Hours Fees Application Description
The Cats listed on this Website are at several different locations so please call the phone numbers listed for each cat and make an appt with the foster mother to meet the cat or kitten. Be sure to call the foster home before visiting to confirm that the cat or kitten is still available for adoption. We can't hold kittens, so if someone is approved to adopt and visits before you, they will have first pick of the kittens. If you have an approved application and have visited the kitten, most foster parents will hold the kitten until the kitten is ready to go to your home. Be sure to fill out the application completely. Incomplete applications will delay the adoption. If possible, fill out the application before visiting the cat or kitten. That will increase your chances of being able to take home the kitty on the same day. Once an application is approved you can make an appointment to meet and adopt a kitten. We do check references and may do a home visit, so same day adoptions are not always possible. All foster homes are independent, so check with the foster home. If it says that the cat is at the Cat Clinic call Janet at 206-679-0849 to meet the cat. Also, ask her about which cats are available in our "seniors for seniors" program.
Unless otherwise posted, the adoption fee varies from $75-$100 for adult cats and $100-$125 for kittens. Email the foster home for adoption fees on other animals. This includes spay and neutering, first vaccines, worming, flea treatment and age appropriate viral testing. Adult cats are combo tested for FeLV/FIV, while kittens are screened for feline leukemia. Adoption fees cover the vet services provided for the cat or kitten you adopt. Since we also provide veterinary services for stray and feral cats for whom an adoption fee is never collected, your adoption fee may also help cover the costs to spay, neuter and vaccinate these less fortunate cats. If you are unable to adopt at this time but would like to support our efforts consider becoming a foster family. program.
Many of our foster homes accept email or printed adoption questionnaires. It is best to email these ahead of time before setting up a meeting. You can copy and paste the questionnaire into your email and send it to the foster home. **For a fast response, please be sure to email the questionnaire to the foster home listed in the post. Questionnaires sent directly to Cat Tales will take longer because they will have to look up the location of the cat and forward your email to the appropriate foster home.
**Please contact the foster home directly. Email addresses and/or phone numbers are listed at the end of the write-ups for each individual cat.
Cat Tales Adoption Questionnaire
Cat Tales is a small organization and most of our cats are in foster care. Since all of our adoption counselors work full time, it is not always possible to get same day approval.
Name or description of cat(s) applying for:
Address (inc. zip):
Home Phone :
Employer & Occupation:
How long? Name/s & Age's of other household residents.
Any smokers in your household? _________ 1. Where do you live? ___house ___townhouse /condo ___apartment ___mobile home
2. Do you own or rent your residence? ____own ____rent
a. if rent, name of landlord and phone number?
b. are pets allowed? ____yes ____no ____not sure
c. is there an additional charge for pets? ____yes ____no ____not sure
3. Describe those pets you still own:
Indoor-Only ______yes or Indoor & Outdoor _____ yes 4. Describe those pets you no longer own:
Indoor-Only or Indoor & Outdoor
Where are they now?
Date & age at death/giveaway
5. Have you ever adopted an animal from a rescue/animal control agency? yes no If yes, which organization?
List name & phone number of each vet where your animal(s) received care over the last 5 years:
* Clinic name(s) & Number
* Phone number (inc. area code) for each:
* What owner name(s) are records listed under:
* Date of last vet visit:
6. What kind of food do you plan to give your cat?
Do you have a favorite brand?
7. Where do you plan to put the litterbox?
8. Have you owned a declawed cat in the past? _____ yes ____ no
Are you planning on declawing? ____ yes ____ no ____ not sure
9. On average, how much time will the cat spend outdoors each day?
Do you have a cat/dog door?
10. How many hours will the cat be left unattended?
When no one is home, where will the cat be kept?
11. When you are home, where will the cat be kept?
Where will the cat sleep?
12. If you move, what will you do with the cat?
13. What kind of behavior issues do you expect may come with a new cat/kitten and how will you deal with them?
14. Please list what kind of routine veterinary care you plan to provide for your cat (including flea control, shots, etc., if known)
I pledge that the above information is true and complete. Further, I give permission to Cat Tales to contact my landlord and my veterinarian (as appropriate). I agree to return the cat to Cat Tales if I am unable to keep him/her.
Cat Tales Rescue
Bothell, WA 98021
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Fees Application Description