Pinellas Seeks Foster Care for Kittens
Animal Services has orphan kittens that need care until they’re old enough to be adopted into their forever homes.
PINELLAS COUNTY – Pinellas County Animal Services has almost 150 small kittens that need a foster home for anywhere from two to four weeks, depending on their ages.
The adoption of these kittens cannot take place without temporary foster homes for these little orphans.
The foster family receives support from medical staff, plus the shelter provides food, dishes, litter, litter boxes and other supplies, as well as any medical services needed. Fostering is a fun and rewarding experience that the whole family can participate in, but, most of all, fostering saves lives.
Fostering is flexible enough for most lifestyles. Taking one of these kittens home on a temporary basis provides that animal with a safe environment as they get ready to find a forever home.
Those interested in becoming part of the Pet Foster Care Program can contact the Animal Services Volunteer Coordinator at (727) 582-2636 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photo from Tampa Bay Reporter files.
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