Can't keep your pet?
SAFELY REHOMING YOUR PET
If you are looking for a new home for your pet, we're sorry you find yourself in this position. Please visit the links below to find rescues and organizations which can help you safely find a loving new home for your pet and visit our resources page. Best of luck!
First, if you adopted your cat from Tenth Life, please email firstname.lastname@example.org regarding any and all returns. While Tenth Life is a stray rescue, all of our adopted cats can be returned at anytime. They'll always have a place with us!
In fact, if you adopted your cat from any rescue or shelter that is still in operation, please contact them first. You'll want to review your adoption contract, as well. Please note that many rescues, Tenth Life included, may insert a return clause in their adoption contract as well as breach of contract terms to consider should you fail to reach out. While our goal is to keep cats with their families whenever possible, if you must rehome your pet, we’ve listed several resources here, including options for finding pet-friendly housing and safely moving with your pet.
AREA SHELTERS, RESCUES, AND HUMANE SOCIETIES
Pet Resume for Apartment Renters
MOVING SAFELY WITH YOUR PET
Moving to a New Home With Your Cat by Cat Behavior Associates
TEMPORARY FOSTER CARE OPTIONS
Pact For Animals (National)
PACT for Animals is a champion of the Human-Animal Bond. PACT gives peace of mind to hospital patients and military personnel by placing their pets in temporary foster homes until their owners can be reunited with the companion animals they love. Find more information at pactforanimals.org.
Mail: P.O. Box 590, Gladwyne, PA 19035
Best of luck to you and your family, feline and otherwise.