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Cat Rehoming

Rehoming your cat should be safe and straightforward both for you and your pet. Our experts at Adopt-a-Pet.com with support from The Petco Foundation, have created a secure, trusted program to help you place your cat from your loving home directly to another.

Cat Rehoming

Rehoming your cat should be safe and straightforward both for you and your pet. Our experts at Adopt-a-Pet.com with support from The Petco Foundation, have created a secure, trusted program to help you place your cat from your loving home directly to another.

Cat Rehoming Resources

Is your cat have a hard time finding the litter box? Are your cat's claws ruining your furniture? Are your allergies too much to bear? There are lots of reasons why you found Rehome, and we want to help. If you are still open to see a way to keep your cat, check out our resource guide.

If you are confidant finding a new home is the best option for you and your pet then you have found the right place. Rehome will do everything we can to find the right home for your cat.

Whether your cat is a kitten Korat, loving LaPerm or a sweet Siamese, all are welcome to find a new home on Rehome. We ask you be honest about any biting or behavioral issues when posting your pet so you can discover the right home for your cat.

Be honest when providing information about your cat. You should be clear about what home and family you want for your cat (be frank about special medical needs and behavioral issues). You want to find potential adopters that are the right fit for your cat and ready to provide a home where they can be safe and loved. Start off by giving potential adopters the detail they need to know about your pet so that they can determine if they are a good fit before taking steps to apply.

Tip: Posting photos and videos is essential in helping your cat get adopted. Show your car people, dogs, and other cats if they get along with them. See our photo and video tips section for more information.

Some cats are adopted within a week or so once posted on Adopt-a-Pet.com, sometimes it can take longer. We have seen cats that never get inquired about and some pets that are inquired about but never adopted.

Trends we’ve found:

  • Younger cats tend to get more inquiries than older cats
  • The more detailed the profile, the better! Post good photos, videos, and stories to showcase a cat's personality!

A tip from us:

  • The sooner you can get your cats' profile posted to our website, the more opportunity it is for us to spread the word about your pet by posting his/her profile on partner websites and in our daily ‘New Pet Alerts’ emails.

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