Does Pet Supermarket Take Cats?
Pet Supermarket does not take cats, but they do have several adoption events in their stores throughout the year. The cats are available through partnerships with local rescue groups. While owner surrenders are not allowed at Pet Supermarket, there are other options for cat owners who need to rehome their pet.
Safely Rehoming Your Cat
No matter the reason you're trying to rehome your cat, you owe it to your pet to do whatever it takes to find him a safe, happy home. There are a few ways you can go about this:
Surrender Your Cat to a Shelter
Depending on where you live, your local shelter could be a lifesaving organization or one that must euthanize for space. That's why it's so important to do some rehome_research before you surrender your cat. Unless it's a true no-kill shelter, there is no guarantee that your cat will find a forever home. Know your local shelter's euthanasia rates and adoption policies before surrendering your cat to them.
Surrender Your Cat to a Rescue Group
Just like shelters, private rescue groups work tirelessly to help as many animals as they can. They often do this on a tight budget and with the help of only a few volunteers. For that reason, it may be difficult to find a rescue that has room for your cat. If you have time to wait for a spot to open up, a rescue may be a better choice than surrendering to a shelter because rescues are usually no-kill organizations.
Find Your Pet A Home Yourself
Dedicated pet owners who want to be certain that their pet finds a suitable home often take the DIY approach to rehoming their pet—but DIY doesn't mean you have to go at it alone. The Rehome website provides all the advice you'll need along with the ability to create a profile for your pet and connect with potential adopters. You'll also find advice about how to keep your pet, and much more.
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