Adoption Information 

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Adoption Policy

We require an application to be fully completed by our potential pet parents. Please complete and email the application back to us at nycatcoal@yahoo.com and we will respond to you as soon as we can. You can also email us and we will send you an application. Thank you for your interest in our amazing, sweet, beautiful, and fabulous cats! 

Adoption Application ​

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NYC Cat Coalition uses the information you provide to help us understand your needs and expectations. This will also help us determine if the cat or kitten you have selected will be a good match for you and your family.    

    Scan and Email it to:              nycatcoal@yahoo.com

 

Tips for the First 30 Days of Cat Adoption:

 By Sara Kent (PetFinder)

Be prepared should be your mantra when bringing a new pet into your home. Cats are particularly sensitive to new surroundings and some may hide under a bed or in a closet for days or even weeks.

Before You Bring Your Cat Home:

  • Cats are territorial, and coming into a new home leaves them feeling really uneasy. There’s all that unexplored space, and who knows what may lurk there. Do him a favor and provide a small area to call his own for the first few days or weeks. A bathroom or laundry room works well. Furnish the room with cat amenities, such as food, water and a litter box. You’ll want to spend time with your cat, so make sure there’s a comfortable place for you to sit as well.
  • Fill a litter box with one or two inches of litter and place it in his room where he can use it undisturbed. After all, everyone deserves a modicum of privacy when potting, and giving him that will help forestall litter box aversion.

     

     

          

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     By Sara Kent (PetFinder)

    Be prepared should be your mantra when bringing a new pet into your home. Cats are particularly sensitive to new surroundings and some may hide under a bed or in a closet for days or even weeks.

    Before You Bring Your Cat Home:

  • Cats are territorial, and coming into a new home leaves them feeling really uneasy. There’s all that unexplored space, and who knows what may lurk there. Do him a favor and provide a small area to call his own for the first few days or weeks. A bathroom or laundry room works well. Furnish the room with cat amenities, such as food, water and a litter box. You’ll want to spend time with your cat, so make sure there’s a comfortable place for you to sit as well.

How to Introduce Cats