Fostering a pet
If you would love to give a home to an animal in need but can’t offer a long term commitment fostering could be the answer.
We have a network of fosterers who take in animals in for short-term (minimum one month) or long-term placements while we are looking for permanent homes for them.
If you would like to become a fosterer we would love to hear from you on 020 7272 2264 or by emailing us at email@example.com.
We pay the vet bills plus a starter pack of everything you need to get going and then you provide food and litter and the love, care and safety of a home. Whether you take in a pregnant mother cat and give her safe haven to have her kittens or a timid cat that needs to learn to trust again before it can move on to a permenant home, you are giving these animals a chance of a fresh start with the love and care they have been missing.
You do not have to have a garden to be a fosterer.
We will come and visit you at your home to discuss your experience and facilties and ask you to sign one of our foster agreement forms. Then, when we take in an animal suitable for your home we will ring you and tell you about them and roughly how long they will need to be with you. You then decide whether to go ahead with this animal or wait for another option.
We provide litter trays, toys, a carrying basket and a starter pack of food and litter.
Please note we cannot accept fosterers with children under the age of five.