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Cat A Do Cat Adoption Policy
It is the policy of Cat A Do that all potential cat adopters complete the Cat/Kitten Adoption Consultation Form and complete an interview with an Adoption Coordinator in order to be considered as a forever home for our cats and kittens.
Cat A Do will determine the best home for each cat or kitten based on the application and interview process. After review of the adoption consultation form and the completion of the interview with the Adoption Coordinator, Cat A Do may recommend a different cat or kitten that is more suitable to your household. Adopters must be 21 or older to adopt
Completion of the application and interview process does not guarantee an adoption approval or guarantee the adoption of a particular cat or kitten. Cat A Do is a privately run, non-profit organization and reserves the right to refuse any adoption that is not in the best interest of the cat or kitten based on our principles, policies, and standards.
Cat Adoption Consultation Form Instructions
Please read the following instructions carefully.
A Cat A Do coordinator will contact you as soon as possible. It is highly recommended you bring your own copy of the completed Consultation Form with you when you're ready to pick up your newly adopted cat.
At Cat A Do, we believe there is a home for every animal we foster. Our foster program provides us the opportunity to evaluate the behavior of our cats and kittens in a family environment, allows us to address any unwanted behavioral issues, and allows us to provide adoptive parents with all the information necessary to make an informed adoption decision and insure that their new cat or kitten will be a good match with their family.Continue to Cat Adoption Consultation Form