Q: I am interested in meeting and possibly adopting one of the Misfits!
Please fill out an Adoption Application! The Adoption Application is just that, an application! This is the first step of the entire process. Misfits is entirely foster home based, so coordinating a meet and greet is only done from a chosen Adoption Application. Please note that chosen Applications are NOT by a first come, first serve basis. We ask that you take the time to fill out your application and answer each question thoroughly! This is the first chance for us to learn about you and your family, so the more you tell us the better!
Q: My Application was chosen! Now what?
Now is the time that we set up an in home meet and greet. We bring the Animal to YOU and you are able to interact and meet the Animal in the comfort of your home. This gives us the ability to do a thorough home check of our potential adopters homes, and meet all family members. At this time, we leave the Animal with you for an hour or so, so you can see their true personality. Then, we take the animal back and this gives the potential forever family a chance to discuss if the animal was right for their lifestyle and purchase any more essentials they may need. At this time, we are able to complete reference checks on our end. Then, if the meet and greet has been successful, the home check, and the reference checks, we are then so excited to have you welcome your new family member into your home for good!
Q: What can you expect when adopting a Misfit?
We ensure all our animals have been cleared by our veterinarians and ready for their forever homes. Every animal that comes through Misfits is up to date on vaccines, dewormed, microchipped, and has their spay or neuter paid for in full by us. If the animal is of age, this happens while still in Misfits care. It they are under six months, we book and pay for the procedure to be done at 6 months at one of the vet clinics that we work with. Spaying and neutering is vital and the only sure way to help slow down the growing pet population.