Have you found an animal(s) you are interested in adopting? Please fill out our Adoption Application and either email, mail or fax it back to us.
P.O. Box 872947
Vancouver, WA 98687
Fax # 360-604-3022
One of our Adoption Counselors will review your application and then call you to set up a time to review your application and a time to meet the animal(s).
Please keep in mind we do not have a public facility for you to come and meet the animals, all of our animals are in foster homes.
Have questions? Please email us and we will be more than happy to answer them for you!
Adoption fees include a general veterinary examination, initial vaccinations including Rabies (if over 16 weeks of age), flea/tick/ear mite treatments, deworming, spay or neuter surgery, microchip, FeLV/FIV/Heartworm testing for cats and Heartworm testing for dogs. On average we spend $300.00 per healthy feline/canine before it is placed for adoption. This does not include daily care.
How to place a temporary hold
To place a free 4 hour hold on a pet you see that is over 1 year of age on the Website text (360) 909-8090, between 10 am-6:00pm and provide the animal's name. We will let you know if there any previous holds and schedule a time for you to meet the animal Note: We do not place a holds on kittens or puppies under one year of age.
Kittens up to 1 year $135.00
Cats 1 year - 7 yrs $80.00
Cats 7 years + $50.00
*Barn cats* regardless of age $25.00
Puppies up to 1 year $350.00
Dogs 1 year - 7 year $250.00
Dogs 7 + $150.00
* These fees apply unless otherwise specified.
Regardless of age is $50.00, all rabbits are spayed\neutered.
Adoption fees include a general veterinary examination, initial vaccinations including Rabies(if over 16 weeks of age), flea/tick/ear mite treatments, deworming, spay or neuter surgery, microchip, FeLV/FIV/Heart worm testing for cats and Heartworm testing for dogs. *does not include daily care or any medications the animal may need.
Wondering why kittens and puppies cost more? At Tender Care Animal Rescue, we cheer for all animals, however, we know some animals are more desired to the public for example; small breed dogs, puppies and fluffy kittens. Having a higher adoption fee for animals that we know will go home quickly enables us to care for long-time residents and help pay for veterinary care for dogs with broken legs or cats with abscesses, just as an example, until they find their new home. Puppies, kittens, small breed dogs and purebreds barely last a day before they fly out the door with their new adopted families.
TCAR is non-profit but to remain viable we have to run like a business. That means we need to present the TCAR Board of Directors with a balanced budget every year and live within that budget. Donations and adoption fees also help pay for programs such as humane education, behavior counseling and advice for pet owners. If you have ever used these programs/services, you probably realized they were a tremendous value to the community.
We disclose any potential health problems that we are able to find and disclose any information that we learn regarding behavior. We can not guarantee the health of the animal after adoption but we do accept our animals back should their need be more then he new families can provide.