Foster homes needed for homeless kittens and cats!
17 people are interested
Do you want to experience the joy of raising kittens? Or maybe you want to help an adult cat find their forever home. Sign up to foster today!
Seattle Area Feline Rescue is a no-kill cat shelter in the north Seattle area. Our network of foster homes provide their foster kitties with the time, love, and space that they need until they can be placed with their forever family. Seattle Area Feline Rescue provides foster homes with supplies and covers all necessary expenses, including food, litter and medical care.
Types of Foster Scenarios*Litters of kittens too young for adoption
*Bottle-baby kittens who require round-the-clock care
*Adult cats who need socialization before adoption
*Adult cats who don’t cope well at the adoption center and require a home environment
*Sick cats or kittens who need time and TLC to help them recover
Foster Requirements*Have the ability to keep foster cats or kittens indoors and separate from your household pets
*Be able to make a minimum commitment of 2 weeks for an adult cat or 2-3 months for kittens
*Have at least 30 minutes twice a day to spend caring for and socializing foster cats or kittens
*Complete a successful home check by a SAFe Rescue representative
Foster homes with kittens must have regular access to a car. Kittens must come into the adoption center regularly for check-ups and appointments, normally 2-4 times per month. Foster homes must also be prepared for the possibility of driving a sick kitten across the city on very short notice.
Foster homes without regular access to transportation are welcomed for adult cats in longer term foster situations. These cats usually respond best to potential adopters in a home environment, so please be open to hosting potential adopters, accompanied by an adoption counselor.Ready to Foster?
Fill out the application on our website: www.SeattleAreaFelineRescue.org/foster
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
- Animal Care / Handling
- People 55+
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- 2 weeks to 3 months