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Seattle Private Cat Rehoming Services

Seattle Cat rehoming services. Need to rehome a cat or kitten in Seattle and area? Pet Rehoming Network’s team of experienced private pet adoption specialists can help you to safely and effectively find a good home for your cat or kitten.

Private Cat Rehoming Services in Seattle and Area

Request Our Seattle Cat Rehoming Services Today

Finding yourself in the difficult situation of having to rehome your cat is hard enough, so let the caring cat rehoming services team from Pet Rehoming Network help find your cat the perfect new home today.

Questions about our  Seattle cat rehoming service? Contact us here!

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No cat owner wants to have to rehome a cat or kitten. Unfortunately, life doesn’t always cooperate with the best laid plans for pet ownership. Being faced with the prospect of cat rehoming is a very distressing situation.

Cat owners worry about their pets’ future well-being, and whether they can find the right new home where their cat will continue to receive the love, attention and level of care they need and very much deserve.

Whether a purebred cat breed or domestic feline, we can help you find your cat the most suitable home safely and effectively.


Reasons For Cat Rehoming

There are many understandable reasons why rehoming a cat or kitten can be necessary:

[dropcap1]1[/dropcap1] Cat Allergies – When a cat owner or a member of their family develops severe allergies to the cats in their home, rehoming a cat is usually a must-do. This is because allergies can be so severe as to make breathing difficult.  Because of this, in most cases of severe cat allergies, finding your cat a new home is essential.

[dropcap1]2[/dropcap1] Moving – When making an overseas or other long distance move is necessary due to work or being close to family members who need you, bringing yo ur cat along is not always practical – or possible..

Many overseas moves require long periods of quarantine for cats. The expense and logistics of transporting your cat to another country can be daunting. Therefor, many cat owners find that cat rehoming is the best solution for the well-being and welfare of their beloved pet.

[dropcap1]3[/dropcap1] Pregnancy and Child Raising – Cats are interesting pets because every cat is different, with unique personality traits. Many cats are deathly afraid of children – even babies. Small children are so unpredictable in a cat’s viewpoint.

Toddlers make lots of noise and move in clumsy ways that seem to make cats fear them.  Consequently, small children can make life miserable for a cherished family cat. Many cats spend their days hiding and feeling constantly under siege from the cries of babies and the unpredictable presence of toddlers.

We often hear about cats that suddenly begin peeing outside the litterbox and showing other territorial behavior in their home after children arrive.  Cats and small children are not always a good mix. Therefor,  placing your cat in a loving, calm home where they will feel safe and loved can be a great solution to this dilemma.

[dropcap1]4[/dropcap1] Financial Trouble – It’s so hard when you lose your job, become disabled, or experience other monetary set-backs.  Being able to afford the care and keeping of your cat can be difficult, and even impossible.

Many people faced with this situation find that they need to move to more affordable accommodations – many of which do not allow pets. Furthermore, having to choose between food, shelter and clothing for yourself – or paying for your cat’s food, litter and vet care makes rehoming your cat or kitten the best solution.

[dropcap1]5[/dropcap1] Illness and Disability – When faced with a serious illness such as cancer or ALS, cat owners worry about who will care for their precious pets when they no longer can. Finding a good home for their cat while their health allows them to make this all-important choice gives owners facing illness peace of mind.

This is often the very best solution for the well-being of the cats. You choose where and with whom the cats are placed. It is comforting to be able to keep in touch with the new owners, who are usually happy to share photos and stories of the pets in their new home.

[dropcap1]6[/dropcap1] Work Demands – Some careers demand so much of our time, and as a result, we can have little time for cat owners to spend with their pets. Cats can become neglected, spending far too much time alone. While hiring a pet sitter can be a solution for some cat owners, this can present a tremendous ongoing expense.

Cat rehoming makes sense in this situation. Finding a good home for cats with owners who have lots of time for giving snuggles, belly rubs and just spending time with them is a great solution. And most adoptive cat owners are happy to keep in touch, sending photos and updates on how the cats are doing in their new home.

[dropcap1]7[/dropcap1] Death of the Cat Owner – Sadly, it happens. Cat owners pass away unexpectedly, leaving their cherished pets with nowhere to go. Sometimes family or friends are able to offer the cats a good home, but this is not always the case.

Privately rehoming a cat when an owner dies is a much better solution than placing them in a shelter, where they will experience the profound loss of not only their owner – but their safe, happy and familiar home.


6 Great Reasons To Choose Our Compassionate Private Seattle Cat Rehoming Services

[dropcap4]1[/dropcap4] It’s SAFE. Our dedicated cat rehoming team take great care to ensure that you are matched only with potential pet adopters with a legitimate interest in offering your cat or kitten a loving, forever home.

[dropcap4]2[/dropcap4] Our staff provide FOLLOW-UP. We stay in touch with your cat’s new owners for a year, ensuring that all is well and your pet is being well taken care of.

[dropcap4]3[/dropcap4] It’s AFFORDABLE. We charge a modest fee of just $150 to rehome cats. You will receive some of this fee back, in the form of an adoption fee paid to you by the new owners once the right new home is found.

[dropcap4]4[/dropcap4] It’s WORRY-FREE. Let us deal with all those emails and phone calls inquiring about your cat. We’ll keep your identity, phone number and email address CONFIDENTIAL until a suitable adoptive family is found.

[dropcap4]5[/dropcap4] We CARE ABOUT YOU.  Giving up a cat is never easy, so we are here for you when you need a shoulder to lean on, a kind word, or reassurance that you are doing what is best for you and your cat.

[dropcap4]6[/dropcap4] It’s STRESS FREE FOR YOUR CAT.  There is nothing more traumatic for a beloved family cat than to be left at an animal shelter. It is always hard on the owner as well.

Our unique home to home cat adoption process means your cat never set’s paw in a shelter. Your precious companion will remain in your care until they are gently transitioned into the loving arms of their new owners. Throughout the process, you have the support and guidance of our Seattle cat rehoming team.


Request Our Private Seattle Cat Rehoming Services Today

Finding yourself in the difficult situation of having to rehome your cat is hard enough, so let Seattle Pet Rehoming Network make things easier for you. We will help find your cat the perfect home safely and effectively.

Questions about our cat rehoming services? Contact us here!

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Seattle Private Cat Adoptions and Rehoming

We Offer Cat Rehoming Services Throughout the Seattle Area

Mercer Island
Bellevue
White Center
Kirkland
Burien
Newcastle
Tukwila
Renton
Shoreline
SeaTac
Lake Forest Park
Redmond
Kingsgate
Kenmore
Sammamish
Yesler Terrace
Belltown
Capitol Hill
Madrona
Broadway
Queen Anne
Broadmoor
Mount Baker
North Broadway
Madison Park
South Seattle
Ross
Youngstown
Wallingford
Edgewater Park
West Seattle
Georgetown

Contact us to learn more about our private cat rehoming and adoption services today.



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