Foster a Cat


There is nothing more rewarding than helping an animal in need! PANT relies on their foster homes to provide love and care for animals in transition. Without our foster homes, we would not be able to find new, forever homes for the animals we serve. P.A.N.T.’s animals come from areas where we are performing TNR (trap/neuter/return) work since our goal is to remove homeless, friendly strays and young kittens from the streets and provide them with a safe, loving foster home until they are adopted.

 As a foster parent, you will be providing a caring, nuturing environment for a pet awaiting permanent placement.

 Once an animal is placed in foster home, PANT will provide food and any necessary medications. PANT will pay for any medical care that the pet needs. The only responsiblities of the foster home are to provide a lot of TLC and occasional transportation for medical care or so they can attend an adoption outreach event. In the event you are going on vacation or will otherwise be unable to care for your foster pet, we will make necessary arrangements if given sufficient notice.

 Most kittens are adopted by the time they are 12 weeks old. The amount an adult cat spends in a foster home varies from one week to six months.


Interested? Please complete our Foster Parent Application and someone will contact you to answer your questions.