Note: Due to the coronavirus, we are temporarily putting a hold on foster applications.
Becoming a foster carer is a very rewarding life changing experience for both you and the furrbabies in your care. Little Paws does not have a shelter, so all cats or kittens that come into our care are looked after directly by our foster carers. We see a range of cats and kittens coming into care, and we are always seeking carers for mumma cats and their kittens, adult cats, kittens (both weaned and unweaned) and pregnant mum to be cats.
As a foster carer you are generously asked to provide:
A loving, caring, safe environment for your foster cats or kittens to live (indoors or in a secure outdoor enclosure)
Food and litter
Transport to vet appointments
Written approval from your landlord/ body corporate if applicable
As your foster cat or kitten stays with you till they find their ‘furrever’ home, some animals may only be with you a week or two whilst others may need long term care. Little Paws is responsible for all of your foster cats vet work including desexing, microchipping, vaccination, worming and any extra vet work that may be required during foster care.