Critteraid ensures that adoptees go to suitable homes. Adopted cats MUST remain totally indoor cats. Supervised
outdoor outings may be approved. The adopter agrees that the cat will never be declawed and will receive regular
veterinary care. Without exception, cats return to Critteraid if the adopter is unable, for any reason, to continue
to provide a good home.
The adoption process comprises an application, a home visit and a visit to meet the animal. Once a decision has
been made to approve or deny an adoption, Critteraid volunteers will take the animal to their new home. These
moments are the bittersweet ones, for they elate us knowing that this animal is being accepted into their very own
family. For that, we are always very thankful.
On occasion, we hear about livestock needing homes and we network with many other animal organizations to try
and find the best fit. If you are considering accepting farm animals or specific types of animals, please contact
us. We may be able to put you in direct contact with other rescue organizations who would appreciate hearing from
We also can help you find a dog to adopt. See the link to Petfinder below.
You can fill out a cat adoption form and fax it back to us.
Or you can contact us directly at cat adoptions at critteraid
Or go to the Petfinder Website at www.PetFinder.org.
Guinea-Pigs for Adoption
We are seeking loving homes for our guinea pigs, ranging from one to two years old. Must be indoor homes only and either have a guinea pig already or adopt two. All our boys are neutered. We can provide Guinea Pig enclosures at our cost. Please call Deb at 250.493.9752 or email email@example.com.
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Looking for a Bunny?
|Our friends with CDART have bunnies in need of sponsors and new families.