Q: What constitutes legal cat ownership?
We are fostering a special needs cat from a veterinary clinic which was also my fiancé’s employer. The Foster agreement was meant to lead into an adoption. However due to circumstances that were unavoidable she resigned her position. Now there is conflict with clinic which might lead to them trying to prevent the adoption. We have already paid money towards his vet bill.
Is there any protection from a vengeful former employer who may refuse the adoption because of the status of former employee?
Do we have a financial claim to his legal ownership?
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