Cats

Rescued Treasures Cat Fosters

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Above you will find links to all the forms you will need for fostering.

Vaccines

It  is your responsibility as a cat foster to make sure your cat/kitten is up to date on their vaccines. Please contact Jennifer or Scott for vaccines.

Kittens should receive vaccines starting at 6 weeks every 4 weeks until 16 weeks of age.  (AVMA Guidelines)

Kittens/Cats 16 wks to 1 year should receive 2 vaccines 4 weeks apart

Rabies at 12-14 weeks per veterinarian approval and weight of kitten

Adult cats over 1 year of age receive 1 FrVcp, rabies booster if no proof

Dehydration

How to check for signs of dehydration.

Dehydration can easily occur if a small kitten has been vomiting or having diarrhea or hasn’t been eating or drinking well.

Early detection of dehydration can save you kitten a lot of trouble and save the rescue expensive vet bills.

Please check out this video to see how you can check to see how well hydrated your kitten is.

If you have any questions or need any kind of help regarding your cats or kittens please reach out to Jennifer Everett or  Scott Pizzingrilli.

Please be sure to check our spreadsheet below often to make sure your foster’s records are up to date.

Cat Foster Spreadsheet