Foster a Cat or Kittens in Need

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Kitten Foster

As a kitten foster, you can play a critical role in saving lives of mother cats and their kittens as well as orphaned kittens. Young kittens are susceptible to infection and it’s not safe for them to stay in a busy shelter environment. We need volunteers who can care for kittens in their home and provide them with TLC until the kittens are old enough to be adopted. 

Ideal fosters/foster families:

  • We need all types of homes – and those with kids, cats, dogs, or some combination thereof are great so that the kittens can get as much socialization as possible.
  • We needs homes committed to helping kittens have a multitude of all-positive  experiences to best set them up for success!

Socialization Foster

We also need foster families to care for cats and kittens who are shy, scared, and/or have a tough time adjusting to shelter life. Providing them with a temporary home helps improve their physical and mental well-being, and increased their chances of a successful adoption. 

We will help guide you in the various ways to afford these cats all-positive experiences – from reading to them and playing relaxing music to providing interactive play sessions to help them reduce stress and gain confidence.

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Staff Support

Our staff is here to support you and provide guidance in helping your foster cats/kittens thrive. We provide behavior and general wellness support throughout the process. We also cover medical costs through our veterinarian while cats are in foster. 

Some aspects of our program include:

  • Program Support from our Foster Coordinator
  • Behavior support from our Cat Programs Coordinator and Cat Behaviorist partner
  • Medical support from our Veterinarian partner and staff Certified Vet Tech
  • Food and general supply support