Friday Films: Fostering Kittens
Have you ever considered fostering a dog or cat (puppy or kitten) for an animal shelter or established rescue? Fostering really does save animal lives. Of course the hardest part of fostering is usually giving the animals back to be put up for adoption. Know that the first time is always the hardest, and it gets a little easier each time you do it. (Either that, or you become what is affectionately referred to as a “foster fail” and end up with a new family member.) Today’s Friday Film follows a litter of newborn kittens through the time they are put up for adoption. It’s really a very rewarding experience if you love animals.
For more information on fostering homeless pets for Sacramento County Animal Care, see the factsheet at the top of this blog, or on the Sacramento County Animal Care website. Most rescues seek temporary foster homes for their animals too. Check their websites or contact them directly for information on becoming a foster home.
August 10, 2012 - Posted by LAPCATS Sacramento Area Cat & Kitten Adoptions | Adoptions/Adoptathon, Cat Care, Education, Friday Films, Pet overpopulation, SCACR, YouTube Videos | Allison Krauss, become a foster, Dane County video, foster kittens, Sacramento County Animal Care
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Laguna Adoption Program County Animals Team Sacramento (LAPCATS)
LAPCATS is an all-volunteer run and staffed effort to place healthy, loving adult shelter cats into forever homes. We are supported by the Sacramento County Animal Care and Regulation, TEAM (the local non-profit associated with the shelter), and PetSmart. LAPCATS brings homeless shelter cats to the public through Petfinder and the Adoption Center in the Elk Grove PetSmart.
LAPCATS, established in April 2005, has now placed over 1,500 homeless shelter cats! Our cats are chosen for good temperament and adoptability, so if you are looking for a great feline companion and a real lap cat, please stop by today!
LAPCATS is a 501(c) non-profit under TEAM, the non-profit organization affiliated with Sacramento County Animal Care. Donations to LAPCATS are tax-deductible.
Learn more about LAPCATS at lapcats.org.
“Rescue animals aren’t broken, they’ve simply experienced more life than other animals. If they were human we would call them wise. They would be the ones with tales to tell and stories to write, the ones dealt a bad hand who responded with courage. Don’t pity them. Do something. Help to rescue. Donate. Volunteer. Foster. Adopt. And be proud to have their greatness by your side.” ~Pedigree
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