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?
Tammy is a sweet and easy-going girl. She recently suffered an injury and we’re looking to get her into a comfy space while we work on getting her properly healed up.
Though shy to start, Marcie has been showing signs of enjoying pets with little purrs and tiny biscuit making. We think she’ll blossom in a quiet home under the care of a cat experienced foster parent.
Super sweet senior cat Harrison is looking for a gentle foster home. He has some moderate kidney issues and will need help managing it with a special diet. To thank you for your help, he’ll be sure to offer up lots of love and rubs.
Ellie and Eve are a shy pair looking for a small, quiet space to build confidence. Ellie, the tabby, is a little more confident and should help Eve feel safe in her new space. A foster with some cat experience would be a great fit.
Sweet Katya is struggling to feel comfortable in a shelter cage. We think she’ll blossom in a home but just needs someone to take a chance. We think she’d be happiest in a home without other pets.
Leila and Addy are like yin and yang - Leila is the confident of the pair, always asking for pets, while Addie tends to be shy and reserved. To help Addie feel comfortable, we’d like to get the pair into a quiet home where they can adjust in a spare room.
Pickles is a sweet and easy gal who would love to keep you company on these cool winter nights. She’d be happiest as a solo cat with a cat savvy foster guardian.
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Sweet Astrid is feeling just a bit stressed from the shelter but is a total love. We’re hoping to get her into a foster home where she can be herself and let her personality shine!
Have you been following our Forgotten Kitten Project. Help older shelter kittens build confidence and learn to trust humans at home with socialization.