Now Open On Thursdays By Appointment Only
Prospective feline adopters! MEOW Cat Rescue is excited to announce that we are now open on Thursdays from 2pm 5pm, by appointment ONLY.
Individuals who are looking to adopt a new feline or two into their home can schedule an appointment by submitting an application online.
We are open Saturdays and Sundays from 1pm 5pm for those not wishing to make an appointment.
Why Should You Adopt
Dog adoption and cat adoption saves lives. Adopt a dog or adopt a cat and you’ll have a friend for life.
What is the difference between adopting a dog, adopting a cat, adopting a kitten or adopting a puppy versus getting dogs for sale, cats for sale, puppies for sale or kittens for sale from a dog breeder or a cat breeder?
When someone is breeding puppies or breeding kittens, they are creating new dogs and cats who need homes. Some people are interested in a very specific breed of dog, cat, puppy or kitten and they think the only way to find that specific breed is to buy a dog for sale or buy a cat for sale from a puppy breeder or a kitten breeder. Yet animal shelters are filled with dogs and cats who must find homes.
So rather than buying a dog or puppy for sale from a dog breeder or buying a cat or kitten for sale from a cat breeder, we encourage people to adopt a dog, adopt a cat, adopt a puppy or adopt a kitten at their local animal shelter, SPCA, humane society or pet rescue group.
First 30 Days With A New Kitty
”When adopting a cat, the first 30 days are very important for setting up your new family member for success. These first weeks should be used to establish a strong bond between you and your cat and create healthy routines.
To get your relationship with your new cat started off right, here are some essential cat care tips for transitioning your cat into your home.”
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How To Adopt Meow Cats & Kittens
Thank you for your interest in adopting! Please take a moment to read and review our adoption policies.
Current In-Shelter Adoption Process
Our staff and volunteers are fully vaccinated and will be wearing masks for their safety and yours. We respectfully require visitors to also wear masks, use sanitizer provided, and be aware of social distancing.
While King County has rolled back its indoor mask mandate for most public spaces, MEOW Cat Rescue has joined several other private businesses in our community in deciding to continue requiring patrons to wear a mask or similar covering when entering our facility. This will be revisited on a regular basis going forward and the requirement lifted when were confident that we can keep our staff and volunteers safe, healthy, and available to the animals we care for.
If you are interested in adopting a cat or kitten by appointment who is listed as available for in-shelter adoption on the Available Cats page, heres how it works currently.
1. Submit Application2. Schedule Appointment 3. Finalize Adoption
At the shelter you will sign the contract, pay the adoption fee, and review the adoption packet with the Adoption Counselor.
FAQs on In-Shelter Scheduled Adoption Process
How do I get an appointment?How long do I get to spend with the kitty?
Appointments are 45 minutes long, including time to complete final paperwork should you finalize the adoption.
How many people are allowed?Do I have to wear a mask
Planning To Adoptdownload Our Adoption Application And Adoption Agreementto Get Approved For Adoption In Advance
Applications are subject to review prior to adoption. To avoid a waiting period, complete the adoption application and adoption agreement in advance and return to TCMR. Download the forms to complete them electronically. Be sure to save the forms after filling them out. Email completed forms to . You can also print/mail completed forms to P.O. Box 6722, Longview, TX 75608. If you have any questions about our adoption process and requirements, visit our FAQ page or for more information. THANK YOU!
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The Cat’s Meow Rescue
|Read the story behind this poster and see more!||The Cat’s Meow Rescue takes in a lot of special needs cats and kittens, from those that are sick or injured to those that have have physical disabilities or medical issues that render them “unadoptable” in a shelter setting. Our dedicated team of fosters and rescuers work hard to give these special cases a second chance. Our special needs cats and kittens often require a lot of vet care which can take a toll on our rescue funds. We are always grateful for donations that help with the cost of care for these cats which enables us to continue our efforts to help cats that otherwise might not make it. To us, each life is precious and each cat deserves a chance to live a happy, quality life no matter how rocky their road has been in the past.If you would like to help us help the kitties in our care, you can donate through PAYPAL by clicking the donate button below. We thank you for your support!|
To learn about each cat’s story below, click the photo for more details.
Single And Monthly Donations
Each cat we rescue receives a second chance at a new life. This means no time limit on how long they stay, medical conditions receive ongoing and necessary care, and unsocialized cats receive love, patience and understanding.
Often we do not know the conditions affecting cats before we rescue them.
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We Are Joining Forces To Rescue More Cats
We are very excited to announce that The Cats Meow Café is partnering with Miami-Dade Animal Services to support our efforts in helping place as many rescued cats in forever homes.
Inside the cat lounge, adoptable cats from Animal Services will roam freely in an enriching home-like environment. Our guests will get to interact with several cats at once, allowing them to connect with unique cat personalities. If a guest falls in love with a cat at our café, they can adopt their new friend right there on the spot.
At The Cats Meow Café, our objective is to provide a temporary home to rescued cats. This will be especially important during Kitten Season in Spring and Summer: the time of year when litters of kittens arrive in overwhelming numbers. Our cafés ability to temporarily house cats will give those pets that have been abandoned, surrendered, or lost the opportunity to bond with our guests and find their forever home.
Through this experience, we hope to create a stronger bond between the adopter and the cat. Our greatest desire is to inspire our guests to adopt a new family member. Together with Miami-Dade Animal Services, we aim to reduce the number of abandoned and homeless cats in our community.
About Cats’ Meow Feline Fosters
Cats’ Meow is a small group of cat fosters located in and around Morehead, Kentucky. We care for cats and kittens that come from the local “kill” shelter or otherwise have come our way due to being homeless.CMFF is a Kentucky incorporated nonprofit organization and an IRS certified 501. Donations are appreciated!
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Who We Are
We are a non-profit cat rescue who aims to not only better the lives of the cats in the Golden Triangle area, but to also support all of our local shelters. We want to uphold our values and better our community, while also saving cats and kittens in need. We provide cat adoption in Southeast Texas, including Jefferson County, Hardin County, and Orange County.