We urgently need foster carers to care for cats temporarily in their own homes.

If you think you can help us in this way please email us.

Foster carers need to be committed to caring for their foster cat/s for however long it takes to find a new home. This means for an indefinite period - it can take weeks or months to find a suitable home and it is not possible to predict how long it will take.

Foster carers are responsible for buying food and cat litter, flea and worming treatment*. All other vet bills will be paid by Paws for Life.

Foster carers are responsible for arranging feeding etc. for their foster cat/s when away from home. We have no facilities for boarding cats other than another foster carer who would very likely have no vacancies.

* As we advise that foster cats are kept indoors they are unlikely to need flea and worming treatment once the initial treatment has been given, unless they are infested from the foster carer's own cats.

If you would like to be come involved in cat rescue in a very meaningful way, please consider being a foster carer. We will give you all the advice you need.

Of course - we need permananent homes for our cats too, and we need money to pay vet bills.

We are grateful for all donations, however small.