We are in urgent need of a foster home, daily we receive calls regarding cats in desperate situations, some were thrown on streets after tenant moves out the apartment, some were just dumped outside for no fault, some needs to be rehomed, some are running out of time in high kill shelters. In order to safe these poor cats we need a place for them to stay temporarily for 1-3 months while we can find them a forever home.
Can you open your home for one cat at a time, you do not need much room, even a spare bedroom would be great, you will care for a cat for few months, till forever home is found. Its a very rewarding experience knowing that you were able to save a life!
You can help SAVE a life! Fostering a homeless animal is one of the most rewarding aspects of animal rescue work. Foster parents are the backbone of any good, successful organization. Each and every one of us in the rescue world got our start by opening our hearts and homes to an orphaned animal in need until a permanent, loving home could be found. Fosters provide the stabilization, security and tender-loving-care needed so that a rescued animal receives the second chance it so deserves.
If you have any questions, contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or 610-324-4726
Can a cat in need crash on your couch for few months? Thinking about adopting but not sure yet, how about starting with fostering a kitty in need for few months? All our cats are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, deflead and tested for FIV/Felv prior to getting inrolled into foster home.
We get daily calls and requests to help rescue cats from an overcrowded high kill shelters or other desperate situations, in order to help these kitties, we need a place for them to stay for few months till forever home can be found, but without foster home we can not save or help cats in need.
Currently we need foster homes for young cats (1-2 years old), you will be fostering only 1 cat for 3 months.
Ready to help or would like to learn more, please email at: email@example.com
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