Quadra kittens need temporary foster homes

The volunteer group is aware of a number of mother cats with fending for themselves and their kittens

Quadra Cat Rescue is putting out a call for temporary kitten foster homes.

The volunteer group is aware of a number of mother cats with fending for themselves and their kittens. The group is seeking temporary foster homes to keep the kittens safe until they’re big enough to be spayed or neutered and put up for adoption.

Anyone interested in assisting is asked to contact Quadra Cat Rescue at 250-285-CATS (2287) or by email at quadracatrescue@yahoo.com. Quadra Cat Rescue volunteers can also be reached at Quadra’s Saturday market. Quadra Cat Rescue works to control the cat population and reduce the number of unwanted cats on Quadra Island by trapping, spaying and neutering feral cats. When foster homes are available, Quadra Cat Rescue also fosters strays and tames kittens born to feral mothers to prepare them for an adoptive home.

Quadra Cat Rescue welcomes volunteers, particularly people interested in trapping, transporting and fostering cats and kittens. People interested in adopting can visit the group’s www.quadracats.com or call 250-285-2287.

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