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How Do I Put a Cat Up For Adoption

I Need Your Help . . . With Putting a Cat Up For Adoption!

It's tough with so many overcrowded shelters across the country and fewer no-kill shelters (with space!) if you want to do the right thing and find a loving home for unwanted animals. Community member Jerzey84 recently asked the PetSugar Q + A group where she could put a cat up for adoption. Can you offer tips to do this in a safe, and successful, manner? When you're done, submit your own burning pet questions in the forum, too.

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The key is to look for 'no kill' shelters/pounds/rescues in your area. No kill shelters will work to find a home for their animals either temporary/foster or permanent.
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Check with your local Humane Society if you cannot take the cat to the pound. Many Human Societies and other similar rescue groups have "Foster Care" for pets who are adoptable. The cat could either be placed with a 'Foster Home' or you can volunteer yourself as the foster home. They can offer financial help in the way of food and some vet bills, they can advertise your pet widely, and can find a home quicker than if you were to do it on your own. Hope this helps.
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