Occasionally PCT must decide that a cat is not suitable to become a therapy/breeder cat because of a health or temperament issue. When we make the decision to release a cat from our program, we review the adoption applications we’ve received so as to find a home that will be a good match for the cat. All of our released cats are spayed/neutered and their vaccinations are current. And even though they are “career changed” from being a therapy cat, they still make wonderful pets and companions. Purr-fect Cat Therapy also provides sanctuary for PCT clients cats in emergency situation and provide permanent shelter when needed for retired cats of our own breeding program.
The adoption fee for a career changed cat is $500-$700, depending on his/her age and training history.
If you are interested in adopting one of our career changed cats, please download and complete the Career Change Released Cat Adoption Application below.
To keep our Veterinary care cost at the lowest possible and maintain ultimate health and care for our Siberian cats.
All of our cats are primarily fed a commercial raw food diet, delivered monthly at our door step by www.darwinspet.com.
We invite all of our futur adopters to visit PCT partner's website the Feline Nutrition Foundation for more information and healthy options presently available in USA pet food market. Purr-fect Cat Therapy Inc also feed a wide variety of holistic, grains free cans for convenience. Please visit our Feeding page for a complete listing and information.
Purr-fect Cat Therapy Inc strongly believe there is one thing that has a huge effect on your cat's health, and that is diet.
Dry kibbled, highly-processed diets are not, by their nature, biologically appropriate for cats. By nature, cats are desert creatures, and this means that in nature, they get most of their moisture intake from the food they eat. Dry kibble foods actually rob the body of moisture and can eventually cause a state of chronic, low-grade, long term dehydration in a feline - hence, a common feline ailment are urinary tract infections and kidney disease. The consumption of a low-moisture kibble diet requires the cat to drink excessive water just to help digest and break down the kibble food. Siberian Cats do not strive on this diet.
A sudden dietary change can cause serious Illness in your adopted cat, including diarrhea with costly grooming cost and further problems. We strictly want our cats at the best health possible and we also want them to live a happy life for many years to come. If you feel that for any reasons you cannot keep our Siberian cats on their current diet or similar diet of preference from PCT species appropriate, natural diet list Feeding page, we kindly ask you TO NOT Pursue Adoption though PCT.
Click on OPEN bottom right of the Cat Adoption Application to download in PDF /or Print it.
Purr-fect Cat Therapy, Inc. (PCT) does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, HIV/AIDS status, gender expression, age, height, weight, physical or mental ability, veteran status, military obligations, and marital status.