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In order to be considered for an adoption you must:
Be 21 years or older.
Have identification showing your present address.
Have the knowledge and consent of your landlord.
Be able and willing to spend the time and money necessary to provide the training, medical treatment, and proper care for your cat.
For the adopted cat, have the cash to pay an adoption fee (DFW accepts checks with a valid Texas Driverís license).

Fill in the form below and click SUBMIT when complete.
Please answer all questions.

 
Name  * required
Street address  * required
City, State and ZIP  * required
Phone  * required
Email  * required
Age (must be over 21)  * required
Describe in detail the cat you're looking for:
Will this be your first cat? YES NO
What kind of pets have you had in the past?
Which of these do you still have? (include age, sex and breed)
Have they been spayed/neutered? YES NO Don't Know
Are they current on vaccinations? YES NO Don't Know
Have they been tested for feline leukemia? YES NO Don't Know
Have they been tested for FIV? YES NO Don't Know
Are they declawed? YES NO Don't Know
What happened to the pets you no longer have?
Have you ever turned your cat in to a shelter? YES NO
Have you ever had a pet euthanized? YES NO
If you have pets, will they adjust to a new cat in the house? YES NO Don't Know
Why do you want this cat?
How many adults are in your family?
How many children?
Ages of children:
Does any member of your household have an allergy to cats? YES NO
Is someone home during the day? YES NO
How many hours each day will the cat be without human companionship?
Where do you live?
Do you own or rent your home? OWN RENT
If you rent, may we contact the owner to obtain permission for this cat to live in your home? YES NO
Where will you keep the cat?
Do you have a cat or dog door? YES NO
Will you have the cat declawed? YES NO MAYBE
Are you aware of the potential side effects of this operation? YES NO
Will you keep the cat up-to-date on vaccinations? YES NO
Who is your veterinarian?
If you go away for a few days, or on a vacation, who will take care of the cat?
If you move, will you take the cat with you? YES NO
Have you ever applied to DFW-PBR before to adopt an animal? YES NO
Are you willing to have a representative of DFWPBR come to see where the cat will be living? YES NO
Are you willing to take responsibility for this cat for the next 10 to 20 years? YES NO
What provisions will you make for the cat should you become unable to care for him/her?
How much are you willing to spend on medical bills for your cat?
What would you do if the vet bills went over this amount?
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