CWS does not run a shelter. So how do we keep up with the hundreds of cases that crop up each year.
The answer is simple. We help build, educate and support a network of fosters who help the rescuers and our staff with cases in which cats need to be fostered. This usually happens for the cats that are particularly vulnerable due to age or health.
This network of fosters use our adoption board (www.catwefare.org/adoptions) and our adoption drives along with other social media platforms to rehome their rescues. Fosters are pivotal in assisting with the welfare of rescued cats.
They make a difference everyday. So can you.
Becoming a Cat Foster
Please refer to the ‘Fosters’ section of our Cat Adoption Board: Here
Do reach out to individual rescuers to do a part by helping to foster a cat.
*Please note that the decision to allow a person to foster a rescue lies entirely with the cat’s rescuer in the same way that a person’s decision to foster a rescue lies entirely with that foster. CWS does not compel any person to foster or place a cat. Please also note that CWS does not sponsor the cost of food, litter, medical bills or any other expenses. These are arrangements to be made directly between the rescuer and the foster.
Want to adopt instead and change a cat's life forever?
Our adoption guidelines can help you get ready for your new cat. It’s accumulation of best practices can ensure you have a smooth transition to a full-fleged cat parent.