Fosters Needed

These kittens and cats will eventually be adopted out to their furever homes, but they currently need a temporary foster home. If you are available to foster, please fill out our foster application here. This page was last updated 8/25/2020.

Ande

Brother to Ary and Belle. The more outgoing one of the litter. Most playful and very lovable. He’ll even talk to you when he wants attention. Big cuddler. Great with other cats and about 8 months old.

Belle

Sister to Ary and Ande, Belle is a very laid back and calm kitty. She loves to chase the laser light but doesn’t have much interest in loose toys. She also loves to sun bathe and relax. Very affectionate in the mornings. Great with other cats. About 8 months old.

Ary

Sister to Belle and Ande, the shy one of the group but very sweet once she warms up. Loves to play with the laser light. Gives loads of love first thing in the morning, starts the day off right. Great with other cats. About 8 months old.

How Fostering Helps Save Lives

It helps relieve rescue groups and animal shelters

Often times there aren’t enough resources for animal rescue organizations to house all the animals that need to find their furever homes. By fostering, you are helping relieve rescue groups that are usually already overwhelmed.

Loving homes vs. crowded shelters

Companion animals thrive in loving homes and are more adoptable when they are well adjusted. Staying in crowded shelters can impact an animal’s well being and result in it becoming more difficult to find a furever home for the pet.

It gives more time for the pet to find a home that is a good fit

Finding the purrfect furever home is like matchmaking and it can take a while. By providing a companion animal with a temporary, loving home, this gives more time to allow to the adoption process.