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Foster Cats or Kittens for rescue group

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Animal Aid

  • 127 people are interested
3 week old kitten
3 week old kitten

Help save kittens and cats! Animal Aid is seeking animal loving volunteers of any age to provide temporary homes for cats and or kittens as foster parents. Students can earn up to 3 service hours a day fostering. Because our organization is a "no kill" facility, we become over full and need the help of community volunteers to provide temporary homes for adoptable animals. We are presently in desperate need of foster homes as our organization is trying to save as many cats and kittens as possible during this intense "kitten season". Please add your phone number to the volunteer posting for quicker response! Average length of time caring for a foster kitty is 6 to 8 weeks, longer if extremely young kittens.

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About Animal Aid


571 NE 44th Street, Oakland Park, FL 33334, US

Mission Statement

Dedicated to the welfare of stray and feral animals and to the reduction in the over population problem through education and spay and neuter effords.


Our no-kill shelters takes in emergency, abuse and neglected cases as well as dogs and cats from various high-kill animal control facilities.



We'll work with your schedule.


12051 West Sunrise Blvd.PetSmartPlantation, FL 33323



  • Animal Care / Handling


  • Teens
  • People 55+


  • Must be at least 12
  • Orientation or Training
  • average time can range from 2 to 4 hours daily
  • Teens: parent permission to bring animals into their home, volunteer provides food & other necessities

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