There are so many benefits to opening your heart and home to foster a cat, but just to name a few:
Provide a safe, clean, and caring environment.
Provide food, water, litter, toys/enrichment, and shelter.
Provide exercise and socialization if appropriate.
Monitor for physical and mental wellbeing.
Transport to/from any necessary vet appointments.
Transport to/from offsite adoption events
Isolate from other animals in the home for the required minimum 10-14 days.
We offer a hands-on opportunity for teens who want to help homeless animals and earn community service hours for school or an organization. Together with their families, teens can foster a dog or cat and receive experience caring for an animal!Learn More
Listen to our executive director, Dr. Ellen Jefferson, speak on behalf of where we've been, where we're at today, and where she hopes to see No Kill go within the next decade and beyond. Together, we ...See more from the blog