What is fostering?
Fostering cats is when you volunteer to take a cat or kittens from a rescue organization and provide them with a temporary home in your own home until they are adopted. Fostering can be a great way to help cats in need, and it can also be a rewarding experience.
What are the benefits of fostering cats:
You can help save lives. Shelters and rescue organizations often have more cats than they can house, so fostering can help to free up space and make it possible for more cats to be adopted.
You can give cats a chance to experience a loving home. Many cats in shelters have never had a loving home, so fostering can give them a chance to know what it's like to be loved and cared for. This in return allows cats to relax, feel safe and show their true personalities.
You can learn more about cats. If you're thinking about getting a cat of your own, fostering can be a great way to learn more about their needs and behaviors.
You can make a difference in the community. Fostering cats is a great way to give back to your community and help make it a better place for animals.
If you're interested in fostering cats, there are a few things you can do to get started:
Complete an application and be prepared to provide some basic information about yourself and your home.
Meet with a rescue representative to discuss your interests and preferences.
Once you're approved, you'll be matched with a cat or kitten that's a good fit for your home.
You will then take the foster cat or kittens to your home to care for them.
Fostering cats can be a rewarding experience, but it's important to remember that it's also a commitment.
You'll need to ensure you are able to spend time with them each day.
What we provide:
Cat or Kitten Food
Cat or Kitten Litter
Scratching Mat or Post
Medication (if required)
If you're willing to make a commitment, fostering cats can be a great way to help save lives and make a difference in the world! For more information and to have a discussion about potentially becoming a foster, please fill out the Foster Interest Form.