In order to be considered for an adoption, you must :
1.Be at least 18 years of age.
2.Have the consent of all adults living in your household.
3. Understand that filling out this application, does not guarantee adoption and that Newburgh SCATS must approve your application.
Whether you plan to adopt a cat, or a kitten it is essential that you keep in mind that you will be making a 10-20 year PERMANENT commitment this animal
If you live with your parents you must have written permission from them
If you rent, you must supply the following information about your Landlord
List 2 personal references and their relationship to you
If adopted this cat will be kept :
Is there anyone living in your
home that has a Allergy to Cats
What is your Lifestyle like
Do you currently have pets at home now ?
Are these pets up to date on shots
Have the cats been tested for Aids/Leukemia
Are there any other pets in the last 5 years not listed that you no longer have?
Where are they Now? Check all that apply
If you became unable to take care of this cat due to serious illness or death is there any family member or friend that would step in to take care of this cat?
Are you interested in adopting A
Why do you want this cat?
*If this adoption is approved and you cannot keep this cat, you must notify Newburgh SCATS Inc. before any decisions is made on where this cat is to go. No SCATS cat is to be surrendered to ANY animal Shelter or just given away.
Contact us at this web site.www.newburghscats.com
By signing below, I certify that the above information given is true and correct and I realize that any misrepresenting of facts will result in my losing the privilege of adopting a pet. Also if we are notified of abuse of cat or kitten or a false representation of adoption application has occurred after adopting from Newburgh SCATS we will have the right to remove cat from adopter.
I also give my veterinarian permission to release any vet care records a information about my current and past pets to Newburgh SCATS. I understand that Newburgh SCATS has the right to deny my request to adopt.
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