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Become a Foster Parent

The demand for helping stray cats and families who need to rehome their pets continues to be overwhelming.  We receive daily requests for help with local cats, kittens, and sometimes dogs and other small animals. 


The more foster homes we have, the more animals we can help.  If you have room in your home to take care of a single cat, a bonded pair, or a mom with kittens, please consider becoming a foster parent. 


PAWS pays for all veterinary care and prescription food. The foster parents are responsible for providing food, shelter, and lots of love, of course.  However, whenever possible, we also provide cat/kitten food and litter, cat carriers, bedding, toys, and other items from our donations supply.

We also provide training, advice, and support from our veteran foster team.

If you have any questions about fostering, please contact us for more information.  We will be happy to discuss our foster program in greater detail.  


If you are ready to open your heart and your home as a foster volunteer, please complete our online Volunteer Application. 

For more information, contact us at 551.800.PAWS or

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