Seniors Application

  • Please provide the name and phone number of your primary veterinarian:
  • ex: basement, bathroom, run of the house, etc.
  • Please provide the name and phone number of your apartment or residential complex manager.
  • MARL Agrees to: 1) Retain legal ownership of the cat. 2) Provide any necessary medical care for the cat, including transportation and financial responsibilities. 3) Receive the foster cat back into our care if requested at any time. As a foster parent, you agree to: 1) Provide food, clean water, a clean litter box for the cat at all times. 2) Provide the cat with affection, attention, toys to play with, and a soft place to sleep. 3) Keep the cat indoors at all times. 4) Call a MARL representative at the first sign of illness in the cat. Signs may include: Red or runny eyes, sneezing, diarrhea, a change in the cat's behavior that is troubling to you, trouble using the litter box, cat not eating well, any additional issues you may be unsure of. 5) Keep the cat at your residence only. The cat may not be given to any other person for any reason 6) Return the foster cat only to MARL when you decide you no longer can care for the cat.

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