Forms, Information & Programs
If you have any questions about our forms, the information provided here or the programs we run, please Contact Us.
Download an Adoption, Foster or Pet Sitter form.
General information on getting a cat, what you need, and more.
Learn about our Finders Keepers and TNR programs.
Interested in fostering or adopting a cat, or becoming a pet sitter? Click on the appropriate form below to download.
Fill out the form and submit to .
Please note: all forms are fillable PDFs that can be completed electronically with Adobe Acrobat Reader.
If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader, please download the form, print it and fill it out by hand.
If you do have Adobe Acrobat Reader, download the form and complete it in Acrobat Reader;
then save it and email it to Furever Friends Cat Rescue.
Become a foster parent to a cat in need of training or convalescense.
Information on Getting Started
Helpful resources to determine if you are ready to adopt a cat, and if so, make the transition a positive experience for both you and your cat. Click on the PDF icon to read or download.
Are you ready for a cat?
How to care for your new cat.
What you need for your new cat.
Cat to cat introductions.
Finders Keepers Program
Have you found a homeless cat living outside that you want to keep?
Contact Us to see if you quality for our Finders Keepers Program.
This program provides an initial cat assessment by one of our volunteers, vet check, spay/neuter,
vaccinations, and tattoo. All for the low price of $99. Certain conditions apply and participants
must sign a cat commitment contract.
Furever Friends Cat Rescue and the Town of Altona have implemented a TRAP-AND-RELEASE (TNR) PROGRAM.
Cats and kittens are trapped, transported to the Pound for evaluation, provided with vet care and spayed/ neutered.
If the cat is tameable, it is claimed by Furever Friends Cat Rescue and put into foster care.
If too wild, it is released back into the community and a feral shelter is set up to provide it with safe shelter and food.
Maintaining a healthy feral cat population benefits our community by keeping the rodent population low.
It reduces the incidence of homeless cats roaming in search of food and shelter, and reduces nuisance behaviours
such as spraying, fighting, and mating. Even well fed feral cats hunt for mice and rabbits.
This is one reason why people like having a feral cat in their neighbourhood.
Feral cats living on their own, on the street, suffer from hunger, thirst, and extreme cold.
Often we see and hear of the horrible situations that homeless cats are found in - either frozen under cars
or found dead as a result of malnutrition and poor health. It is through no fault of their own that their pain and hardships continue to grow, along with their increasing population. It is satisfying to know we are doing something to help
a few of these animals, and hopefully with time, will be reaching even more of them.
If you are interested in learning more about this program, and/or would like to become a feral shelter caretaker,
please Contact Us. Feral shelters are provided (free of charge) by our Rescue and placed in an
appropriate location on your property. Shelters are unobtrusive, insulated units that provide
feral cats protection from the elements.