Thank you for considering fostering for Project MEOW. The program works like this:
You agree to provide food, litter, toys and love to your foster cat or kittens, and take them to PAWS veterinary appointments as required. While we hope you can use a car to get your foster to PAWS, the 64 Bus runs right by the clinic, and in some cases we may have a volunteer transporter available.
Especially in the case of kittens, getting them to PAWS wellness visits is vital. If you don’t feel you can commit to the kitten vaccination schedule, which can mean visiting PAWS walk-in days (Friday, Saturday or Sunday) several times over a period of two months, an adult may be a better choice for you.
We only provide kittens in pairs for their well-being and the safety of your curtains, breakables and toes hanging out of the bed covers! We will provide a single kitten to a foster home with a kitten-friendly dog or cat.
From time to time we have food donations that we share with our foster homes. Some of our foster people are students or people of very moderate income and we try to prioritize them with the food, but if we have extra we will certainly share.
If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To become a Project MEOW foster caregiver, you must complete both the Foster Form and Foster Waiver found below.
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