We are in urgent need of ADULT CAT & KITTEN foster homes today!
We currently have a number of adult cats that we would like to get into a foster home for their well being.
A few of the cats are Baby Boomers and we have seen that older cats do not thrive living in cat community rooms. Once these older cats get back into a home environment, they thrive and blossom.
We also have a couple of younger cats that are very shy and could use one on one TLC in a home to help them gain confidence. The one on one attention they get in a loving home helps them to trust and become more socialized so that potential adopters can see their true personality.
We also have two momma cats with kittens that we need foster homes for. The !st momma with 6 kittens about 2 weeks old, and 2nd momma with 4 kittens about 4 weeks old.
Thank you for helping the felines!
And thank you for applying to become a cat foster parent. You don’t need prior experience with cats or fostering to become a foster parent, although experienced cat volunteers are welcome!
We match the foster cat with your level of experience and your home environment (e.g., other pets, children, and work and travel schedules).
Before going to a foster home, all adult cats have been:
1) Examined by a vet
2) Tested for FELV & FIV
3) Vaccinated as appropriate
5) Treated for fleas and other parasites as well as for other conditions, as needed.
Once you submit your application, a cat adoption counselor will contact you to discuss our fostering program and our adoption policies and procedures in greater detail. In becoming a foster parent, you are agreeing to abide by our foster care and adoption policies and procedures.
Fostering responsibilities include:
> Providing a safe and loving temporary home.
> Providing basic necessities such as food, water and litter. We can loan carriers, litter boxes, and other supplies, if needed. And we do supply the food for the cat.
> Monitoring the cat’s health, seeking authorization from PAWS of Coronado for follow-up medical care (at PAW’s expense), taking the cat to authorized vet appointments, and maintaining all medical records.
> Monitoring the cat’s behavior and seeking advice from PAWS, when needed.
> Following PAW’s recommendations on socializing and integrating the cat (or isolating the cat) within your household, as appropriate.
> Abiding by PAW’s adoption policies and facilitating the cat’s adoption (e.g., responding to adoption inquiries via phone or email and making the cat available for in-home visits by prospective adopters). We encourage foster parents to also bring their cats to any of our adoption fairs as appropriate (e.g., depending on the cat’s health and temperament and the foster parent’s availability).
If you have any trouble submitting this form, please email the information requested to email@example.com.
By submitting this application, I affirm that the facts set forth in it are true and complete. I understand that if I am accepted into the cat foster program, any false statements, omissions, or other misrepresentations made by me on this application may result in my immediate removal from the program.