If you’ve found this article, you must be considering (or have already volunteered) to foster a cat. We’re so glad! You may be a little nervous the first time … or second … or third for that matter. But it’s an amazing thing you’re doing, and we want to help.
If you’ve already partnered with a rescue organization and been paired with a foster cat, you just need to set up your space and do a little mental preparation. That’s what we’ll be talking about in this article – ways to prepare your home, set up your foster cat or foster kitten’s space and set your expectations. If you’re new to the Foster 101 series, welcome! Depending on where you are in the foster process, you might want to take a look at the earlier articles in the series to find more information on:
- Why fostering is so beneficial (for both cats and humans).
- What you should consider before becoming a foster guardian.
- The process of applying with a rescue and being matched with a foster cat or kitten.