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Cat Foster (provide temporary home for a cat or kitten)

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Partnership For Animal Welfare

  • 69 people are interested
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Consider Fostering a Cat or Kitten! Partnership for Animal Welfare (PAW) is looking for foster homes for healthy cats and kittens while permanent, loving forever homes are sought.

Starter kit of supplies provided! PAW's cat program is thriving due to the invaluable help and support of foster homes. Now that PAW is providing a starter kit of supplies to get you started, all it takes to foster a cat or kitten is a dedicated space in your home and a lot of love. The new kit includes a litter box, litter, food bowls, food, a scratching post, and a few favorite toys. Help PAW's cat program continue to grow and rescue more cats and kittens. Fosters are especially needed right now as shelters are at capacity and kitten season is in full swing.

All necessary vet work will be paid for by PAW. Transportation to the vet can be arranged if foster is not able to transport.

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About Partnership For Animal Welfare

Location:

P.O. BOX 1074, Greenbelt, MD 20768, US

Mission Statement

Partnership for Animal Welfare (PAW) is a non-profit group of volunteers chartered to facilitate the rescue and adoption of homeless domestic animals, mainly dogs and cats, and place them in loving and stable homes.

Description

The group is funded by tax deductible donations and is run totally by volunteers. Adoption shows are held in the suburban Maryland area several times a month to allow prospective owners to meet with the animals and with volunteers.

Animals

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

P.O. BOX 1074GREENBELT, MD 20768

SKILLS

  • Animal Care / Handling

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training

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