On average, we can take in one to two sick or injured cats per month. This means whoever else needs the space, we have to turn away. Where do they go? As of this week alone when this post was written, we already turned away two cats.
Here is how you can help make a difference and provide them Love Kuching care offsite, in your own home.
We are looking for Foster Caregivers who, supplied with food, litter, supplements and medication, can help give foster care in a home environment for cats we cannot take in ourselves due to space constraints.
|Pharmaceutical and veterinary supplies will be given|
|Provision of cat food and litter|
You will likely be a stay at home mom, someone who works part-time, a retiree or someone who works from home. You do not need incredible amounts of experience, as we can show you how to care for a case you take in.
This Foster Network is for cats that are sick or injured, not for rehoming. You do not need to host potential adopters, and the only visits you will get are liaisons from Love Kuching to give you the support you need and your supplies.
How can you become a Foster Caregiver for #FosNet? Email our Committee Member in charge of #FosNet, Ami, at email@example.com. You can also direct your questions there.
Join us in making a difference. Say yes to fostering.
Donate to our cause by making a deposit to our Love Kuching Project DBS Current Account 027-905975-3 or via Credit Card
Donate us food or litter at charity rates with free delivery via Pawfection
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