Become a foster. Save feline lives.

Kudzu Cat Alliance is a licensed foster-based rescue organization, which means we don’t have a shelter. We are only able to rescue kittens from outdoor life when they have foster homes waiting. There are never as many fosters as there are kittens, and we have to turn down requests to come trap and rescue kittens almost daily, which is just heartbreaking for us. The sad truth is that over half of all kittens born outdoors will die without intervention. You can make a huge difference in the life of these kittens by becoming a foster.

You don’t have to give them the run of your home or allow them to mix with your own cats. Foster cats can be kept in a spare room or even a bathroom. Babies, feral mothers who are nursing newborns prior to being TNRed, and injured or post-surgical cats can be kept in a pet playpen. We are especially in need of fosters with bottle feeding experience!

Kudzu Cat Alliance covers all veterinary care (emergency and routine) for our fosters. We always appreciate our foster homes that are willing to provide their own food and litter, but if you want to foster and can’t do this we will provide it to you.

You will need to be able to spend some time each day playing and snuggling with your fosters, as human contact helps socialize wild-born kittens so they become adoptable.

If you are interested in fostering for us please fill out the application below and we will be in touch!

    Are you over the age of 18?

    The Georgia Department of Agriculture requires us to make a home visit before a foster application can be approved. Do you agree to a home visit from a Kudzu Cat Alliance representative?

    Please indicate the type(s) of cats you would be willing to foster (check all that apply):

    Do you already have experience with your selections above?

    What is your experience level?

    Are you able to administer medication? Check all that apply:

    If an emergency arose would you be able to take your foster(s) to a vet? (Veterinary expenses are covered by Kudzu Cat Alliance.)

    Would you be able to take your foster cat(s) for routine vet appointments?

    How long are you willing to provide fostering?

    Describe the activity level of your household:

    It is your responsibility to ensure you are allowed to keep animals. Are you aware of any restrictions (lease rules, condo or homeowner association, etc.) that would prevent you from fostering?

    What are your current pet restrictions?