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Re-homing your cat

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Before you go to a shelter

Sometimes circumstances make it difficult for you to keep your cat. When that happens, we are here to help. There may be another option for you to keep your cat or re-home without ever going through a shelter. Please take a look at the resources below.

Solve Cat Behavior Issues Help Pay for Vet Care Other Rescue Groups and Shelters Re-homing Advice
Solve behavior issues »
Tips and information to help resolve undesirable behavior
Pay for veterinary care »
Resources for low-cost vet care or assistance paying for emergency care
Other groups/shelters »
Other local shelters and groups to help you find a home for your cat
Re-homing advice »
Information about how to re-home responsibly without going through a shelter

Re-homing a cat through a shelter

Your situation may not allow for you to re-home a cat on your own. When that happens, you may decide that a shelter is the best option for your cat. 

Most of the cats and kittens that we take in come from other animal shelter and rescue groups, though we do assist individual cat owners as space allows. CAT is currently reviewing requests to take in cats age 5 years and younger.

CAT intake is by appointment only—we are unable to accommodate walk-ins.

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