Kittens are among the most at-risk pets in shelters today because they require intensive around-the-clock care in some cases, and personal attention in all cases. Most shelters do not have the resources and staff needed to provide that level of care.
Cats and kittens are our focus of rescue and we are usually their last chance. Sometimes they are abandoned in horrible conditions and always in need of medical care such as flea treatment and vaccines.
Fostering is the ideal start for these rescues, giving them comfort, hope and a sense that humans are really pretty good pet parents where they will be fed, treated well, and provided a safe home. There should be no surprise that if these rescues go quickly to a foster home they are taking a giant step to begin their journey to their forever home.
Foster homes are asked to provide care for the cats and kitten in care and provide transportation too and from veterinary appointments as needed.
Animal Outreach will provide all necessary supplies, including food and litter Our foster coordinator can answer your questions and ease your concerns.