Cat Resource Center Inc.
Cat adoption saves lives. Adopt a cat and you'll have a friend for life! Contact us, or contact another local humane society, animal shelter or SPCA.
Wildwood, FL 34785
Pets at Our Rescue Group:
Cities, Towns, and/or Counties We Serve:Sumter , Lake , Citrus and Marian counties
About Our Rescue Group:We work with the community to end the needless suffering of cats domestic and feral, Which may include some or any parts of the following: encourage legislature to pass friendly and humane ordinances at the local level. Provide counseling to pet owners. Provide referals to local pet services. Help assist with TNR of abandoned and homeless cats. Act as a first response to get cat out of immediate danger. Help owners needing to surrender their cats options to kill shelters. When available share food and other donations to other rescues and people no matter what their financial status. Encourage pet owners to provide for their animals after they no longer can by encouraging setting up a trust for the animals. Act as a source of comfort for people grieving the loss of their pets. Encourage and educate community ways to integrate earth friendly options as means for caring for their pets
Donate to Our Rescue Group...We take paypal and major credit cards. See our web page cat-resource-center.org to make payment and other arrangements.
Come Meet our Pets:We like to visit the homes of people who adopt.
After the initial application is returned to the group and the committe approves it two representative will bring the animal to the peoples homes to see if it is a suitable fit and see how animal will get along with other animals in the household. Starting in 20014 we will be showing our pets at the local petco and petsmart. These places may change and or others added as the need arises. In a special case or on rare occassions if agreed up by the foster parent a person may visit the pet in its foster home.
Our Adoption Process:Adoption policy:
We select adoptive homes based on the needs and best interests of the cats therefore we reserves the right to deny any adoption application .
The adopter must be at least 18 years old.
We adopt on a first-come, first-served basis. To hold a specific cat you must make a deposit of the adoption fee by calling 352 748 0413 and then make an appointment to pick up the cat. The deposit is refundable if you ultimately decide not to adopt the cat.
We screen prospective adopters before they come to our facility.
We require cats and kittens to be kept indoors at all times.
We discourage declawing (and can advise on alternatives).
We do not adopt small kittens to families with young children.
We require both a photo ID & proof of current address (e.g. driver's license or recent utility bill).
We ask that people who rent show proof that pets are
$35/cat ($60 for 2)
$50/teen (6-12 mo.) ($75 for 2)
$50/kitten ($75 for 2) All cats and kittens are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, tested for FeLV/FIV, treated for fleas and ear mites, microchipped and litter-box trained prior to adoption.
Adoption fees help to offset rescue and medical expenses but rarely exceed them. Additional donations are always welcome.
Cats can be seen on our web site with a brief description of their personality and history.
Before filling out our Adoption Application read our Adoption Policy. An application must be filled out before an appointment to see the cat.
Call Liz (352) 748 - 0413
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org