At Purry Paws, we frown upon this. Adopting a pet is a lifetime commitment, their lifetime and we MUST be sure every person involved in the care of the adopted pet is on the same page. We prefer that the person caring for the animal meets the animal first and we can make sure that pet is a purrfect fit for the person, their lifestyle, and energy level. For instance, we would not want someone to try an adopt a small kitten that is very active and into everything for their grandmother who is 96. A 96-year-old woman will be outlived by the kitten in most cases, not to mention, the woman may not be able to scoop litter boxes, may not be able to keep an eye on the kitten 24/7, there may be income limitations that will affect the kitten. It just isn’t a great fit.