Cat Foster Home
ORGANIZATION: AGAINST ALL ODDS CAT RESCUE
Please visit the new page to apply.
We pay the bills...you provide love and care to help save the cats!
Our absolute biggest hold up in being able to save more cats is having foster homes open to help them since we don't have a physical location. Can you open your heart and home to a cat or two to help save them?
All you need is an extra room or a space to set up a cage temporarily while the cat adjusts. Once healthy and fully vaccinated they can interact with your personal pets if they get along!
You can read all about what being a cat foster home entails here: https://www.aaocatrescue.com/foster
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About AGAINST ALL ODDS CAT RESCUE
PO BOX 80434, LANSING, MI 48908, US
Against All Odds Cat Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit. Our aim is to provide rehabilitation and find permanent, loving homes for animals - focusing on those with special needs or conditions that may otherwise be euthanized, as well as to educate community members on the humane treatment of all animals.
We are a foster based rescue. We run solely on donations provided by those in our community and the passion and commitment from our volunteers. Our efforts to help reduce the overpopulation and displacement of animals, particularly those with disabilities, is our way of giving back. We aim to provide education and homes to typically "unwanted" cats, giving every life an opportunity to thrive. Blind, paralyzed, deaf, FIV+, injured, or just needing help; we accept them all and work with potential adopters to educate and love for these special kitties. Collectively those of us leading Against All Odds Cat Rescue have a combined 20 years+ of experience in Animal Welfare and Rescue work. We love what we do and we deeply value building relationships with our community members and other rescues.
Multiple locations East Lansing, MI 48823
July 19, 2022
- Must be at least 18
- Usually fostering will require 30-60 minutes a day of direct work - cleaning, scooping the litter, feeding, playtime, and giving any medicine needed for example.