Q: Where are you located?

A: Our organization operates out of Clarksville, Montgomery County, TN.  We're a foster-based rescue, so cats are spread out throughout private homes in the area.  We do not have a set business location nor set business hours as we operate around individual work schedules. 

Q: What is the process to adopt a cat/kitten?

A: Our adoption process always begins with completion of an adoption application.  Once submitted, approval can take 1-3 days while our volunteers review the application.  If approved, a meet and greet with be scheduled between the adopter and the foster family to make sure the desired cat/kitten is the right fit for the adopter.  After a successful meet and greet, adoptions are finalized within 1-2 days by completing an adoption contract and payment of the adoption fee.

Q: What does the adoption fee include?

A: Our adoption fee ensures that your new furever friend is spayed/neutered, current on rabies and feline distemper vaccines, combo tested negative for FIV/FeLV, microchipped, dewormed, and received flea & tick prevention. 

Q: Why adopt from a rescue when it's so easy to get a free kitten from social media sites?

A: Just like there's no such thing as a free lunch, there's no such thing as a "free kitten." Most "free" kittens have not received any veterinary care and may often be too young to rehome away from their mothers. They also do not usually come with a return agreement (we'll always take our rescue kitties back if you can no longer care for them). Our adoption fees are our primary source of funding to recoup services our cats receive at the local low-cost spay/neuter clinic plus the cost of the microchip. Similar services at a regular veterinary clinic could cost upwards of $400, and appointment slots are booking 2-9 months out for the Humane Society. 

Q: Why adopt from you and not another local organization?

A: Honestly, we support anyone wanting to adopt a cat/kitten and provide it a loving home for the duration of its life.  If that's with us, or another area rescue or animal shelter, great! We have a wonderful working relationship with other organizations in our area, and we celebrate every adoption.  Every cat or kitten adopted from our rescue or another area rescue/shelter ends up saving at least 2 lives: the life of the adopted cat and the life of a new cat able to fill the empty cage/foster home. It's all about finding the "purrfect" fit and giving a cat/kitten a "furever" home! 

Q: I need to surrender my cat.  Can you take him/her?

A: Unfortunately, no. Our rescue is small, and our focus is on stray cats and kittens who have never known a loving home. For owner surrenders, we do recommend scheduling an appointment with Montgomery County Animal Care and Control.

Q: I found a stray cat at my house/work/church. Can you come get him/her?

A: Again, unfortunately we cannot. When we have space available, we pull cats from Montgomery County Animal Care and Control. Every stray cat could be someone's missing pet, so all sociable strays need to go to MCACC to complete a stray hold in case rightful owners can be found.  If a stray cat is not sociable, we recommend contacting Cats MEOW TNR via the Humane Society so that the cat can be spayed/neutered and returned to its colony.

Still have questions? 

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