Caring For Creatures

352 Sanctuary Lane, Palmyra, VA 22963
(434) 842-2404 Fax: (434) 842-1308
www.caringforcreatures.org

REHOMING REQUEST

Caring For Creatures gets contacted daily from people in need of rehoming their pets. Unfortunately, as a non-profit animal sanctuary, we only have a certain amount of space to be able to take in animals and are often not in a position to accommodate new residents. Even if we are unable to take in your companion, there may be other ways we can help. By completing this form honestly and with as much detail as possible, we will be better able to assist you in rehoming your companion(s).

Upon completion of this form, a team member will be in touch with you as soon as possible. This may take a few days, so please do not be concerned if you do not hear from us immediately. If this is an emergency, please complete this form and then call our office at 434-842-2404


Owner Information

Name:

Street Address:

City:

State:

Zip:

Email:

Phone Number:

Cell Phone (if different than home):

**If you are contacting us about assisting with a cat colony or a number of stray/feral cats, continue to the section at the end of this form**

Why do you feel you cannot keep your pet?

Describe the steps you have taken to rehome your pet:

Is there anything that could be done to help you keep your pet?

What is your timeframe for rehoming?

If CFC is able to accept your pet, are you willing/able to donate to help with your pet’s care while we seek a new home for him/her?

Would you be able and open to trying to re-home your pet directly from your home into another home, giving you the opportunity to bypass the need for a shelter? (Given how stressful it can be for an animal to transition from home-living into shelter-living, this would be the best scenario for your companion.)


Pet Information

Pet type:

Pet’s name:

Pet's Age:

Breed/Mix

Physical Description (include coat color(s), length of coat, and other identifying features):

Pet’s Approximate Weight:

Pet’s Sex:

Spayed/Neutered?:

Vaccinations Current?:

Vet’s Name:

When was your pet last at a veterinarian?

If you have a cat, has he/she been tested for FIV and FeLV?

If yes, was the cat positive for FIV (feline aids)?

Was the cat positive for FeLV (feline leukemia)

If you have a dog, has he/she recently been tested for heartworms?

If yes, was the dog positive for heartworm?

If you have a dog, is he/she on heartworm and flea/tick preventative?

Describe any current or past medical problems for your pet:

How long have you owned this pet?

Did you get this pet from another shelter?

If yes, have you contacted this shelter to check if they can take him/her back? (If you have not done this, we recommend doing so before submitting this request form. Many shelters will take back animals that have been adopted from them.)

If no, where did you get this pet from?

Has your pet ever tried to bite or cause harm to a person?

If yes, please describe circumstances:

If you have a dog, has your dog ever tried to bite or cause harm to another dog?

Describe your pet’s behavior history (both positive and negative):

Is your pet housebroken/litterbox trained?

If you have a cat, is he/she declawed?

Where is your pet primarily kept?

Has your pet been around dogs?

If yes, describe how your pet gets along with dogs:

Has your pet been around cats?

If yes, describe how your pet gets along with cats:

Has your pet been around children?

If yes, how old were the children and what was your pet’s reaction?:


Colonies/Strays/Ferals

Describe your situation in as much detail as possible:

Describe the steps you have taken to find assistance for these cats:

Approximately how many cats are there?

Have any been spayed or neutered?

If so, how many?

Is there anything that could be done to help you assist the cats without moving them to another location?

Are you feeding these cats?

If you are feeding them, can you continue doing so?

Do cats have shelter?

If assistance is found for spay/neuter, are you willing to maintain the colony/strays?