While Cat Tales is usually at capacity and cannot take in owner-surrendered cats, we would certainly like to help all cats find nurturing homes where they can live out their lives. Due to the significant increase in the number of homeless animals in the last several years, Cat Tales has decided to meet a community need by dedicating a page on our site to list cats not fostered by us, but still in need of placement.
There are many, varied reasons why these cats cannot be kept by their current families. And as much as we would like to place all of the cats currently in our charge, we realize that sometimes placement from one home to another can also be a good solution to the overall problem of pet homelessness. With that in mind, we urge you to consider all your alternatives before deciding to add to the pool of hundreds if not thousands of homeless animals in our state.
Please be aware that finding homes for cats is a time-consuming project. Adoption rarely occurs quickly. It can take several months or longer for any cat to be re-homed. Should you want a list of helpful questions to ask prospective adopters, one can be e-mailed to you.
In order to effectively post your cat, we will need specific information about the cat. Please contact us and we’ll send you the list of requirements so we can post a profile to our site. Note Cat Tales is not responsible for any part of the transaction between the current family and the prospective adopting family.