ASAP Adoption Application
We are experiencing a higher than usual number of adoption applications with minimal staffing. We are focused on getting our cats into forever homes as quickly as we can, and appreciate your patience.
Currently all of our adoptable cats are in foster homes while the Covid-19 guidelines are in place and our shelter is closed to the public. We will respond to all inquires in the order they are received, and in the meantime we invite you to browse our adoptable cats on our website at
First and last name
First and last name
Please enter your full address
Best Contact Number
Name of local veterinarian
May ASAP call for a reference?
ASAP reserves the right to confirm landlord approval/home ownership. Do you:
Landlord's Name & Contact #
** ABOUT YOUR HOME **
The following questions will tell us more about your home and lifestyle.
Children and Lifestyle (please check all that apply)
Household with Young Children (5 years old and under)
Household with Older Children
Adult Only Household
Busy Active Lifestyle
Fairly Active Lifestyle
Smaller living space (condo/apartment/trailer)
On average, how many waking hours are spent at home each day?
Do you currently have other cats?
If yes, how many other cats do you have?
If yes, are they male or female? Please also describe their age and personalities.
If yes, do you allow your cats outside access or have a cat door?
Do you current have any dogs?
If yes, how many dogs do you have?
If yes, what is the breed/age of your dog(s)?
If yes, do they have a history of living with cats?
** ABOUT YOUR IDEAL CAT **
The following questions will help us determine what qualities you are looking for in a cat, and find the best match!
Please list any specific cats you are interested in adopting.
Your cat's ideal qualities (please mark all that apply).
Good with dogs
Good with other cats
Good with children
Working Cat/Barn Cat
Likes to be held
Young adult (1-2 years old)
Adult (2-8 years old)
Special needs (behavioral or medical)
"I want to be an ASAP Angel!" If you would be willing to give a home to a 'harder to adopt' cat that has been waiting at the shelter for a home please describe what you would be open to (for example, seniors, shy cats, likely to hide during adjustment period, "cattitude", medical issues requiring regular medications, and so on).
Are there any specific topics you'd like to discuss with an ASAP Adoption Counselor?
Litter Box Training
Cats and Children
Giving a Cat as a Gift
Keeping Cats Indoors
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