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?
Rupert is a total sweetheart just looking for a relaxing space where he can heal from a broken pelvis. He’ll need to be on crate rest for 6 weeks while recovering, so a spare room would do just fine.
Bonded girls, Kelli and Peekaboo, are looking for a foster. Kelli is a little more comfortable around people but would do well with an experienced foster who can read her body language. And with time, we hope Peekaboo will come out of his shell once he can escape the stress of the shelter.
Robin is an affectionate and companionable cat. She doesn’t need mush, just a comfy space to nap and someone who can offer up some good pets. She needs a little extra care for anemia and mild kidney disease.
Robin is also available for adoption. Learn more about her in her bio.
Alice is an easy going girl. All she needs is a warm bed and a few pets. She might need a little bit of time to adjust, but she’ll settle into a new foster home fairly easily.
Sparkles is looking for a calm environment where she can relax. She's an easy-going cat who would do well even with first time foster parents.