Limited Admission shelters like ours typically remain at capacity so that we can help as many kitties as possible at a given time. You can email us to see if our situation has changed, but please be aware that we may not be able to assist you with placing your cat.
Requests for owner surrenders or stray placement often exceed adoptions. Finding placement can take patience and persistence. In addition to the other resources listed below, we recommend making a flyer with the cat’s description, pictures, and contact information to post at vet offices, animal shelters, pet supply stores, etc. Using social media and neighborhood websites, such as Nextdoor, can also increase your audience. To ensure the pet’s safety, you may consider asking the potential adopter for vet references or a rehoming fee.
Never abandon your pet. Abandonment puts their life at risk and is illegal.
If you find a stray animal, the best first step is to take it to a local animal services facility or veterinary clinic to scan for a microchip.
Once the microchip number is known that company can put you in touch with the owner so that they can reclaim their pet. You can find out which company placed a microchip and when it was last updated at petmicrochiplookup.org
These websites allow you to set up an online profile or generate a flyer to rehome your pet:
These rescue groups and shelters may be able to assist you with placing your pet:
Atlanta Humane Society
Pup and Cat Co.