Due to the large volume of requests we get for courtesy posts and asking if we can take in kittens/cats, or rehome owned pets, we have set up a Facebook group called Cats of the Triad Needing Rescue or Adoption where individuals can post to find homes for cats in the Triad of North Carolina.
For Facebook users, please go to the FB group: Cats of the Triad Needing Rescue or Adoption. there are over 1,000 members in the group that are active with sharing posts. Many members of area rescues are also in the group.
Post the following information along with photo(s) ion the group:
-Your contact information
-Age of cat (if known)
-Spayed/Neutered (if known)
-UTD on shots (if known)
Please also provide details on the cat's personality and if it gets along with other cats/dogs, children, adults. Anything to help it find the perfect home.
Please SPAY/NEUTER to stop the overpopulation of homeless cats and dogs. there are low-cost (and sometimes free) resources available.
Sparkle Cat Rescue has partnered with Rehome (by Adopt-A-Pet and The Petco Foundation. If you click the blue button below (Find Your Pet A New Home), and submit a pet to Rehome that you need to find an adopter, Rehome will automatically track the referral back to our organization and we will receive 100% of the adoption fee.
Other online resources:
Facebook: Alamance County NC Pets
Facebook: Alamance County, NC Pet Rehoming, Lost and Found, and Rescue
For more rescue resources please go here: http://www.sparklecatrescue.org/rescue-resources-north-carolina.html
You can also do an online search via www.petfinder.com and search by zip code.
When rehoming your pet, please ensure you do a vet reference
and charge a small rehoming fee.
This is to ensure your pet goes to a loving and safe home.
Below are blank adoption forms for you to screen potential adopters.
http://www.rescueme.org/ allows you to post animals you are seeking to rehome or animals you have found that you need to find a home for. If you have found an animal, please sure to contact your local animal service group and provide a description of the animal in case their family is looking for them. Also share 'found' posters on Facebook and ask neighbors if they are missing a beloved pet or recognize the animal you have found.