commit to keeping your adopted pet for the duration of their natural lifespan. If you are uncertain, we urge you not to adopt - as adopting is a very important and serious decision.
Your First & Last Name
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