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Creating an account or logging in via facebook/email will let you save your application, and allow you to access your pets medical records and other important information after you adopt or foster.
Please answer all questions as fully as possible to help our staff assess our ability to help.
Name of Cat(s)
Breed of cat(s)?
Age of Cat(s)
REASON FOR ADMISSION?
Spayed or Neutered?
Up-to-date on rabies vaccine?
How did you acquire this cat?
Veterinarian Clinic Name and phone number
To expedite the admissions process, please contact your veterinarian and have copies of your animal's health records sent to the SPCA of Hancock County via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, fax to 207-667-8011, or bring the records with you to your surrender appointment. You may upload these records now if you have them.
Do you have records showing that this cat has been tested for FIV/FeLV?
Did the bite require a doctor's visit or medical attention?
If adopted from a rescue, humane society or animal shelter, please provide the name and location of the establishment.
How long have you owned this cat?
Has this cat been allowed outdoors?
Is the cat declawed?
Has this cat lived with other pets?
Please explain any concerns about other animal interactions.
Does the cat get along with small children?
Does your cat use the litterbox consistently?
Does the cat have a preferred kind of litter?
Does the cat preferred an enclosed (hooded) litterbox?
The cat enjoys the following activities:
Does the cat nip or bite?
Do you want to add any details about the circumstances to the answers provided to that last question?
By submitting this application, I understand that this shelter has the right to accept or deny my surrender application. I acknowledge that only persons who have legal ownership over an animal have the right to relinquish it and that the SPCA cannot accept an animal from me if I am not the legal owner or if I am not authorized to act on behalf of the legal owner.
I understand that the SPCA of Hancock County is a not-for-profit organization and that there are recommended surrender fees. I acknowledge that the surrender fees are the following:
Recommended donation of $30 for a single kitten up to 5 months and younger
Recommended donation of $30 for a single cat 6 months and older that is current on vaccinations and has been spayed/neutered
Recommended donation of $50 for a single cat 6 months and older that is NOT current on vaccinations or is NOT spayed or neutered
Recommended donation of at least $40 for a litter of kittens (up to 5 months old), depending on the size of the litter
I understand it may take a few days for an SPCA representative to call me, after reviewing this application.