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What is the process to adopt?

    At this time, we are sending out felines on foster-to-adopt scenarios since interaction with them prior to taking them home may not be possible. This means we will process your application as stated below, and once fully approved, we will coordinate a meeting for the hand-off. We will stay in touch to monitor how things are going and, if it is a good match, we will finalize the adoption electronically in a two- or three- week time period. If things don't work out, the felines will return to FMCA.

How much does it cost to adopt a cat/kitten?

I live outside of Montgomery County, MD; can I still adopt from your group?

No. You must live within our adoption area. Home visits are required as part of the adoption process.

What happens if I adopt a cat or kitten and it just doesn't work out?

We require that the animals be returned to us. We will work with you to find one that is a better match, if you desire. Also, if you can no longer keep a cat after X number of years, please contact us. We will make every effort to bring the cat back into the FMCA adoption system and find it another home; however, this decision depends upon current health and/or behavioral issues the cat may have developed. It also depends on the availability of foster care.

Can my adopted cat be an indoor/outdoor cat?

    No. Cats that are adopted from FMCA must live indoors. The exception to this is a cat that comes to the group as an indoor/outdoor cat, and we are sure it will not adapt to an indoors-only lifestyle. In that case, we try to place the cat in as safe a neighborhood as possible.

Can I de-claw my adopted cat?

    NO! If you must have a declawed cat, we will be glad to show you what we have available that has already been declawed by a previous owner. FMCA is greatly opposed to declawing. We will show you how to trim nails and give you information on training the cat to scratch in appropriate places.

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