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Don’t put it off any longer; adopt a furry friend today!
Countless animals are in need of a loving home. Adopting a pet today means not only giving a worthy animal a second opportunity, but also getting a devoted friend who will provide you pleasure and happiness for years to come.

It is as Easy as 1-2-3!

1. Your Preferences
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2. Select a Match
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3. Communicate
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How to Adopt a Cat?

Adopting a cat is a serious decision that demands much consideration and preparation.

Select what kind of cat you want:

Before you start the adoption procedure, you should decide what kind of cat you want. Size, energy level, and general compatibility with your lifestyle are all important considerations.

Research adoption organizations:

Pet adoption services are provided by a variety of organizations, including animal shelters, rescue groups, and breed-specific organisations. Investigate many groups in your region to pick one that shares your beliefs and tastes.

Prepare your house:

Make sure your living environment is suitable for a furry buddy before bringing your new pet home.

How to Rehome a Cat?

Rehoming a pet can be a difficult but sometimes necessary step for both the animal’s and the owner’s well-being.

Here’s a guide to ensure a responsible rehoming process:

Evaluate the situation:

Consider the reasons behind rehoming and whether issues such as behavior, health, or lifestyle changes can be addressed through professional help.

Locate an appropriate new home:

Find a place where your cat will receive love and proper care to meet their needs.

Thoroughly vet potential adopters:

Before handing over your pet, verify references, inspect the home, and have the adopters sign a formal adoption agreement.

Maintain contact:

Keep in touch with the new family and offer ongoing support as needed to ensure the pet’s happiness in their new home.

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PetMeetly made finding our new pup a breeze! The search filters allowed us to find the perfect breed and location, and the detailed profiles gave us all the information we needed to make a confident decision. Thank you, PetMeetly!

Sarah B.

Los Angeles

Petmeetly was a lifesaver when we needed to rehome our dog. The team was incredibly understanding and found a loving new home for our furry friend within just a few days. Thank you, Petmeetly!

David Johnson

Chicago, IL

I adopted my new best friend Rony through PetMeetly and I couldn’t be happier. The platform was user-friendly and the support team was incredibly helpful.

Maria T.

New York

Frequently Asked Questions about Cat Adoption

At what age can kittens be adopted?

Kittens are typically adoptable between the ages of 8 and 12 weeks, after they have been weaned from their mother and have had their first set of vaccinations. This is a good age for kittens to settle in and connect with their new family.

What do I need to know before adopting a kitten?

Consider issues such as compatibility with your lifestyle and house, cost of ownership, and daily care needs before adopting a cat. To discover the appropriate match, research various breeds and adoption groups, and make sure your house is equipped with necessities like as food, litter, and a secure and pleasant living place. Consider the long-term commitment necessary to keep a pet, such as vet appointments and regular care throughout their lives.

What questions to ask before adopting a cat?

Before adopting a cat, ask yourself the following questions to verify that the cat is a suitable match for you and your family:

  1. What is the cat’s age, breed, and history?
  2. Is the cat’s vaccines and health exams up to date?
  3. Has the cat been exposed to other animals or children?
  4. Does the cat exhibit any unusual behavior?
  5. What is the adoption cost and what does it cover?
  6. What is the procedure for adoption and what are the requirements?

Asking these questions will help you make an educated choice and guarantee a joyful adoption.

What are the costs associated with adopting or rehoming a cat or kitten?

The cost of adopting a cat or kitten varies based on the source and location, however most adoption fees include the cost of spay/neuter surgery, immunizations, and other veterinarian care. Some adoption agencies may charge extra fees for microchipping or other services. Aside from the adoption fee, there are continuous expenses connected with cat ownership, such as food, litter, toys, and regular veterinarian care. Before adopting a cat, it is important to evaluate these expenditures and assess if you are financially equipped to meet the cat’s demands for the rest of its life.

How often should I take my cat to the vet?

It is advised that you take your cat to the veterinarian once a year for a basic check-up, but it is preferable to talk with your veterinarian for a personalized program that takes your cat’s particular requirements into consideration. Additional visits may be necessary if your cat has a health problem or requires vaccinations or preventative care. Changes in behavior, appetite, or appearance should be monitored closely since they might signal a health condition that requires immediate veterinarian intervention.

Kindly Note: The cats listed on this page or any other locations listed on our website, are not pre-screened, and we accept no responsibility for the breeders’ certifications, guarantees, commitments, quality of service, or reputation. We highly recommend you interview them and ascertain cat breed standards before dealing with them.

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