Are you interested in adopting with us?
If you would like to become an approved adopter with OMC (Only Maine
Coons Rescue) please complete our Adoption Application. Once you have
been approved, you may choose a cat/kitten to adopt. Next we make sure
you are both a good match, and then the adoption will proceed.
Once you are approved to adopt a particular cat/kitten, we will ask you
to complete the Adoption Agreement form and to make your adoption donation.
If you are adopting a young kitten that has not been spayed or neutered
yet, we will ask you to complete the OMC Spay/Neuter Contract and to prepay
for this procedure with your vet. You may also use one of the programs
that OMC offers; Friends of Animals, www.friendsofanimals.org,
or the NJ
Spay/Neuter Program (Your Application Coordinator will guide you).
Please note that kittens under the age of 7 months must be adopted into
a home with an existing cat or in pairs. Our adoption policy requires
that an adopter have a cat already in the home, or that they adopt 2 cats
from our group when choosing a kitten under the age of 7 months.
After the completion of this process, arrangements will be made for the
cat to be picked up by you or to be delivered to you by the foster parent.
ADOPTION AREA: We participate with adopters in the following states.
NC, VA, WV, DC, MD, PA, DE, NJ, NY, CT, RI, MA.
Seniors! Check out our Senior
Cats for Senior Folks Program!
Senior cats make great companions for senior folks! Theres a kind
of understanding they share about growing older and wiser. Are you looking
for a great companion? If so, consider adopting a kitty with a little
silver in his or her fur. Youll find that mature kitties make wonderful
The Only Maine Coons Rescue Senior Cats for Senior Folks program matches
cats aged 6 and older with senior-aged people. Though these cats still
have long, healthy lives ahead of them, they have a greatly reduced risk
of outliving their guardians (which is a major concern for many seniors).
Because our senior cats have their rambunctious kitten years behind them,
they make ideal companions in less active homes. And because they are
homeless, they are especially appreciative of the love and attention that
senior folks can provide!