Types of Volunteer Fosters Wanted
Neonatal Fostering – EKT (Emergency Kitten Technician): kittens not eating on their own (bottle feeding) or having a nursing momma. Must be able to feed every 4 hours.
Kitten Fostering – Kittens eat on their own and are two-plus weeks away from being ready for adoption.
Special Needs Fostering – FIV+, FeLV+, kittens, or adults that need medical care or daily observation.
Staycations – A break from the rescue for a minimum of two weeks.
Socialization/Behaviour – Socialization fosters provide opportunities for shy cats or kittens to become more comfortable in a home setting and interact with people. Behavior fosters assist cats and kittens with behavioral issues that can be improved with one-on-one interactions and training.
Hospice Care – Kittens or adults that have developed a terminal illness, love, and care are needed until they cross over the rainbow bridge.