We are a foster based rescue. This means that all our cats and kittens are being fostered by a family until they can find their forever home. Our network of fosters and volunteers come in all forms! It doesn’t matter if you work full time outside the home or work inside the home – you can save a life!
When you foster, you become responsible to give your foster cat(s) love, care and attention. This can be for a certain agreed amount of time, or until the cat is adopted to it’s forever family.
We don’t have a physical shelter. Our group is entirely foster based, meaning that all the cats and kittens in our care are in foster homes. Foster homes are especially important for kittens too young to be adopted out, or those that may be too ill to be adopted. Foster homes provide a safe, loving place for these cats to get ready for adoption!
Having cats in foster homes instead of a shelter is also great for socialization and much less stressful for animals waiting for their new families. Shelters are running out of room, and without foster homes, some of those cats and kittens will be euthanized due to overpopulation.
Fostering an animal is one of the most rewarding experiences you can have. By taking an animal in need into your home, you are freeing up space in the shelters, giving your foster cat the time they need to be ready for their forever home, getting to know the cat so it can be matched with the best possible home, and socializing the cat in a home environment so they get used to other pets, people, and normal household things.