Please be sure to have the cat spayed or neutered before adoption – there are many organizations which do so for little or even no cost. Resources permitting, CatPAWS can help with spay/neuter cost. We also recommend charging a nominal ‘rehoming’ fee of $25-50 to weed out people who may have less than good intentions for the cat, like selling to research labs or using as dogfighting bait. Yes, people do that.
In order to help with screening and interviewing potential adopters, you may use a ‘generic’ adoption application, which can be downloaded from this page.
he or she will need immediate and monitored care in order to have a chance of survival. Please see Guide on kitten care which can be used as a reference.
Thank you for taking on the responsibility of caring for these abandoned cats and kittens. It is difficult and sometimes heartbreaking but rewarding, too. No matter what the outcome you will know you were part of the solution and made a difference in the life of an animal that needed help.