adopt a cat?
Adopting a cat can save their life and can help enrich yours. First, they make wonderful companions, they can sit on your lap and purr while you discuss with them the issues of the day. Secondly, our cats and kittens can be excellent and entertainment and can give hours of enjoyment without commercials. Moreover, they are able to find things in the house you did not know were there, and will bring them to you. Adopting a cat can be fun, and ultimately satisfying.
Find out how to adopt a cat quickly & easily
How do I adopt a cat?
To adopt a cat, you may come to Petco Sebring, where many of our adoptable cats are entertaining visitors. We also host a number of live events, including one the first weekend of each month at Petco Sebring. They also are listed on our Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest pages as new cats and kittens become available. From there, we can make quick and easy adoption arrangements,
Are there any adoption requirements?
At Heartland Cat Rescue, we want to make certain that our cats and kittens go to homes that are a good fit. We ask that adopters agree to take good care of their chosen cat or kitten to allow them freedom to roam the house and property. If for some reason things don’t work out, we ask that they return to us, so they can be adopted back to a better situation. As part of the agreement, we ask that if necessary, an HCR might at some time drop by and see the cat or kitten to make certain things are going well.
How to avoid picking the wrong catt?
We think it’s important that cats, kittens and new owners get along. That is why we will take them back if there is any kind of issue. Our goal is that – as much as possible – everyone is happy and satisfied.
Vet Q&A: Are cats that are up for adoption healthy?
All of our cats and kittens are rescue cats – but they have had a visit to a vet for a once-over. They are spayed or neutered. All adoptable cats are current with their shots. They are checked for fleas, ear mites, ringworm, and other such diseases. However, they are rescue cats, and are not given an exhaustive physical. Sadly, sometimes our cats do end up with a feline disease. Some, who we know have something like FIV, are adopted with that information disclosed up front. However, as far as we know, the bulk of our cats and kittens are happy and healthy.