There are so many cats waiting for homes.  You can help them by becoming a cat foster family.  You will socialize the cat or kitten, medicate, if necessary, for ear mites and fleas and help a newly neutered or spayed cat recover from surgery.  When the cat is ready for his or her forever home,  we will add the cat to the adoptable cats page or partner with another cat adoption organization.

Fostering is a wonderful opportunity for those who can’t take a cat full time but want “cat energy” in their homes.  Foster families should have a good understanding of cats and cat behavior.   If you have children,  dogs or other cats, that’s fine,  we are always interested in finding out how new cats get along with other animals and children.

For more information on how you can foster, call Jane at 518-244-5183