Interested in ADOPTING or FOSTERING?
Please contact us at email@example.com or give us a call at 907-230-6394.
Mojo’s Hope always wants to ensure that our rescues choose the most wonderful home possible. To help our adopters match up with the PURRfect pet, we are asking something unique for our adoption fee.
First, we ask you to please fill out our adoption application. Our adoption fee for cats is generally $100. Instead of paying this adoption fee, we are asking our adoptive families to use that money towards preparing for the arrival of their newest addition.
Here is a list of suggested supplies to get your home ready:
• Food/Water dishes
• Uncovered Litter Box/Litter
• Scratching Posts/Cat Trees
• Feliway (cat pheromone that assists with stress and behaviors)
• Cat Beds/Hidey Spot/Cube/Kennel (foster home will provide at least one piece of bedding or a bed from the foster home to assist with the transition, as having their own smell alleviates stress)
• Cat Trees/Perches
• Music (Through a Cat’s Ear is highly recommended)
• Enrichment Toys
• Cat DVDs
• Collar/harness/ID tag
Mojo’s Hope provides a care package for each of our rescues when they go to their adoptive home. This care package includes food, bedding, toys, enrichment activities, treats, and a transition packet. The transition packet provides the adopter with a look into the daily life of our rescue and helps the cat and the family support each other during this process.
Mojo’s Hope has a very clear and strong position when it comes to cats keeping their claws. We are adamantly opposed to declawing. It is barbaric, cruel, and has proven to cause long-term negative effects on the cat’s body and emotional well-being.
Both our adoption application and agreements have an additional clause that the adoptive family signs, that states very clearly that they agree to reach out to MH if behavior concerns arise and that they are never to declaw the cat.
Do not submit an application if you have any intention of declawing!
Aggie & Arthur Born were born with Cerebellar Hypoplasia which is a non-progressive neurological condition that affects balance and coordination.
Baggie & MoonPie didn't come into our program together. They bonded very quickly and are always found snuggling together, playing together and are so sweet. Baggie has an idiopathic seizure condition that he takes a medicine called Keppra for, 3 times a day. MoonPie is a very shy cat who must be placed with Baggie and will remain in our Purrever foster program.