Before you decide to surrender your cat, we highly recommend that you explore other alternatives.
If the reason is behavioural, consult a feline behaviour specialist first, many times there are simple ways to change the cats behaviour.
If someone in your house has allergies, try speaking to a doctor, creating a cat-free zone, cleaning the house frequently and bathing the cat weekly.
If your landlord doesn't allow pets, try finding pet-friendly house you can rent instead.
If you really feel you can't come up with a way to take care of your cat anymore, ask if anyone you know and trust can adopt her.
If you love your animal enough and it is a part of your family there is always a way.
Failing all those solutions, as
an absolute last resort surrender your cat to an
animal welfare shelter.
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