- Cat trapping services.
- Cat transportation to and from your veterinarian.
- Euthanasia of your pet cat.
- Deceased cat removal for burial or cremation.
CAT TRAPPING AND WHAT HAPPENS TO THE CATS?
- The option which we highly recommend, is having the cats sterilized and returned back to the same property. It is illegal for us, or any other trapping company to capture the cats and release them loose somewhere with no person to feed them and provide water. This is called “cat dumping” and we will not do it even though we are asked many times to do so. Please take into consideration the cats that you may want removed may only have eaten dry cat food their entire lives. By dumping them elsewhere, it may cause them to starve to death and that is something that we would never wish on any animal.
- You can have the cats trapped and transferred into your carriers. You must have a single carrier for every one cat to transfer them into. This is commonly used for people that are moving out of their house. They take them along because they are saddened and conflicted not knowing what will happen to the outdoor cats when they move to a new location. Another scenario is a death in the family and the surviving relatives want to transport the cats to their own home. You may also have a bunch of cats that you would like relocated to another property that you own or you have a friend will take responsibility of them.
CAT TRANSPORTATION SERVICES
Sometimes, our customers personal pet turns aggressive or they simply don’t want to be handled. We will send our employee out to your house, capture your cat in a humane manner and place it in your hard sided carrier for you to take to your vet. If you don’t have transportation, we will deliver your cat to the vet of your choice here in Miami. We can even pick up your cat after its’ visit to the vet. We will literally be your pets personal chauffeur!
Sometimes, just like dogs, cats can turn into four legged terror machines. This can be your beloved pet cat or an outdoor feral one that you want captured. Humane Animal Removal will send an expert to your home to capture it. We will transfer the cat to your carrier for you to take to your veterinarian or if you would prefer we can transport it there on your behalf for an additional fee. We strongly urge the customer to not attempt this yourself because a cat, when being placed into a carrier will do whatever it takes to not go in the crate opening. We are trained to handle even the most aggressive feisty felines. Best to leave this to the professionals at Humane Animal Removal.
DECEASED CAT REMOVAL
- Group Cremation: We will come to your house and pick up your cat and have it cremated. You have your choice of a private cremation, where your pet is cremated by itself and you would receive only your pets ashes back in a sealed box after about ten business days, shipped to your address. You also have a choice to have your pet cremated in a “group” cremation where you would not receive any ashes back. Group cremation is less expensive than the first option of private cremation.
- Burial: This is the most economical option. If you do not want your cat cremated, the other option is burial. Our driver would pick up your cat and have it disposed of at the county facility. Miami Dade county has a pit that we are allowed to put animals into and then bury them. This is a mass grave, not an individual burial. You will not be allowed to visit this site. A mass grave means other animals will be buried together with your pet. This burial area is where all animals are taken when not cremated in Miami Dade, such as farm animals, and pets from veterinarians go to this location. While this is obviously not a pretty thing to envision, it is the least expensive option. We will never try and sell you on a more expensive option, we let our customers decide what’s the best choice for them.