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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.

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Foster Care Gives Kittens Time to Grow

 

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.

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August 10, 2012 - Posted by | Adoptions/Adoptathon, Cat Care, Education, Friday Films, Pet overpopulation, SCACR, YouTube Videos | , , , ,

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