Cat Foster Application

Foster families are needed to bridge the gap until a cat can find a forever home.

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  • Since we are NOT a shelter and do not have space to house adoptable pets, we are limited in the pets that are available through Whiskers.

  • When we become aware of available pets, either through an owner or through neighboring charities, we post their information on our Facebook page for prospective adopters to see.

  • On the occasion that Whiskers is called to help in a rehoming situation; such as homeless or stray cats and kittens, foster families can be utilized to act as a bridge for the cat until a forever home can be found.

  • Cats and kittens that are brought into care through Whiskers that have no identification, (such as a collar with tags or microchip) and no owner can be located within 14 days will become property of the Whiskers TNR program.

  • If you are interested in fostering during such a situation, please fill out the Foster Application below. A Foster Coordinator will be in contact with you about next steps. We will provide crates and all veterinary care we deem necessary. Whenever possible, we ask that foster providers furnish food, cat litter, etc.

Whiskers TNR of Warren County is a group of dedicated and committed volunteers. The volunteers in this group work tirelessly to raise money to rescue rehabilitate and provide outstanding veterinary care to any dog that is rescued from a puppy mill. This group was formed over 10 years ago when a small group of people saw the need for a rescue group in [Rescue_Group_State] to rescue dogs living in substandard conditions in the puppy mills. Since its inception the group has grown but the primary goal of this group has remained the same - to rescue rehabilitate and provide outstanding veterinary care to any dog rescued from a puppy mill.

At Whiskers TNR of Warren County, we work hard to make sure our cats are never in need of rescue again.

The key to our success is the process we use for matching cats to people and people to cats. If you and your family are looking to bring a rescued cat into your home, we can help make that process a fun and life changing experience, for both humans and cats alike.

Rescue Cats come from a variety of places - from shelters, owner surrenders due to the economy and loss of jobs, owner health issues or even owner death, legal seizures, or commercial breeders. It's really not important where they come from or why, it matters that they have a second chance at love and a furever family. If you are interested in adopting one (or more) of our cats, please submit the [CatFosterApplication] below. We will contact you when a cat comes available matching your family needs. Our first priority is placing the right cat in the right home. We cannot take phone calls regarding available cats.

Good things are worth waiting for. Thank you for your interest in helping one of our sweet rescue cats.

Foster Application: Cats

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