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Robin (black), Rowlie (orange), Odie (Tuxedo with white stripe on back), Milo (Tuxedo with solid black back)

a picture of Robin (black), Rowlie (orange), Odie (Tuxedo with white stripe on back), Milo (Tuxedo with solid black back) a cat that needs a foster home.

Location: Lawrenceville, GA

Posted on: 8/17/2022

Posted by: Individual

Robin (black), Rowlie (orange), Odie (Tuxedo with white stripe on back), Milo (Tuxedo with solid black back) urgently needs a foster home

Why is fostering needed?

I am seeking temporary placement for four adult cats, who could be separated to two pairs. Ultimately we will need to find permanent new homes for these sweet boys. My parents have experienced a health crisis and are no longer able to care for them. Since I live in California, I am assisting my family from a distance to find a safe and positive placement for the cats. The cats are male, neutered, and about five years old. I have local friends willing to assist with transporting the cats to a foster home/s.

How long is fostering needed for?

Until a forever home for pet is found

Other notes

I am writing to seek placement for a total of four adult cats, as my parents have experienced a health crisis and are no longer able to care for them. Since I live in California, I am assisting my family from a distance to find a safe and positive placement for the cats. My husband and I can sponsor each cat with $100 ($400 total) to cover initial costs.
The cats are male, neutered, and about five years old. They were trapped from my father’s farm as kittens, neutered, and intended to be re-homed at a different farm, but that placement fell through. They could not be returned to their original farm due to coyotes. For about five years, they have lived in a finished basement room at my parents’ house, with a window and plenty of toys, boxes, and scratching posts. They are friendly and affectionate when they get to know you, but shy with new people and change. They are litter box trained. My family suffered a health emergency last month and my parents are no longer able to care for the cats. We are seeking two foster homes to each accept two cats. Since they have not lived as normal house cats, we think it would be best for experienced foster families to care for them and see how they adjust to living as house cats. We understand that if they have a very difficult time adjusting (e.g., too destructive), the best fit may be for them to be farm or barn cats, and we would like to place them with experienced people to make that call and find them an appropriate placement. They have not lived outdoors since they were small kittens, so they would need support to adjust to that as well. Any help you can offer would be greatly appreciated! Thank you in advance. 

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