Discussion: Should certain human diseases or health conditions determine whether a cat should be adopted by someone not in optimum health?

This is a discussion on whether certain human diseases or health conditions determine whether a cat should be adopted out to that person. As we get older, most of us suffer from one condition or another. Some are due to … please continue reading

What does it mean when a rescue is asked to sign an Animal Welfare Agreement?

What does it mean when a rescue is asked to sign an Animal Welfare Agreement between their rescue and an animal shelter they “pull” (save cats and dogs) from? This question has come up since Greenville County Animal Care Services … please continue reading

Woman sues cat shelter for compensation after cat adopted from them bites her badly

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This is another slice of human madness. It is the season for it. A woman adapted a cat from a shelter which is part of Albuquerque’s Animal Welfare Department and soon afterwards she sues the shelter. The shelter staff say … please continue reading

British animal rescue organisation insists that adopted cats are free to roam outside

A British animal rescue organisation, which I can’t name today, insists that cats adopted from them are allowed to roam outside entirely freely. On what I have heard first hand, it makes no difference if you live in London or … please continue reading

Cat Shelter Forcibly Repossesses Cat Adopted From Them Seven Years Ago

St. Francis Animal Rescue (SFAR) is a no-kill animal rescue shelter founded in 1992 by a group of women caring for a feral colony who decided the need was there to help abandoned, stray and homeless cat located in their … please continue reading