Cat/Kitten Adoption Application Form
If you are interested in adopting a cat or kitten, please fill out this form. The application form will be reviewed by our team. If this adoption is approved, the next step would be to complete a Finalization Form, and submit or include the adoption fee. Please complete the entire form, and ensure that all the information is as detailed and as accurate as possible.
Email address *
Name of Adoptive Animal *
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Name of Adoptive home applicant(s) *
Please provide First AND Last Name
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Address *
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City *
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Postal Code *
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Physical Address, if different from above
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If less than 2 years, please list former address
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Cell Phone Number *
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Home or Alternative Phone Number
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Adopter Age Group (must be over 18) *
Other members living in the adoptive home, include roommates and children and ages *
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Please describe your home. *
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Do you own or rent *
If you rent, we require written permission from your landlord or a copy of your lease allowing this adoption. PetSmart staff, please attach a copy to this application form.
Are there restriction, covenants or by-laws limiting the number and size of cats you are allowed where you live? *
If yes, what is the limit allowed?
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Please indicate previously owned pets and why they are no longer with you (passed away at an old age, accidental death, rehomed privately, surrendered to a shelter, euthanized, etc).
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How long have you been thinking of adopting a cat/kitten? *
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Please list your current pets, including breed, gender and age and if they are spayed or neutered
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What steps will you take to introduce your current pet with this new cat/kitten?
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Describe how you might respond to accidents your cat may have such as litter box accidents, scratching, etc. *
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What will you feed your cat? *
Some human foods and antifreeze are toxic to cats, please research to ensure that these are not ingested.
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Cats can live for 15 to 20 years especially with regular vet care and when they remain indoors. Are you prepared to make a commitment to this cat for the rest of its life? *
Your cat may need time to adjust to your new home and rules and to get used to other animals in your home. Do you understand and accept that they may damage your carpets, furniture and belongings? *
You are responsible to ensure your cat receives medical care should they become ill or injured, and we recommend regular check ups and vaccinations as recommended by your vet. Do you know who will be your vet? And if so, who? *
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Why do you want to adopt this cat/kitten? *
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Please describe your thoughts about the most important responsibilities about owning this cat/kitten? *
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REFERENCES
Please provide two references NOT living with you, including contact numbers.
Reference 1: Name *
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Reference 1: Phone Number *
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Reference 2: Name *
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Reference 2: Phone Number *
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Disclaimer *
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A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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