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Operation Liberation, Inc.


Our Mission

Operation Liberation is dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating and finding permanent homes for non-human animals and providing relief and assistance to humans and non humans in low income, vulnerable and disaster stricken communities.

Adoption Policy

Please review the adoption policies listed on our website at If you are interested in adopting a feline, please complete our application on our website at To apply to adopt a dog, please complete the dog adoption application at

We are a small, volunteer-operated non-profit. Please be patient while we review your application. To follow up regarding your application submittal, email or

If you are interested in adopting with us, please consider the following before submitting an adoption application.

You must be at least 21 years of age.

Adoptions are currently limited to the United States. In some rare cases, Canadian adoptions will be considered.

You must be willing to spend the time and money necessary to provide care to the animals you'll be adopting for the rest of their lives. On average, cats live between 13-17 years. On average, dogs live between 10-13 years.

Our adoptable animals' needs are our top priority. We believe in a quality-over-quantity model for adoption. We take the time necessary to evaluate potential adopters based on several factors. Each animal has different needs, unique personalities and may be best suited for a high or low-energy home.

Kittens thrive with a feline friend. Therefore, we do not adopt single kittens unless you have another playful cat or kitten at home. Preference is typically given to adopters who are interested in adopting a pair of kittens from our organization.

Adult cats who prefer the company of other cats over being alone are also adopted to homes with another feline.

If a specific cat or dog thrives as a solo animal or does not get along with cats, dogs or kids, we will state that in their adoption listing.

If for any reason, you can no longer care for the individual(s) you adopted from Operation Liberation, you must surrender them back to our organization. You will sign a contract stating this. We will make plans to accommodate their return to us to avoid costs or logistics creating a barrier that would potentially lead to them being surrendered elsewhere.

Be open to keeping in touch with us, as we love to hear updates from adopters!

If your application is being considered, you will be contacted to set up a virtual meet and greet, which is hosted using Zoom. For local adoptions, in-person meet and greets take place after the initial, virtual meeting.

Virtual meet and greets help us get to know you more to determine if you are the right adopter for the cat or dog you've applied to adopt. This call does not guarantee that you have been approved to adopt.

Florida based adopters must be willing to meet volunteers within a reasonable distance. We can arrange "relays" to assist in transporting the animal to you at no additional cost, however, we expect that you will drive at least an hour to meet your new baby. If you are unable to travel, we can assist in making additional accommodations.

Out of state transports are available for an additional fee. Options will be discussed with approved applicants and vary based on ground or air travel. Our adoption fees are always within the regional average, so you should not expect to pay an inflated adoption fee, regardless of transportation mode.

Adoption fees range. This will be discussed during the initial meet and greet call. Out-of-state adoptions are typically higher, as they include the cost of transport and a USDA health certificate.

Every cat and dog will receive the following care before adoption unless otherwise stated:

Sterilized (spayed or neutered).

Age appropriate, core vaccinations.

Testing for Feline Leukemia and FIV (for cats).

Age appropriate testing for dogs (heartworm or 4DX).

Fecal float to test for intestinal parasites.

Treatment for internal and external parasites. In some cases, treatment or preventatives will be sent home with the adopter to continue at home. 

Microchip with free lifetime registration. 

Any other necessary care (emergency care, wound care, treatment of infections/illnesses, enucleation surgeries, etc.).

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