Foster a Cat
Could you give a temporary foster home to a kitten or cat?
Have you thought about getting a companion cat but feel your present lifestyle just doesn’t suit a long term commitment? Or maybe you’re not sure how you and a cat would get on? Or do you already have a cat but feel that one more in your home on a temporary basis would not be a problem? Then perhaps you would think of becoming a Cats Aid Fosterer.
What does this entail?
Cats Aid does not have a shelter or sanctuary, so the cats we rescue are taken into the homes of our foster volunteers until a permanent home can be found. We are very desperate for more foster homes because the more places we have available, the more cats and kittens we can take in and help. Because of the shortage of foster homes we often have to resort to boarding rescued cats in kennels in vets’ surgeries, the cost of which really adds up and is causing us a lot of concern. – A loving foster home works wonders for cats and kittens who have experienced abandonment and hard times and it prepares them for their new home. – All animals are health checked and Cats Aid takes responsibility for all medical expenses. – Advice and backup is always on hand.