Operation Hood Adoption Application
Thank you for taking the time to submit an application to adopt a cat from Operation Hood, you will not only provide a cat a loving home, but will open up a space so we can bring in another cat who is in need of immediate care to find a forever home. All adoptions require the completion of an adoption application. All cats adopted through Operation Hood have been or will be (depending on age) spayed/neutered, micro-chipped, and receive FeLV/FIV tests, rabies vaccination, de-wormer, and flea & tick treatment. No cats will be adopted out until they are deemed healthy by the vet.

Adoption fees are as follows and covers the cost of vetting prior to adoption.  
Under 6 months – $150.00
6 months to 1 year – $100.00
Over 1 year – $75.00

Operation Hood Inc. is a 501(c)(3) charity registered with the IRS and the Virginia Department of Consumer Affairs.

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Email *
Full Name of Applicant *
Street Address *
City & State *
Zip Code *
Phone # and best time to be contacted *
Email Address
How long have you lived at the address provided?
Describe in detail what you are looking for in a cat? **Include Cat name you are interested in if seen at pet store or online. *
What kinds of pets do you have? (Please list and include age, sex, and breed) *
Have they been spayed/neutered?
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Are they current on vaccines?
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Have they been tested for feline leukemia?
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Have they been tested for FIV?
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If yes, what were the results?
Are they declawed?
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If yes, where are they declawed? Front/Back or Both?
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What happened to the pets you no longer have?
Have you ever surrendered your cat to a shelter?
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If yes, please explain.
Have you ever had a pet euthanized?
If yes, please explain.
If you currently own pets do you feel they will adjust to a new cat?
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Why do you want this cat (Check all that apply) *
If you selected "other" to the question above, please explain.
How many adults are in the house? *
Children? (Please specify ages) *
Does any member of your household have an allergy to cats? *
Where do you live? *
Do you rent or own your home? *
If you rent, may we contact the owner to obtain permission for this cat to live in your home?
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Owner's Name and Telephone #
What is your current occupation?
Name of Employer
Does your job require extensive travel?
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Where will your cat live? *
If you indicated "OTHER" to the Question: Where will your cat live please explain below.
Do you have screens on your windows? *
Do you have a cat OR dog door? *
If you selected yes, where does the door lead to.
Under what circumstances would you have the cat declawed? *
Are you aware of the potential side effects of declawing a cat? *
Who is your veterinarian? *
Phone Number of Veterinarian *
City & State *
If you go away for a few days, or on a vacation, who will take care of the cat? *
What arrangements will you make for the care of your pets in the case of an emergency, or if you become unable to care for him/her? *
If you move, are you prepared to take the cat with you? *
Have you ever applied to Operation Hood Inc. before to adopt a cat? If yes please explain. *
Are you willing to have a representative of Operation Hood Inc. do a home visit? *
Home visits are where we bring the cat to a potential adopters home for a meet and greet. We do not inspect homes we simply do home visits to have the opportunity to answer in person questions regarding the cat you are interested in adopting and to provide helpful tips regarding the transition into new placement. At the time of the home visit we will go over an adoption contract with the  potential adopter and the cat will remain in it's forever home after the contract is signed. **Due to Covid-19 and to follow the CDC's recommendation to practice social distancing we will set up a time to speak to potential adopters on the phone.
Are you aware that cats can live 15 – 20 years and are you willing to take responsibility for this cat for the next 10 – 20 years? *
Life brings a lot of change and along with that comes the responsibility we have to our pets. Operation Hood feels it is important to stress the life long commitment that comes with adopting any pet. Please keep this in mind when adopting a new family member. They are counting on you and provide endless amounts of unconditional love.
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A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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