The cat should be an INDOOR cat ONLY. Access to the outdoors is dangerous for the cat.
The cat should be treated as a family member with loving care and affection. There should not have any physical, mental, or emotional abuse of the cat.
Adopter should provide all required and/or needed veterinary care, including: vaccinations and fecal checks as recommended by the veterinarian; and prompt treatment by a licensed veterinarian for any illness or injury.
If not already done, adopter should have the cat spayed/neutered.
Adopter must agree not to sell or give this animal to organization or animal shelter. If an alternative home becomes necessary for the animal, adopter required to contact the rescuer. Adopter also be required to care for the cat until a foster home becomes available.
For the cat’s safety, adopter should make sure that the cat will be carried in a cat carrier any time it is transported.
Adopter should not keep the cat confined to a room or small area for long periods of time.
At last, please consider seriously while this is a family member that need your care for 10-20 years.