During the time you are fostering our cat(s)/kitten(s), CCRR agrees to provide all necessary supplies including the following:1. All food, both canned and dry, as well as bowls for wet food, dry food, and water, if needed.2. Cat Litter, and a litter box and litter scoop, if needed.3. Toys, beds, and a carrier if needed.4. Any necessary medications or supplements, if needed.5. All veterinary care. You will need to contact us ASAP if any of our foster cat(s)/kitten(s) require any veterinary care and make the cat available to be picked up ASAP.
During the time you are fostering our cat(s)/kitten(s), you agree to the following:1. Provide a safe, indoor only home with lots of love and attention.2. Provide food and litter as provided by the rescue and maintain a clean litter box that is scooped out daily.3. Make an effort to work with the cat to address any additional medical/behavioral/social needs that the particular cat(s)/kitten(s) require as specified by the Rescue Representative.4. Respond to inquiries from the rescue about the health and welfare of the foster cat(s)/kitten(s) and contact the Rescue Representative with any questions or concerns about the health or behavior of the cat.5. To keep the cat at your residence only and under your care until the cat(s)/kitten(s) are returned to a Rescue Representative.6. You acknowledge that these cat(s)/kitten(s) may or may not have been vaccinated for distemper and rabies and tested for feline leukemia and feline aids. The CCRR Program is unaware of the medical history of the rescue cat(s)/kitten(s) and is unable to test/treat for all other potential health conditions. However, any known conditions will be disclosed. You further understand that these illnesses are a potential threat to other pets in your home and that rabies is a threat to humans as well. If the foster cat(s)/kitten(s) are not fully vetted, it is recommended that they be kept isolated from other pets until vetting can be performed. We will inform you if the cat(s)/kitten(s) have been fully vetted at the time they enter foster care. However, many young kittens that enter into foster care are too young to be vetted beforehand. Some adult cats will not be fully vetted yet if there is an unavoidable delay in our ability to get them vetted.7. You acknowledge that the foster cat(s)/kitten(s) remain the property of CCRR and agree to return the cat to the CCRR as soon as possible for any reason at the request of the rescue.
If at any time during this period you need to return the cat(s)/kitten(s), please provide us with at least 3 days notification to make the arrangements for the return unless there is an emergency that requires an immediate return. At the time of the return, all supplies should be returned as well.