Cat Adoption Form

To be considered as an adopter, you must:

  • Be 21 years of age or older
  • Have identification showing your present address
  • Have the knowledge and consent of your landlord (written consent preferred)
  • Be able and willing to spend the time and money necessary to provide training, medical treatment and proper care of the cat for its lifetime

Completion of this application does not guarantee adoption of an Animal Rescue League of El Paso cat.
Please print legibly, complete all questions and circle answer when required. Thank you !

Where will the cat stay:


1. I am applying to adopt the cat described above from ANIMAL RESCUE LEAGUE OF EL PASO INC, (hereinafter ARL). The cat is being adopted as a companion and will live as a family member. I WILL NOT allow this cat to be used for purposes of breeding, vivisection or experimentation. *

2. I agree that a representative may make a home check of my home prior to adoption and, that during the life of the pet, a representative of ARL may make periodic inspections of the pet, my residence and the cat’s living conditions on reasonable notice. *

3. I understand that sterilization of any animal adopted from a humane organization is required under Texas Health and Safety Code, Ch. 828. Violation of this law is a criminal offense punishable as a Class C Misdemeanor. I further understand that all cats adopted from ARL are sterilized prior to placement. *

I acknowledge that I have read and fully understand the terms and conditions of the foregoing
adoption application. I have answered each question to the best of my knowledge and agree that should any answer be found to be false, and my application is approved, ARL will have the right to immediately reclaim the cat without compensation to me. If there are any terms with which I disagree,I have crossed them out and had both parties initial the changes.
I further understand that the completion and submission of the adoption application does not ensure that the application will be approved. 

Our mission is to serve stray, abandoned, orphaned, abused and injured companion animals by providing medical care and shelter in times of need, locating lifelong homes, and promoting responsible pet guardianship through education, legislation and sterilization.