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Become a foster and save lives! If you have room in your home and space in your heart to foster, fill out the Foster Application. We urgently need more foster volunteers to help save even more cats and kittens!
Young kittens, as well as pregnant or nursing mothers and their babies are some of the most vulnerable orphans, and we rely on foster volunteers to help us save them.
Kitten fostering may take 4-5 weeks. Because kittens are so easy when kept together with siblings, most foster parents take in an entire litter ranging from 3-6 kittens at a time.
Occasionally, PALS finds adolescent or adult cats in the feral cat colonies that are tame and can be placed in forever homes. Those cats usually come in singles or pairs and may stay in foster care for 4-12 weeks.
We provide our foster volunteers with all the supplies, medical care, and guidance needed to foster, and foster volunteers provide the loving homes and devoted attention needed for young pets to thrive. In addition to providing a loving, safe home for the kittens, fosters are responsible for taking pictures of kittens, transporting kittens or cats to medical appointments and for bringing them to adoption events.
PALS holds off-site adoption days at Petco in Kyle on certain Saturdays to allow fosters to bring their kittens or cats for potential adopters to see. Visit this page to see upcoming adoption events.
PALS screens potential adopters, requires a rehoming fee, and sends cats and kittens home with required vaccinations, age appropriate spay/neuter, and paperwork.
Fostering is fulfilling and make a real difference! Please fill out the Foster Application today and our volunteer Foster Coordinator will call you.
PALS is not open to take all cats and kittens. We take in cats and kittens that we find in the course of conducting TNRM to stabilize feral cat populations. What to do if you find a litter of kittens? Read here.