What is The Pat Brody Shelter for Cats’s adoption process?
Standard Adoption Policies Due to COVID-19, adoptions are by appointment only. We do not have open viewing hours. You must be at least 21 years of age to adopt from us and must have your landlord’s permission if you are living in an apartment. We may request a written letter of consent from your landlord. Donation prices for our cats range from $200.00 - $300.00 depending on the age, health, breed and disposition of the cat. Special breeds and exotics can range from $350.00-$400.00. We are only able to accept cash or checks at this time. Prior to adoption, all of our cats and kittens have been vet checked, micro-chipped, had rabies and distemper shots, been tested for FeLV/FIV, treated for ear mites and fleas, de-wormed, spayed or neutered, and given any other necessary medical care. (The only exception is that some kittens are not yet old enough to have their rabies shot.) We reserve the right to refuse to adopt a cat to anyone we feel would not provide a good home. If you have other pets in your household, they must be up-to-date on vaccinations before you adopt a new kitty from us. We require that each adoptive person sign a contract that they will NOT surgically declaw any cat adopted from us. We would be happy to adopt to you a cat that came to us already declawed. Kittens under the age of 4-5 months MUST be adopted in pairs, unless you already have a young cat at home. We have seen that kittens do much better developmentally and socially when they have a playmate to interact and grow with. This is a general guideline, and some kittens 4 months and older must still be adopted in pairs if they are bonded to other cats. The youngest kittens we will ever adopt out are 8 weeks old. Kittens younger than this are infants and still rely on their mother for many things.
What is Dianne’s adoption fee?
The adoption organization hasn’t provided fee details on this pet yet, but you can reach out to them directly for more info.
Is Dianne good with kids?
We don’t have that info from the adoption organization yet, but you can reach out to them directly for details.
Is Dianne good with other animals?
That information hasn’t been provided by the adoption organization yet, but you can reach out to them directly for more info.
When can I meet Dianne?
As soon as the adoption organization has a chance to review your information, they’ll reach out with next steps and timing.
When can I adopt Dianne?
Time to adopt varies, but typically adoption organizations require an official application prior to adoption. If you’re a match, they’ll reach out with next steps and timing.