Please keep in mind that it’s always a health risk to expose your animal to other animals. The health risk is minimal if your animals are current with their vaccinations, maintain a healthy diet and lifestyle, and are not elderly or very young. If you or someone in your household is immune-compromised, consult your doctor before fostering since working or living with animals can expose humans to a zoonotic disease.
Much energy, love, time and vet care is devoted to our foster cats, and the shelter is committed to finding homes for ALL the adoptable cats within its care.
Some cats are in foster care because they’re seriously ill or injured.
If, after medical attention, these cats are too weak to heal and are suffering, then the shelter staff will take these animals to our veterinary clinic to be humanely euthanised.
Fortunately, most cats in foster care heal beautifully.
Your safety is our #1 priority.
You must always inform the shelter staff and your case manager if your foster cat exhibits any aggressive behavior.