Volunteer Feline Foster Families Needed for Cat Adoption Team’s Busy Kitten Season – OregonLive.com

Open your heart and home to a litter of cute kittens

The Cat Adoption Team (www.catadoptinteam.org) in Sherwood is seeking volunteer feline foster families for kittens – some orphaned and some with their lactating mom. Just this week, the Cat Adoption Team was asked to help 8 momma cats, 52 kittens, and 3 pregnant cats. The more qualified foster families, the more lives that can be saved today.

Join CAT in saving lives. There are several trainings scheduled for this month. Sing up by going to www.catadoptionteam.org/volunteer and clicking the “volunteer today” button.

What is fostering?

Fostering for the Cat Adoption Team is an in-home volunteer opportunity. CAT provides in-depth training and support as well as a ‘baby bag’ full of items needed to help you be successful in fostering. Foster volunteers are teamed with experienced mentors for one-on-one guidance and assistance.

Foster volunteers enable CAT to save more lives by opening their homes to kittens who need time to grow to 2¼ pounds so they are strong and healthy for the shelter adoption kennels or their new home. Many foster volunteers aid in the adoption of their kittens so they spend as little time as possible at the shelter.

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