What's involved in being a cat fosterer?
Cats Protection branches don’t have physical locations and are run by volunteers who carry out their roles from their own homes. So we rely on fosterers to care for cats in their own homes too, giving cats in need a temporary home, love, care and affection until they find a new family.
Fostering a cat can be an extremely rewarding experience – and our fosterers contribute to helping the thousands of cats that are in the care of Cats Protection at any one time.
Find out more about what’s involved in becoming a cat fosterer by watching this video:
If you’re interested in fostering for Cats Protection, look for volunteering opportunities near you using this link or find contact details for your local branch here.