Foster a cat

Can you offer a temporary home to one or more of our cats?

Robin Hood Cats Rescue is always in need of short and long term fostering arrangements. Fostering a cat can be a win/win situation for everyone! The cat is kept in a home environment before it is adopted and fostering offers flexibility if you are unable to keep a cat full time.

So what’s involved with fostering?

Cats come into our rescue for various reasons at all times of day and night. Typical situations include:

  • Emergency fostering
  • Pregnant female
  • Multiple cats
  • Mum cat and kittens
  • Single cat
  • Senior or older cat
  • Weaned kittens

Most fostered cats are kept in a spare room with access to a litter box, bedding, food, water and toys. As we are on limited funds we ask that you supply the food and litter, however donations received to the rescue will be distributed where possible. All of the cats’ medical needs will be taken care of by Robin Hood Cats Rescue.

Some of the cats may be scared or nervous so will need time and patience to come round. Other cats and kittens that come into the rescue are confident and will only need to be fostered for a short time before they are adopted.

Who can foster?

  • Students with prior approval from landlord
  • People in rented accomodation with prior approval from landlord
  • People with other animals
  • People with children young and old
  • Singles or couples

If you want to know more contact us to see if fostering is right for you!

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Our adoption fees are £85 per cat/kitten or £160 for two. This includes:

  • Spaying or neutering
  • Microchipping
  • Flea and worming treatment
  • Homecheck

We are unable to include vaccinations in our adoptions fees due to costs. For more information please get in touch.

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