Thank you for your interest in adopting from Moby Kit Rescue! We are a no-kill, foster-based 501C3 animal rescue servicing the Southcoast Region of Massachusetts. Please read the information below for more information about adoptions:
Adoption Requirements - All interested individuals MUST complete an application below to be considered for adoption. The application must be completed by the individual assuming custody of the adopted cat(s). We do not adopt out cats as gifts for friends or family members, nor on the behalf of others. You must be at least 21 years old to adopt.
Adoption Process - Cats are not adopted out on a first-come, first-serve process. Instead, we focus on best fit for each individual cat. This process is intended to ensure a long-term successful adoption for both the family and pet. If we receive multiple applications for cat or kitten, we will assess all them and select one to process. As an all-volunteer rescue, we do not have the resources to process every single application that comes in. We are also a foster-based rescue, so we only schedule meet and greets with applicants that are on hold for a particular kitten/cat. That way we can respect our foster families' homes, privacy and time.
Adoption Fees: The adoption fee is $250 for kittens under 1 year and $200 for adult cats 1+ years old. Fees for senior cats are determined on a case-by-case basis. These fees include the following: a complete veterinarian checkup, microchip, FeLV & FIV combo testing, spay/neuter, deworming, Advantage II flea treatment, distemper and rabies vaccines. Please note that Moby Kit does NOT guarantee the health of any cat at our rescue. All known health-related attention and/or dental work is treated prior to the adoption, however it is the responsibility of all adopters to continue their pets medical care for the duration of its life.
Cats can live for 15-20 years, so please make sure your lifestyle allows the time, patience, and ability to cover expenses your new pet will need over the years. Will you be travelling frequently, moving soon, or having children? Try to imagine what your life might look like 10-15 years down the road and make sure that you can still envision having your adopted pet with you. Responsible pet ownership includes routine veterinary care, quality food, preventatives, and other supplies.