Are you a committed cat-lover? Would you love an opportunity to provide love and care to cats and kittens as they await their forever homes? If this sounds like you, and if you have some extra space in your heart and in your home, we have just the role for you!
Objective: Provide foster care for cats and kittens as they search for their forever homes.
Provide foster care for cats and/or kittens
Evaluate animals’ personalities and provide information about "ideal" home environment
Transport foster animals to:
Meet & greet or adoption appointments at HEA’s Green Bay Adoption Center
Vet appointments, if/when applicable
Communicate regularly with the Foster Coordination Team to:
Report any concerns with the animals’ behavior and/or health
Provide photos and updates for the animals’ biography, as needed
Present a professional appearance as an HEA representative when meeting potential adopters for appointments
On occasion, administer medications and/or provide care for minor illness
Understanding of and/or willingness to learn about cat behavior and health
Excellent communication skills
Willingness and ability to provide a foster home for multiple animals throughout the year
Space for a crate, litterbox, and other supplies, or a separate, "foster only" room in your home.
Reports to: HEA Foster Team
Commitment: Fosters are a vital piece of the animal welfare equation. We are looking for volunteers who are committed to fostering on an ongoing basis (with the opportunity to take "foster breaks" as needed). Some foster cats will move in and out of HEA’s care relatively quickly, and others may need a little more time. The exact time commitment will vary from animal to animal.
If you are interested in filling this role, or if you have additional questions, please email our Foster Coordination Team at email@example.com .
To create a world where the life of every companion animal matters...Every.Single.One.
The mission follows the vision - To provide a loving home to every companion animal that enters our care. Lifetime guaranteed.
The pillars of our work are simple:
In our brief 12 year history, HEA has found forever homes for nearly 4,000 dogs and cats, spayed/neutered thousands more, and provided rehabilitation and sanctuary care to hundreds of others that would have become statistics had they not found the love and compassion of HEA's staff and volunteers.