Fostering Cats or Kittens
Cat and kitten fostering is a vital part of the rehabilitation process for animals, and helps improve their chance of finding a new home. Many of the cats that we take in, have either suffered or not been used to care and affection, which they deserve. Living with a foster family helps by providing them with one-to-one care, to get used to a household environment – allowing them to build up their confidence and get used to a normal lifestyle.
Fostering is also a good way for people who cannot take in an animal for the long-term, provide their love and care.
Please contact us if you can provide a home for our rescued cats. We need help from short- and long-term fosters for the following:
- Short-term foster homes, while cats ready for adoption are waiting for their forever homes.
- CCCP female cats need to be fostered for a week after they have been spayed, while they heal, before it is safe to release them again.
- Injured or sick cats may need a place to recover
- Kittens that are too young to be adopted need somewhere to grow up
- Nervous cats need a one-on-one care and attention in order to encourage them to come out of their shell. It is best for these cats to be given a quiet foster home, where they can receive lots of attention or just someone to sit in a room with them. It could be whilst watching TV or working from home.