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a picture of Cleodora a cat that needs a foster home.

Location: Tempe, AZ

Age: 2 years, 6 months

Posted on: 9/6/2023

Posted by: Individual

Cleodora urgently needs a foster home

Why is fostering needed?

I recently lost housing due to a job loss and I definitely want to keep my pets. But until I get a new job and figure out my new housing situation, I need temporary care for my pets. I have one young adult dog and two young adult cats. If there are any fosters in your database that would be willing to care for my pets, please let me know. It’s urgent. I am happy to pay for their food, supplies, and vet visits. But that’s all I can afford after my job loss right now. The cats need to stick together because they’re a bonded pair so my dog can be with them if the foster parent is willing to take all 3 or my dog can be separate. My dog’s super friendly, he loves to be around people more anyway.
I do plan and fully intend on keeping my pets permanently. This is just an unfortunate and unforeseen circumstance that I am not and I am seeking help and support from fosters to provide temporary care for my kids. They mean the world to me, even more than my blood-related family, and I can never give them up. They’re my reason and motivation to work harder and be a better human being and provider to them. I am going to make sure that I regain stability in my life so I could give them the world again.

How long is fostering needed for?

A few months

Other notes

Cleo’s favorite toys are:
scratching board/ball, feather and bells teaser wand, catstages mountain of tracks, tunnels, balls that make noise, tower/tree, and laser points.
Cleo jumps really high and is very competitive when I play with her using a feather teasing wand. She likes to steal my greek yogurt when I’m not looking but isn’t always successful at it. Cleo is the sweetest creature I’ve ever met. I think she’s the one I’ll miss the most. She’s a healer. When I first brought her home, I going through some health problems and every time she came into contact with my body whether it was sitting on my legs or my chest, my pain would reduce almost instantly. I don’t know how she’s so amazing. I can’t bear the thought of parting with her. But I know I’ll be back to get her when I have a full time job and my own place to stay. She’s feisty at times and it’s endearing to watch. She’s the roost ruler of the pets I have. She’s truly the best thing to have happened to me. She will lay with you in bed or on your couch for as long as you stay there. She’s very loving and she responds first out of all of them when I have an emotional breakdown. She’s very smart, clever, curious and full of amazement.

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