View transport partners contact details HERE (page is password protected)
We are lucky enough to be paired up with a number of animal rescues in the Northeast, mainly Vermont, who do not have the pet overpopulation problem that we have. Therefore, our no-kill partners can take cats and kittens that are have been waiting for homes for months down here and find them homes quickly where they are wanted. Stacey has visited each of the shelters and found them to be well-run places where our animals will be happy until they find their forever homes.
All cats are vaccinated and tested before transport, as well as are checked for ringworm and have a fecal test. The vast majority have been spayed or neutered.
Transport Request Form: When we are looking for cats to go on transport, we will ask everyone interested in sending their cat to do a TRANSPORT REQUEST FORM. Filling out the form does not guarantee that your cat will be on the transport; you will be contacted if your cat has been accepted.
Health Certificate, needed for all transports: HTTPS://WWW.APHIS.USDA.GOV/LIBRARY/FORMS/PDF/APHIS7001.PDF
Car transport: Needs to be dated within 30 days
Air transport: Needs to be dated within 10 days
Health Certificate can be filled out online or written by hand, but no mistakes please
Transport Checklist link: HERE (if you want to modify it, make sure you are logged in as Good Karma)