About Our Rescue Group...
We are a very small, but highly dedicated non-profit kitten rescue. Most of our kittens are born feral or found abandoned. We do everything in our power to provide a safe and loving home environment, without cages, so these kittens can be adopted into loving homes as well socialized, friendly, healthy, loving family members.
With competent handfeeders available, we can take in kittens ranging from newly born to 5 months old depending on available space.
All kittens are cared for in loving homes by volunteers. We are always in need of donations and every penny goes directly to the care and feeding of the kittens. No donation is too small and all donations are tax deductible. Donations can be made through our website: fosterlings.org.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Visitors are always welcome, but because the kittens are housed in home environment, we ask that requests to visit be made ahead of time. Visitation requests can be made by text (610-329-4266) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org). We are located in Pottstown, PA.
You can also meet the kittens in a virtual environment on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/fosterllings
Our Adoption Process...
Our adoption fee is $80 and includes shots, microchipping and testing. Kittens over four months of age will be spayed or neutered and the adoption fee at that time would be $160. Fosterlings will not declaw unless it is a medical necessity recommended by a qualified vet.
We have a three tier adoption process: Available, Placed, and Adopted
Available kittens are awaiting forever homes
Placed kittens are going through the adoption process
Adopted kittens have successfully completed the adoption process and have gone home with their purr-fect families
When a kitten is "Placed", the adopting family must arrange to visit with the kitten at least three times prior to taking the kitten home. Our kittens are socialized in a home setting with other cats and animals and we want to meet with prospective purrents, talk with them one on one, see how they associate with the kitten and how the kitten responds to them.
All kittens must be transported to their new homes in acceptable carriers. No exceptions.
Purrents will be asked to sign a statement promising to have their pet properly spayed or neutered. Fosterlings maintains contact with adopting families and will send out reminders for proper vaccinations, and spay/neuter unless notified the procedure was completed. If necessary, Fosterlings will work with the pet owner to locate affordable spay/neuter options in their area.
A complete list of our policies can be found on our website.