How to Adopt

Adopting a cat or dog from Cyprus Pride House is straightforward. Simply fill out an application form and send it to us. We will get in touch to discuss a suitable pet for your home and situation and arrange a home visit.

The full process and application forms are detailed below the video.


Adoption Process

  1. Download the adoption form:  PDF  |  Word  | Open Document
  2. If you need help completing the form, please contact us.
  3. Email the completed form to
  4. We get in touch to chat about a suitable dog or cat for you and your family – see all our pets looking for a home.
  5. A home visit is arranged and, if you are successful, you secure the adoption straightaway with the minimum adoption fee – this is discussed during step 4. Please note: this fee is non-refundable if you change your mind or for any other reason.
  6. Fees as of January 2023 are MINIMUM £150 per cat plus £50-75 for the travel box, which adopters get to keep. The actual cost of the flight is £350 plus per cat and relies on donations to cover. A dog is a MINIMUM of £550 upwards (note: the travel box can be purchased by yourself for transporting – please ask for details on cost.)
  7. You need to print, sign, date, and post your completed adoption form to us as soon as possible. This finalises the adoption process.
  8. We prepare all pets with everything they need, including a pet passport, being neutered/spayed (if over 6 months of age), all vaccinations and a microchip. Most pets are ready to fly on the next available flight, which we arrange to fit in with your availability the best we can.
  9. We keep you informed of your pet’s progress and flight information.

Your Pet’s Flight and Day of Arrival

  1. We take the pets to the airport in their travel crates and check them in for their flight.
  2. Once they have landed in your country, the airport’s animal welfare team will check them over and provide food/water.
  3. Paperwork is also checked for each pet by the animal care team and, once given the OK, the pet is released to you – the new owner.
  4. You are free to take your pet home!

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