Surrender a pet cat or kitten
PLACEMENT in our shelter-Donation required for cats and kittens, including found cats/strays as follows:
Young Cats 7 months to 2 years old being surrendered will require a minimum donation of $400 to cover their cost while living at the shelter, as we are a PRIVATE NO KILL shelter, with no government funding or aid.
Kitten rescue placement fees vary, starting at $150 and require spay of mother cat.
Cats 2 to 7 years old placement donation starts at $985
SENIOR/Geriatric ( 7-10 years) cats for surrender require a minimum of $1500 donation due at time of surrender. This is less than $8 per week. Older cats may not be adopted and could spend their life in our retirement program and need regular veterinary care.
SENIOR/Geriatric (over 10 years) cats for surrender require a minimum of $1800 donation due at time of surrender. This is less than $8 per week.
Older cats may not be adopted and could spend their life in our retirement program and need regular veterinary care.
Those that wish for their cat to be placed into our care but have financial difficulties will be assessed on a case by case basis by our directors, and will be required to volunteer at the shelter and submit proof of hardship.
Cats that are dropped off with-out permission, will be reported to authorities and fined.
Cats with long-term medical needs will be assessed and donation will be made accordingly.
Unfortunately due to our size and financial position, stray cats cannot be placed for less than the above required donations.
Occasionally we are able to help with small dogs under 35 lbs. with a minimum donation of $600
Pawsibilities Rescue knows that every animal needs a home, however with limited space and facilities, we know the unfortunate reality that we cannot take in every animal. Every shelter does have a maximum capacity.
To place your pet in a new home yourself, please try www.getyourpet.com
We also encourage outdoor living for cats that can no longer live inside your home. We can help guide you in this transition and there are numerous internet resources for a happy and safe environment outdoors. Try www.woodgreen.org.uk