About You and Your Family

Are you applying to adopt or foster a cat? *
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Who shares your household? *
 
Does anyone in your household have allergies to animals? *
Are you planning on moving or traveling in the next 12 months? *
 
Will all household members be able to come and meet the cat at a scheduled adoption appointment? *
 

Your Home Environment

What type of home do you live in? *
 
Do you own or rent? *
If renting, do you have your landlord's permission to have a cat?
Do you live in an area where there are coyotes? *
Do you live on a busy street? *
 
Do you have any poisons (rat/mouse, snail bait) where the animal will be kept? *
Are all your windows (that open) screened shut? *

Your Pet Experience

Would this be your first cat? *
Have you ever had a cat declawed? *
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If you have other cats, have they been tested for FIV and Leukemia?
Have they been spayed or neutered? *
Are they current on vaccinations? *
Have you ever turned your pet into a shelter? *
 

Living with a Cat

Would the cat be (check all that apply): *
 
Would you put an ID on the cat? *
 
When you go on vacation, who will care for the cat? *
 
If your cat gets out, which of the following would you do? *
 
Will you keep the cat's vaccinations up to date? *
Will you feed your cat dry or canned food? *
Which of the following would force you to give up your cat? (Check all that apply) *
 
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What do you think is the best way to keep your animal's teeth clean? *
Would you use flea control on this cat? *
 
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What discipline will you use if your cat scratches your couch? *
 
Are you willing to have a Rescue Train representative
come to see where the pet will be living? *
 
Would you consider getting pet insurance for this animal? *
A cat can live to be 15 to 20 years old; are you able to make this long-term commitment? *
 
If I adopt a Rescue Train cat, I can make a donation of at least $125 to help rescue and care for other abandoned animals. I understand that my adoption donation is often just a fraction of the cost that The Rescue Train has spent on boarding, spaying and neutering, vaccines, microchips, FeLV and FIV testing, and medical costs. I understand that my donation is a gift freely given, not a purchase price for a cat. No goods or services have been or will be provided in exchange for the donation. I understand that any donation made is not refundable. *
I agree that the above information is honest and true. I agree that The Rescue Train may verify this information. I understand that submitting an application does not mean I am approved to adopt a cat from The Rescue Train. I understand that The Rescue Train has the right to refuse adoption to any applicant for any reason and is not obligated to provide a reason or explanation for refusing adoption to an applicant. *
Thank you for your interest in this animal. You'll automatically receive a copy of this application as your confirmation.