Orange County Animal Services Kitten Fostering
Please complete this form if you would like to be added to our kitten foster families list. Once you have completed this form, we will reach back out to you with the next steps.
Email *
First Name *
Last Name *
Address *
City *
State *
Zip *
Phone Number *
Number of adults in the household *
Number of children in the household *
Ages of children in household
Are there any other cats in the household? *
If yes, how many?
Are there any dogs in the household? *
If yes, how many?
Are they up to date on all of their vaccines? *
Please describe your household? *
For example, is it quiet? Is there a lot of activity? etc.
How will you separate your foster from the other pets in your home? *
What is the first date you can start to foster? *
Let us know if there is a last date you can hang on to your foster pet(s).
I would prefer to foster: *
(check all that apply)
How many kittens or cats are you willing and able to foster at one time? *
*Please consider taking at least 4 kittens
Are you willing to foster cats who have an Upper Respiratory Infection (URI)? *
This is just like a human cold and is not contagious to yourself or dogs in the home. Other cats can catch this. If your resident cat's immune system is good, they are up to date on vaccines, and you keep them totally separate from cats with URI, they should be okay.
Are you willing to foster cats who have Ringworm? 6 weeks of medical care needed. *
Ringworm is contagious to humans and pets in the home, but we provide important protocols that will prevent disease-spread. Oral medication and medicated baths will be needed while the cat stays in your home. Please do not foster ringworm cats if there are children or senior pets in the home.
If you are able to care for kittens under 4 weeks of age, please let us know your experience with bottle-feeding or syringe-feeding very young kittens. *
*NOTE: Kittens under 4 weeks who have not weaned from kitten milk or are in the process of weaning require feedings every 5-6 hours.
Do you have experience administering ear and eye medication to kittens/cats? *
Do you have experience working with scared/hissy kittens/cats? *
Would you be able to host virtual meet and greets from your home? *
To keep the kittens out of the shelter indefinitely, we are now asking fosters if they'd like to conduct virtual meet and greets from their home instead of bringing the kittens back to the shelter when they make weight. This means that once your kittens are made available for adoption, any potential adopters will be on a Zoom call with you (plus a staff member) to meet your kittens. This is not required but highly encouraged.
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