You have adopted a cat from Hyde Park Cats.
You should receive your cat's paperwork in the US postal mail shortly, and our Alumni Coordinator will be in touch with you in the near future just to hear how it's going. Our goal is to find forever homes for our cats, and we're committed to helping that process when it needs help. Please reach out if you have questions or concerns ... and of course we always love to hear from our adopters with any happy updates!
Please remember, as you settle in with your new companion, that all cats require adjustment time to new situations. For some cats, that adjustment time might be one hour. For others, it can be much longer. Many of our cats came from scary situations, and may need a little extra TLC. They may also need extra consideration when entering situations such as a multipet household.
Here are some of our thoughts and tips for a successful transition.
Some Common Concerns for the first days:
Some cases are slightly different than our standard. For instance we have had cats who were too skinny, or too young, to receive a vaccine. These things will all be disclosed to you, and our Adoption Coordinator will work with you to make sure your cat receives the appropriate care.