Because Cat Action Team is 100% volunteer-based and does not maintain a physical shelter, we are unable to take in pets that need to be rehomed. Currently, CAT's resources are focused on supporting our core program - Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate-Return (TNVR).
Pets are a lifelong commitment. When challenges arise, you may feel that giving up your pet is the only solution. Before making the decision to give up or rehome your pet, we encourage you to review the below resources and alternatives.
Cats are sensitive animals. Cats showing aggression, destructiveness, or other atypical behaviors may have an underlying medical issue. We strongly recommend consulting your vet to pinpoint the source of behavioral issues and develop a plan to address them. Richmond Animal League (RAL) also has an excellent cat behavior resource page that may provide insight on your pet's behavior changes.
You are your pet's best chance of finding a loving and stable home. CAT highly encourages following the below steps to keep your pet out of a shelter environment and help them get adopted: