Rehome Your Cat

The Animal Foundation

Tips for Rehoming Your Pet

Rehoming Your Pet

in the Las Vegas Valley


There are a lot of people throughout the Las Vegas Valley looking for a furry friend just like yours! Before bringing your pet to The Animal Foundation, download their rehoming tool kit and try to find a new forever home for your pet on your own.

Below are some quick tips for rehoming your pet:

  • Start by taking good photos of your pet (a photo of your pet’s face and your pet’s whole body)
  • Compose your pet’s biography so you can post him on an Adoptable Pets page or flyer
  • Describe the ideal home you would like to find for your pet
  • If your pet has a behavior problem, you need to disclose this
  • List your re-home fee, and what this includes
  • Use this information to make a flyer
  • It helps if your share the circumstances of your situation without getting too personal

The rehoming tool kit will walk you through these steps, and includes a sample application for your use.

Other Community Resources

Before surrendering your pet to The Animal Foundation, please consider reaching out to local rescue organizations. You can view The Animal Foundation’s Paw Partners (local rescue organization’s that we partner with) by clicking here.

Need to “Re-Home” your Cat?

If you are interested in placing your cat into a new home, below are suggestions to assist you.

  • Spread the word to family members, friends, neighbors, co-workers, and even out-of-state relatives and friends. Social media is a great way to do this; however, you have to be honest about the circumstances and about your pet’s shortcomings when describing the type of home your pet would be best suited for.
  • Try searching for assistance through online rescue & adoption services. Get a list of rescue groups in your area and our surrounding states at: or on the Rescue & Assistance page for Las Vegas.
  • Consider posting your cat on neighborhood forums, like, as many people in your area will consider helping you.
  • Place a color photo advertisement on bulletin boards at vet clinics, pet supply stores, & grooming shops.
  • Reach out to online local & nationwide breed-specific rescue groups and clubs, if applicable.

Source: Best Friends Animal Sanctuary