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Adopt A Cat & Advice


Finding the Perfect Cat Can Be Easy, But There’s Lots to Consider!

Cats generally live between 12 and 18 years.
However, cats are living longer all the time and it is not unusual for a cat to live until 20 years old or older.
Take a moment to consider that you are prepared for this long-term commitment of your time, energy and finances.
You will need to consider providing things throughout the Cats life such as:
Food, Medical treatment, Grooming, General wellbeing and enrichment.
Only when you have considered it carefully, should you adopt a Cat.


Frequently Asked Questions
How Long Does the Process Take?

An adoption process has no time limit.
It will take time to make sure that the Cat is emotionally ready and all the medical treatment is complete before he/she leaves the care of CAFO Rescue.
We do a homecheck to make sure that your home is perfect for your new friend as all Cats have different needs.
You will be asked to come and meet your chosen friend before the adoption process is finalised so you and the Cat can get used to each other beforehand.

How Much Does Adopting Cost?

Our adoption fee is set at £90.
This covers the vet checks, spay/neuter, vaccinations, worm and flea treatments and microchip.

What Is the Difference Between Adopting and Fostering?

Fostering – Fostering is temporary and can be a very rewarding experience.
You will be responsible for looking after the Cats needs, evaluating the Cats behaviour and likes/dislikes so we can build an idea up of what sort of home the Cat requires in the future.
When the Cat is ready we will liase with you in order to integrate the Cat into his/her permanent home.
CAFO will be responsible for medical bills and food.

Adoption – When you adopt a Cat this is a permanent arrangement.
By adopting a Cat you will be the new forever home for a very grateful Cat who will be your friend for life.
You will be responsible for the Cats medical bills and food costs.

Will I need Additional Veterinarian Services?

All Cats are neutered/spayed, microchipped & vaccinated and treated for fleas & worms before they leave our foster homes.
If you offer a Cat their forever home you will need to agree to provide the Cat with all their medical needs to keep them healthy for the course of his/her natural life.

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