We have many wonderful cats and kittens available for adoption through Facilitate Rescue Inc. We have two processes for adopting out cats at FRI. The first is Traditional Adoption. In this case, your cat or kitten will stay in a foster home until they are fully vaccinated, spayed or neutered and healthy enough to go to their fur-ever home! They will also be treated for fleas, de-wormed and in most cases microchipped.
The second option for adoption is Foster-to-Adopt. This scenario is typically used for kittens who are not yet old enough to be spayed or neutered. As a foster to adopt, the kitten would go to the adopters home once they are weaned and socialized. Then, around 4lbs or 4 months of age, they will be spayed/neutered and receive their final vaccinations. At that time, we finalize the adoption.
Criteria for Adoption
All adopters must be at least 18 years of age.
If you have current pets, please provide your vet information on the application form. We strongly believe in the importance of regular vet care and keeping all pets up to date on vaccinations. We also require that all pets in the household be spayed/neutered.
If you are a renter, please review your rental agreement regarding any pet restrictions. If you have an HOA, the same may apply with regard to the number of animals you may have.
We occasionally require a home visit and all applicants must be willing to have a meet and greet or home visit if needed.
We know that life happens and there are some things that are out of your control. If for any reason you feel you can no longer care for a Facilitate Rescue adopted cat we ask that you return them to us. It is our job to rescue them from the shelter and we will take them back into our rescue and find them another home.
We are a 100% Spay and Neuter Rescue
Our rescue exists because there is a large stray cat problem in Harnett County, as well as all of North Carolina. All of the cats and kittens we adopt out are altered prior to their adoption being finalized. We also require that if you have other cats in your home that you have them spayed or neutered as well.
We believe pets are family and should be provided a safe space
Most of the cats and kittens in our rescue come from the shelter or are found as strays. They come from a scary environment and are brought to the often equally scary environment of the noisy shelter. We get these animals out of the shelter and into foster homes as quickly as possible so they can know a safe environment and become socialized. When our cats and kittens go to adoptive homes, we want to ensure that they continue to have a safe environment. That is why we primarily only adopt our cats to households that plan to keep them as indoor-only pets. Cats that have access to outdoors often live shorter lives due to predators, disease or traffic. There are certain exceptions to this rule but we generally ask that our cats be indoor only!
Purrfect, just as they are
We do not allow unnecessary surgeries such as declawing to be performed on animals adopted from us. As part of our adoption agreement, we ask that you confirm your understanding and plan to comply with this.
Foster to Adopt Agreement
This agreement is required if you are planning to foster to adopt. This process is
typically used when you are adopting a kitten who is not yet old enough to be spayed or neutered.
Please complete the agreement online by clicking the link below. or complete online by clicking the link below.
Our adoption fee is $150, or $260 for 2 cats. Please click the link below to pay via PayPal or debit/credit card.