Animal Adoption

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Magik
Cat, Young, Male, Large

Bombay

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Raven *courtesy Post*
Cat, Young, Male, Medium

Domestic-Short-Hair

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Hope *courtesy Post*
Cat, Young, Female, Small

Domestic-Short-Hair

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Sassafras
Cat, Adult, Female, Large

Dilute-Calico

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The Application Process

All animal adoptions require a completed and approved application. You may wonder, “Why do I need to fill out paperwork? After all, aren’t these homeless animals?”

We understand that you just want to get your new cat or dog friend safely home, and we thank you for taking the time to save a life. Our goal is to make the process as straightforward as possible.

Each animal’s previous owner trusted our rescue to find a safe and loving home for their beloved pet, and we take that commitment seriously. To make sure this a good match with a bright future, we need detailed and honest information on the adoption application.

This is our first chance to get to know you, so please be as thorough as possible when filling out your answers. The lifelong reward of rescuing an animal is worth a few minutes of paperwork!

Please select the applicable form if you are interested in adopting a dog or cat. 

Adopt A Dog

Thank you for your interest in adopting a dog from Tyson's Place Animal Rescue. Please fill out the form below to be considered.

Please remember if you plan on renting somewhere new, you will need to find a place that takes your animal.
Please call your vet to let them know that Tyson’s Place Animal Rescue will be calling to get a vet history for current animals.
Please include as much as possible – think about energy level, grooming requirements, house training, children compatibility, etc.
We love knowing more about our applicants – your dog history and experiences and expertise and anything else you want us to know.
If you are unsure what crate training is, we would be happy to explain the process.
Note: our dogs must be returned to us and cannot be rehomed by you.
Dogs must be on prescription heartworm prevention medication on a monthly basis as well.

Adopt A Cat

Thank you for your interest in adopting a cat from Tyson's Place Animal Rescue. Please fill out the form below to be considered.

 

Please remember if you plan on renting somewhere new, you will need to find a place that takes your animal.
Please call your vet to let them know that Tyson’s Place Animal Rescue will be calling to get a vet history for current animals.
Include as much as possible – think about your ideal cat such as energy level, grooming requirements, children compatibility, etc.
We love knowing more about our applicants – your cat history and experiences and expertise and anything else you want us to know.
Many people don’t realize that declawing a cat actually involves amputation of the bone up to the first knuckle – an extremely painful process that can lead to lifelong health and behavioral issues.
Even if your cat lives strictly indoors and you decide not vaccinate it, an annual vet appointment for cats is necessary for prevention. Cats are excellent at hiding illness until it is too late and an annual exam can find and prevent health issues, leading to a longer life.
Note: our cats must be returned to us and cannot be rehomed by you

Donations

Tyson's Place Animal Rescue is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. All donations are tax-deductible.

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