Does Mud Bay Take Cats?
Mud Bay does not take cats, but they do hold adoption events throughout the year. Some think when they see adoptable animals at Mud Bay that cats can be surrendered there. Instead, the adoptable animals are available through partnerships with local rescues.
Where Can I Take My Cat?
If you want to rehome your cat, you'll have three main options: surrender to a shelter, surrender to a rescue, or rehome your cat yourself.
Keep in mind that those three options are not equal. Here are some questions you should ask yourself before surrendering your cat:
- Have I exhausted all options to keep the cat in my home?
- What is the euthanasia rate at my local shelter?
- How long would I have to wait for a rescue to have a spot for my cat?
- Do I know anyone (friends or family) that would want to adopt my cat?
- Am I willing to take the time to rehome the cat myself?
If you are certain you have no choice but to rehome your cat, the last question on the list may be the most important.
Rehoming your cat yourself may take a little time, but it gives your pet the best chance of finding a new, loving home. You may not be sure how to start this process, but the Rehome website has all the advice and tools you need.
Create a profile for your cat, accept applications, learn what to look for in potential adopters, and much more! If you're willing to give your cat the time needed to find the right home, Rehome will help you do it!
How Can We Help?
Rehome by Adopt-a-Pet.com is the safe, reliable, and free way to find a loving new home for a pet. Our dedicated team of experts is here to support you with resources to help you keep your pet when you can and find the perfect new home for your pet when you can’t. Learn more.