foster program


Medical (non-hospice)

You love transformation. You know you can take a scrappy-looking cat and turn them into an aristocat. These make-overs may take a little time and some help from the veterinarian, but the before and after photos will be worth it. Whether it's clearing a skin infection, supporting a surgical recovery, or curing a bad case of the kitty flu, you're up for the challenge.

You must be willing to adhere to all prescribed veterinary treatments and transport your foster cat to required follow-up appointments.


You're the type of person who gravitates toward the most-in-need. You love bucket lists. You want nothing more than to give an old or ailing cat the time of their life - or at least a comfy place to chill out and be loved. You agree that quality of life is far more important than quantity. And even though it will be hard to say goodbye, it will be worth it to see how happy that cat was in your home.

Neonate (kittens)

Ah, the miracle of life. You find nothing more rewarding than raising a few wee ones until they're all grown up and ready to leave the nest. And what could be more stress-relieving than napping in a pile of kittens? But you also know it's a fair amount of work (with or without a momma cat to help). These kittens need to be weighed daily and taken for their vaccines like clockwork. You take kitten-raising seriously and are ready to give them extra-special care when they need it. (But it's okay, because you spend the rest of the time kissing their tiny bellies.) We get it; we're cat people, too.


You're better than a cat whisperer - you're a cat trainer. You know all the signs of overstimulation and you know how to help a stressed cat relax. "Catification" is your favorite buzzword. Having the correct litterbox set-up is a passion. You might even know how to clicker train - all your cats can 'sit' on command. You love seeing behavior transform from naughty to nice.

Adoption Marketing

You're a salesperson at heart. A cat salesperson, to be precise. Nothing pleases you more than convincing other people how awesome a cat is. So what if your phone and Instagram are filled to the brim with cat photos? What else is there to photograph?

And these cats are ready to find their forever home - but they're not so good at marketing. (No thumbs make social media posts tricky.) Yeah, they like people. They've set up their dating profile and are on the prowl. They just need a little help from you to find the perfect match. They need your Instagram/Facebook/Twitter/blogging skills. Like, yesterday.