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Why Foster?

As we are a small rescue, we do not have a centralized location for our animals. We do not use cages for most of our rescues unless absolutely necessary. To do this, we rely on fosters like you.

All of our rescues are fostered in loving homes to help them adjust to a normal home life, not in cages. They are handled daily and given lots of love and companionship.  Generally, we like to put animals in foster homes with other pets and children to try to ensure they are comfortable in many environments and homes.

While we work hard to make sure all of our foster animals are healthy, some fosters may need extra help to get back to their full potential. We will work with you to ensure they are given the supplies they need at no extra cost.

All of our rescues are examined by a veterinarian, vaccinated, feline aids and leukemia tested, dewormed, spayed/neutered when age appropriate and treated with flea/tick product, if needed.  They also are all microchipped when they are spayed/neutered.