Please email the completed application to:
Important information when considering adoption:
Adopting a rescued kitten or cat is an extremely worthwhile decision, but it also comes with a lot of responsibility. A cat can (and will) live to be 15-20 years of age. Throughout the various stages of your cat's life (kitten, adult, senior), you will undoubtedly run into many issues that leave you questioning how to proceed. Below you will find some information to help you navigate your way toward being the best pet owner you can be!
***the steps outlined in #2 will involve an initial interview by email
I am planning to adopt a kitten / cat. What do I need to get ready for the adoption?
Here is a list of highly suggested items that you will need, and should have, prior to adopting your cat:
Cat carrier - Preferably a hard carrier rather than the soft carriers. Carriers are important for your cat's safety when travelling. You should never take your cat into the car unless they are in a carrier - for your safety and for theirs. Also it's good to have in the house in case of any emergency if you have to get the animal out of the house in a rush.
Food and Water Dishes - We recommend stainless steel food and water dishes, as plastic dishes can be harmful to your pet (ceramic and stoneware dishes are also favourable to plastic)
Litter, litter box & scoop - Make certain that the litter box is deep enough, and a covered litter box which you can purchase at your local pet shop, is likely to reduce the mess
Scratching post - We recommend that you have at least 1 scratching post for your kitten/cat, which will help reduce and eliminate the cat from scratches other surfaces. Please note that we do not support the declawing of cats. We can coach you on various tricks to curb your cat's clawing behaviour!
Toys - Juvenile and adult cats love to play so make sure there are lots of toys around! The various dollar stores and dollaramas have a good selection of inexpensive cat toys, and cat always love to chase around a tin foil ball!
Cat tree - Although a cat tree isn't required, cats do love to climb and if they can see out your windows they will watch the birds all day long!
Spray Bottle - Good as a training tool.