Duncan's Place, a cat sanctuary

A 742 S. Edinburgh Dr, Loveland, CO 80537 rescue helping to find loving homes for cats.

Contact
Cathy Campbell
Phone
Email
Website

Pets at Duncan's Place, a cat sanctuary

  • Any
  • Cats
  • Any
  • Baby
  • Puppy
  • Kitten
  • Young
  • Adult
  • Senior
  • Any
  • Male
  • Female

Chloe

Female, Young
Domestic Shorthair

Nepresso

Female, Kitten
Domestic Shorthair

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1 - 2 of 2 Adoptable Pets at This Shelter

Areas Duncan's Place, a cat sanctuary Serves

Northern Colorado-Larimer & Weld Counties

Duncan's Place, a cat sanctuary's Adoption Process

1. Interview

2. Submit Application

3. Meet the Pet

4. Sign Adoption Contract

5. Pay Fee

FOSTER HOME BASED. MUST CALL AND SET UP AN APPOINTMENT TO MEET A CAT/KITTEN IN OUR CARE.

Duncan’s Place has implemented variable adoption fees. The adoption fee for certain animals varies and is dependent on many factors including age, size, behavior, medical condition and demand.

• All kitten and cat adoptions include FIV/FeLV/HWE testing, age appropriate vaccines, treatment for internal parasites, spay or neuter surgery, microchip and registration, and a Adult cats and kittens 4 months of age and older also receive a rabies vaccination.

• Kittens, up to six months old: $150
• Cats, over 11 months to six years old: $100
• Mature Cats, over six years old: $76

Special or Pure breed cats/kittens will be higher due to rarity of such cats like Polydactyl, Maine Coon, Scottish Fold, etc...
Duncan’s Place, a cat sanctuary
742 S. Edinburgh Dr. Loveland, CO 80537
www.DuncansPlace.org
Voicemail 970-214-2233
PRE-ADOPTIOINFORMATION REQUEST FORM
Duncan’s Place, a cat sanctuary, LLC, appreciates your interest in wanting to adopt a rescue animal. However, since your decision can result in a life long commitment, please take a few minutes to complete the following questions. The answers will also allow us to more effectively match your needs and wants with those of our animal friends. If no adoption takes place at this time, the information provided will be kept on file for 30 days to allow for a possible future find from either animals entering the rescue or from animals whose owners have requested assistance in finding new homes for their pets.

PART 1: ADOPTOR’S WANTS:
1) Interest in:
_____Cat _____Kitten
2) List Preferences:
a) Breed __________________________________
b) Size/Weight __________________________________
c) Hair Length __________________________________
d) Age __________________________________
e) Other preferences (e.g. declawed): _____________________
_____________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________

3) Why do you want this pet?
____a) Household pet
____b) Companion to another animal
____c) Gift for someone
____d) Other

PART II: BACKGROUND INFORMATION:
5) How many pets do you currently have?
_____dogs _____cats
6) How many people live in the household
_____a) children Ages of children______________
_____b) Adults
7) Do you _____ rent _____ own _____ live with relative
If you rent or live with relative, are you able to provide written notice stating permission to keep animal on premise
_____yes _____no

8) Have any of your previous pets been
______ surrendered or given up
______ lost or turned up missing
______ accidentally killed
PART III: PET CONSIDERATIONS:
9) Do you currently have a veterinarian? _________________________________

PART IV: FUTURE CONSIDERATIONS:

Since life never stays constant, and since commitment to a family pet can be 15 years or longer, please take a moment to reflect on the following. We realize that no one can predict the future and that some things cannot be avoided despite the deepest regret and hardship. However, would any of the following turn of events lead you to seriously consider surrendering the pet you are considering adopting today? Would appropriate plans be made to care for the pet in case of death or any of the following?

______ Sudden onset of allergies/illness
______ Move (new apartment, across country, etc.)
______ Behavioral problems (scratches furniture, litter box problems, digging, etc.)
______ Marital problems/Divorce/Separation
______ Marriage
______ New Job/Job change/Job termination
______ New Pet
______ New addition to household (e.g., baby, stepchild)
______ Deteriorating health or illness or age-related problems of pet
______ Other:____________________________________________________________


Please sign here indicating you have read and understood PART IV. FUTURE CONSIDERATIONS.

Signature: __________________________ Date: _____________________



PART V. AGREEMENTS:
a) Past or Current Veterinarian:
Name: _______________________________________________________
Address: ______________________________________________________
(City, State, Zip Code)___________________________________________
Phone #: ______________________________________________________

b) Past or Current Employer:
Name: _______________________________________________________
Address: ______________________________________________________
(City, State, Zip Code)___________________________________________
Phone #: ______________________________________________________

c) Personal reference willing to vouch for character:
Name: _______________________________________________________
Address: ______________________________________________________
(City, State, Zip Code)___________________________________________
Phone #: _____________________________________________________
4) If after adopting an animal from the Duncan’s Place, a cat sanctuary, LLC, you decide to have your phone number changed or unlisted, will you provide the shelter with the new or unlisted number, or, give the phone company permission to release the unlisted number to Duncan’s Place, a cat sanctuary, LLC for follow-up purposes?

_______ yes _______ no

5) If after adopting an animal from Duncan’s Place, a cat sanctuary, LLC, you move, are you willing to provide the rescue with your new address and/or allow the U.S. Postal Service permission to release your new address to the Duncan’s Place, a cat sanctuary, LLC for follow-up purposes?
_______ yes _______ no

In the event the adoption does not work out, for whatever reasons and at whatever time you must return the animal to Duncan’s Place.

*PLEASE NOTE: If you are unable to complete any of the above references you will be allowed to place a HOLD on any interested pet at the rescue until such time as you are able to furnish the rescue with complete reference information.
NAME: ______________________________________________
ADDRESS: ___________________________________________
(CITY, STATE, ZIP CODE) ______________________________
PHONE NO. ___________________________________________
E-MAIL: ______________________________________________
DATE: _________________________________________________
Duncan’s Place, a cat sanctuary, LLC.
614 Parkview Mountain Dr, Windsor, CO 80550
www.DuncansPlace.org
Voicemail 970-214-2233

About Duncan's Place, a cat sanctuary

Duncan’s Place feels that we need to approach animal welfare issues on multiple fronts, trying to bring together community resources and provide not only animal care, but pet sterilization and public education.Who We Are:
A nonprofit cat sanctuary to address northern Colorado’s domestic cat crisis that will advocate, collaborate, and educate the general public through active community engagement.

To actively pursue, create, and maintain collaborative partnerships with community agencies in Northern Colorado to save feline lives. Work with local shelters, clinics, human service agencies. Especially help victims of violence have a safe haven for their felines. Whether to provide a temporary home for people in truly extraordinary circumstances or to be a permanent safe, loving home for abandoned animals, which is the purpose of Duncan’s place.

To integrate knowledge of feline behavior from both a holistic and alopathic perspectives to keep families together before abandonment happens of the feline family member. Through education and compassion to work towards ending homelessness of felines in our community.

Come Meet Duncan's Place, a cat sanctuary's Pets

We operate only our of volunteer Foster Homes...we are ALWAYS needing more foster homes- please consider fostering an adult cat!
*We hold quarterly LOW cost vaccine clinics
*We have a pet food bank (Dudley's Delectables) which helps families in Northern CO keep food in their pet's bellies in uncertain economic times.

Duncan's Place, a cat sanctuary's Adopted Pets

See Adopted Pets List