Adoption is possible for residents of Aruba, Holland and the United States.
EFFECTIVE June 1, 2023
US & Holland
Cat/kitten: $275 (USD) Un-spayed/neutered
Pairs, two together $500 (USD)
If Spayed or Neutered $325 (USD)
Pair, two together $600 (USD)
Cat/Kitten: Afl 100
For Adoptions in ARUBA:
The kitten will be de-wormed & flea/tick treated at time Adoption. We require when the kitten is 5-6 months that you contact us so we can make an appointment to spay/neuter & microchip.
For Adoptions in the US & Holland:
All cats & kittens flying to the US & Holland will have 1st Booster shot, Rabies (if over 12 weeks) Microchip, are FIV/Felv Snap tested, Flea/tick treated, de-wormed and checked for ear mites. A Health Certificate will accompany each kitten or Cat.
Every effort is made to spay/neuter before flight if age appropriate.
The cost of air travel is included in the Adoption fee.
We want to make sure each of our rescues go to a loving home and finds a family that fits their specific temperament well. Because of this, please fill out our application form below.. It asks a number of important questions for our screening process.
Once completed, please email your application to firstname.lastname@example.org
After receiving your application we will begin processing it as quickly as possible.
Please note: All our cats and kittens are picked up at the Airport by one of our US Fosters. The cat/kitten will remain with the foster for 5-7 days where they will get settled, be re-de-wormed and checked for ear mites. We want to be sure you cat/kitten is completely health and ready for their new furever home.
* Once your application is received, we begin the vetting process, contact your Vet and personal references.
* We will then set up a phone call to make the process a little more personal.
* If approved, we will put you in contact with your new kittens Foster parent to arrange pick-up. (Our Fosters are volunteers and pick-up is at their convenience).
Your cat will need to adjust to the new climate where you live. Remember, they are coming from an island where the temperature ranges from 85 to 95 degrees year round.
He/she has also been dewormed. However, it is important for you to bring your new cat to the vet as soon as possible for a thorough examination. Stools should be tested for tape worms and round worms as well as coccidia. Please follow your veterinarian’s recommendations and instructions to keep your cat healthy.
There are several types of diseases that can be triggered by the stress of traveling. Stress can cause a decrease in an animal’s immune system thus making it difficult for them to handle common infections or diseases. Animals may not show clinical signs of certain viral infections or tick borne disease until several days or weeks after adoption and may even be triggered with any type of stress.
Clinical signs for both FIV and Feline Leukemia can range from oral infections, GI disease, ocular disease and inability to clear other infections. If you suspect your cat is showing signs of infection it is important to have an examination by a veterinarian so they can appropriately treat your pet.
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