The adoption process for Feline Good is designed to ensure the well-being and happiness of both cats and their future owners.
As a new cat rescue organization, we currently utilize foster homes to provide a safe and nurturing environment for our feline residents. This foster care approach allows us to assess each cat's behavior, temperament, and individual needs, enabling us to make more informed matches with potential adopters.
We are grateful for the dedication of our foster families who provide invaluable love and care during our cats' transitional period.
Once a connection is made, the next step involves a thorough application process, which includes our detailed questionnaire to understand the adopter's lifestyle, experience with cats, and preferences, a follow up phone call for additional questions, and meet and greet with the cat(s) you are interested in.
We believe in finding the perfect match, so we take the time to review each application carefully.
Feline Good provides post-adoption support, including resources for cat care, behavior tips, and opportunities for ongoing engagement. Our aim is to ensure a smooth transition and a lifelong, loving bond between each cat and their new family.
The adoption fee is $100 per cat/kitten. This adoption fee includes:
Any vaccinations to bring the cat/kitten up to date
FeLV/FIV combo test screening
Any other health tests/surgeries recommended by our veterinarian
Submit an adoption application.
You will receive notice of receipt of your application and a time frame for review via email.
Please notify your veterinarian of our incoming phone call to verify records.
Someone from Feline Good will call you to follow up and ask any additional questions. We can arrange a time to meet the cat at this point.
Once an application is approved, we can set up a time for you to take home your newest feline family member(s).
All kittens (under 1 year old) must be adopted in pairs or go to a home with another active cat. In many cases, our kittens are already socialized in pairs and are bonded.
For more information on why this is our policy, please read Why Two Kittens Are Better Than One from kitten expert Kitten Lady.