Lawrence County Humane
Society Animal Shelter
PO Box 1331, 820 Isaac RD
Louisa, KY 41230
Card No._____________ Date of
The Lawrence County Humane Society Animal Shelter is a
mandatory spay/neuter shelter. Each new pet owner is required to read and
sign this contract before a pet leaves the shelter. All animals must have
been spayed/neutered before the animal leaves the shelter.
ALL ANIMALS ADOPTED MUST HAVE A FENCED YARD,
KENNEL OR BE SMALL ENOUGH TO BE A HOUSE DOG. ALL ADOPTED CATS OR KITTENS
MUST BE KEPT IN THE HOUSE.
FULL PAYMENT IS REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF ADOPTION.
Any veterinary services or medications after adoption
are at the expense of the new pet owner. If the adoption does not work out,
the shelter requires the animal be returned to the shelter.
On receiving the above animal, I HEREBY AGREE to care
for said animal in a humane manner (including food, water, shelter and
veterinary care.) I agree to take the animal to a veterinarian within 48
hours of adoption to have the animal checked, and to get any additional
vaccinations that maybe required.
I WILL NOT CHAIN OR TIE THIS ANIMAL UP. IT
WILL HAVE A FENCED YARD OR KENNEL. SHOULD ANY OF THESE POLICIES BE VIOLATED
BY ME THE HUMANE SOCIETY HAS THE RIGHT TO REMOVE THE ANIMAL FROM ME. MY CAT
OR KTTEN WILL BE KEPT IN THE HOUSE.
I further agree that the animal I am adopting shall not
be used for medical or experimental purposes. My Signature acknowledges
that I have read and understand this document.
The Adoption Fee does not include the rabies
vaccination. Rabies vaccinations are required by law. The adoption fee also
does not include a heart worm check for dogs and feline leukemia test for
cats. These services are the expense of the new owner.
The animal that you are adopting is a stray. The
Lawrence County Humane Society has no prior knowledge as to the health,
temperament, eventual size, weight and background of the animal. The animal
you are adopting will have been spayed or neutered. It will have had its
first set of shots and been wormed. If you are adopting a puppy or kitten it
will require booster shots given by your own veterinarian.
The Lawrence County Humane Society does not knowingly
adopt out any sick animals. Should the animal that you have adopted become
ill within one week of leaving the shelter, it may be brought back to the
shelter. The Lawrence County Humane Society is not libel for any veterinary
bills that are incurred should you decide to keep the animal and have it
treated by a veterinarian.
By signing this document you acknowledge that you have
read and understand the contents.
Date of spay or neuter_______________