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Cat Care Society is looking for Volunteers for Kitten Fostering

Friday, July 17, 2015
Kitten season is in full swing and Cat Care Society is in need of foster families who can foster orphaned kittens, nursing moms with kittens, and pregnant mom cats. The time commitment for fostering kittens is anywhere from two months to two weeks depending on their age, health and temperament. CCS will provide all medical care for your fosters. We do require all foster kittens get a medical checkup at the shelter at 3 weeks, 6 weeks, and 9 weeks. This is to ensure their overall health and also to administer important vaccines required of young kittens. Once they are old enough to be spayed and neutered they can come to the shelter to find their furrever homes!


Spare room away from household pets

Driver’s license/insured auto for transport

Please contact CCS Shelter Manager Heather Allen for more information and foster program orientation details. Phone: 303-239-9680 x 14, email:hallen@catcaresociety.org

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Note: If you're not already a Cat Care Society volunteer, we will request you also attend an upcoming CCS Volunteer Orientation. The next session is Saturday, August 8th, 12:30 p.m. Link for more information.

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