Cats Needing Foster
Cat Town partners with Oakland Animal Services to identify the cats in most need: those who are struggling with life in a cage, who need extra medical care, or require a little more patience to help them find their confidence. The following cats are waiting for you to foster them so they can have a better chance at adoption. Won't you help them on their journey?
Cameron is a sweet cat who's learning how to navigate the human world. Frequently, he does that by playing - he's an excellent hunter. He should be in a calm, quiet space with a patient foster.
Read his full bio here.
Senior girl Nancy is full of personality! She's always ready to welcome you home from work, and when the evening roles around, she'll happily curl up in your lap. Nancy should be a solo cat, and we hope to find her a foster with enough cat experience to take cues from her body language.
Mother/daughter pair, Janet and Clarissa, are still on the shy side but are learning to navigate the human world with each other's help. They'd benefit from a quiet home and a patient foster.
Duke is a 1-year-old Siamese mix who found himself homeless after his guardian was evicted from his home. At first Duke was happy to have food and shelter, but then soon became stressed at realizing this wasn't just a quick sleepover. He needs a foster who can help him decompress from shelter life.
Buzz is a 1 year old handsome tabby who is really stressed by shelter life. He's looking for a cat experienced foster who can provide a quiet and patient home that can help him feel comfortable with people once again.
Sheba is a 14 year old Bengal who would love to live in a cat free home. She is as smart as she is gorgeous! Her sweet disposition shines bright and she would love to tell you about her days as a Beauty Queen!
Senior boy Marlow has the spirit of a cat half his age. We're looking for a foster home where he can run and explore the space. He's a lovely companion cat and might be ok in a home with another cat.
As we reach the middle of summer, more and more kittens find themselves growing up in the shelter with little opportunity to socialize with humans. That's why we started our Forgotten Kitten Project to get these kittens out of cages and into foster homes. Please reach out if you're interested in making a difference in the lives of young shelter cats.