- Fill out our adoption application and contract available to download and print from our web site or for pick up at participating partner stores.
- Scan paperwork and email to firstname.lastname@example.org (jpeg/pictures of applications are not accepted, if you are unable to scan/email please visit a local Staples
- Applications take approximately 2-3 business days to process, sometimes much quicker (PLEASE call your vet and give them permission to speak with FuRRR about your current/previous pets). If you do not have a vet as a reference because you have never had pets or have not had pets in a long time, we will need to schedule a home check
- Once approved you will be notified and a meet and greet/adoption day will be scheduled.
PLEASE remember that we are an all-volunteer organization with jobs and families, your patience is appreciated!!
All kittens/cats adopted from FuRRR have been spayed/neutered, are up to date on vaccinations for their age, have been combo tested for Fiv/Felv and come with a current Health Certificate from a NH licensed. Also included free 30 days insurance with Trupanion. Our policy is strictly indoor only and no declawing!
FuRRR Feline Rescue Adoption Fee Schedule
Kittens under 5 months- $180
Kittens 5 months to 2 years – $155
Cats 2+ years through 7 years – $85
Cats 8+ – $65
Seniors (Humans 65+) for Seniors (Cats 8+) Program – $40
FuRRR Feline Rescue … By the Numbers
Feline Statistics Report 1 Jan 2015 – 31 Dec 2015
Beginning Count – 18 Adopted – 76
Intake Strays – 1 Returned to Owners – 1
Relinquished by Owners – 4 Died in Care – 3
Intake Transfers – 86 Euthanized – 2
Ending Count – 27
Feline Statistics Report 1 Jan 2016 – 31 Dec 2016
Beginning Count – 27 Adopted – 364
Intake Strays – 26 Returned to Owners – 0
Relinquished by Owners – 42 Died in Care -8
Intake Transfers – 365 Euthanized – 16
Ending Count – 72
FuRRR Feline Rescue gives every cat in our care the time and support they need to find a loving home. However, because we take in some very vulnerable and sick cats and kittens, including newborn orphaned kittens, elderly and special needs cats, some of the cats in our care do pass away or are humanely euthanized to end suffering due to incurable diseases or quality of life.