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?
Chuck (The Truck) is looking for an experienced foster who can help him learn how to interact with humans. He can get a little overstimulated with time, so someone who can read cat body language would suit him best.
L.J. is a sweet cat learning what it means to enjoy the company of people. We’d love to find a foster home where L.J. can relax and continue to build confidence. He’ll need to be an indoor only cat due to his FIV+ status.
Shy at first, sweet Maxwell will open up t pets with a little love and patience. We’d love to find him a calm, quiet foster home where he can relax and take the time he needs to come out of his shell.
Mickey is a total sweetheart and we think would make for an easy foster. We’d like to find him a comfortable space to accommodate a limp in his right front paw.
Sweet and loving Isabella is looking for a low-stress foster home where she can be a solo cat. A kid-free space would also benefit her as she decompresses.
Grand Dame Pickles lives life on her terms—she enjoys pets and company but only when she' wants it. Someone with cat experience would be the best fit for this fancy lady.
Beautiful Shiba is looking for a foster who can help her her her long coat beautiful and healthy. She is an easy-going, lovable girl who we think could do well in a home with kids or a gentle, respectful dog companion, though she doesn’t enjoy the company of other cats.