Name of cat you are interested in adopting; if you are not sure of a particular cat, enter "View": Physical Address and Mailing Address The Same? County Your Age: Primary contact number: Alternate contact number: Email A home visit may be required prior to adoption. Are you agreeable to this? Will your cat be indoors/outdoors: Have you ever had a cat declawed? List any pets you own or have owned in the past five years and their ages. Where are these animals now? How many of these pets are spayed/neutered? Have you ever given up a pet? Are all of your animals current on vaccinations? Please select your current or past veterinarian. If not on the list, select "Other" or if you do not have a veterinarian, select "Do Not Have A Vet": (Select One) Astoria Animal Hospital 503-325-1581 Bayshore Animal Hospital 503-861-1621 Columbia Veterinary Hospital 503-325-2250 Country Pet Veterinary Clinic 360-484-7228 Oceanside Animal Clinic 360-642-2232 Seaside Pet Clinic 503-738-8846 Vetters Animal Hospital 360-942-3440 Willapa Veterinary Service 360-942-2321 Other Do Not Have A Veterinarian Is your account with your veterinarian clinic listed in your name? If available, please provide current pet(s) copy of vaccination record.
List animals who frequently visit your home, include breed, age and their personality/behavior. Please describe family, friends and children that are frequent visitors to your home including ages of children. Number of Adults in Household: Are there children in your household? What type of personality do you want your cat to have? (i.e., calm, playful, affectionate, quirky, household ruler, siamese) I prefer a cat about this size: My ideal cat about this old: I prefer a cat who's coat is: I am open to adopting a cat with special needs that can include dietary restrictions or pets with medical needs: How many hours each day will your cat be alone? If your cat has a potty accident in your home, what type of action do you plan to take? If you new cat fancies your priceless heirloom furniture/brand new couch as a scratching post, what will you do? Where will your new cat sleep at night? Are you willing to work through your new pet's issues, if any? Are you aware that a new environment may be stressful for your pet, and they may exhibit uncharacteristic behavior? Do you understand that a cat can be an 18 year commitment and can cost $300 to $500 per year to care for? Under what circumstances would you not keep your new cat? Please consider all possible future situations: financial status, moving, health changes, job changes, children, etc. If you have to give up your cat or are no longer able to care for your cat, what is your plan for the care of your cat?
Please consider creating a long-term care plan for your beloved animal family members.
I am 18 years or more of age. I agree the animal I am adopting will reside in my home as a pet. It is solely my responsibility to provide adequate food, water, shelter, training, affection, safety and medical care. SPCHS is in no way liable or responsible for any damage, accident or injury resulting from the placement of a cat into my household and I/we agree to indemnify and hold harmless SPCHS and it's officers, members, and/or agents from any claims for damages arising from actions of a cat adopted by me/us. SPCHS may in the future contact us to check on the cat adopted. If for any reason, we are no longer able to provide a home to the cat adopted through SPCHS, we shall immediately notify them of the situation and make arrangements to return the cat to SPCHS.
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