[Durham INC] Request for Temp Foster Homes for CUTE KITTENS
mmr121570 at yahoo.com
Thu Jun 4 17:38:29 EDT 2009
This is a great way to see if your family can deal with a pet...or just to have a temporary pet that you know you won't have to keep forever.
Please consider helping these little kittens by providing them a safe place to leave while they await their future, permanent homes.
P.S. Sarah Caines is a neighbor and friend of mine -- VERY nice lady.
--- On Wed, 6/3/09, scaines23 <scaines at earthlink.net> wrote:
From: scaines23 <scaines at earthlink.net>
Subject: [FairfieldNC] Update and THANKS to everyone!
To: FairfieldNC at yahoogroups.com
Date: Wednesday, June 3, 2009, 12:41 PM
*I apologize if this is a double-post*
Hello again neighbors,
Thanks so much for your help in locating feral cats and kittens in
Fairfield. So far we have captured 4 new kittens, bringing our total
from Fairfield and surrounding areas to 16! These sweet kittens have
been vaccinated and are currently being socialized so they will be
wonderful adoptees when the time comes. We have also been alerted to
several other groups and will continuing to try to trap these as well.
Now we need some help from you! Keeping in the community spirit, we
are in need of foster homes for some of these kittens. They can go in
up to as many as you would like.
Opening up your home to foster animals is a truly loving act. While it
can be challenging, it is equally rewarding. Providing a safe and
nurturing environment for a homeless animal to thrive while waiting
for that perfect forever family to find them, is a remarkable gift.
It's not really clear who benefits most from this gift, as it's a
wonderful experience for both of you, but it's a gift just the same.
Know the incredible service you are providing will greatly benefit
this animal and the community at large. You will be responsible for
saving a life. Living in a home with a family, and enjoying
companionship, interaction and of course hugs and kisses only boosts
its confidence and aids in its development, which in turn makes the
animal more appealing to adoptive families. You can ensure the
animal enjoys human companionship and learn its personality
so that it can be placed in the most suitable home.
What Marley's provides: medical care through their clinics and vet
care events and through specific vets that they contract with, foster
home lead persons on call to respond to questions and concerns,
adoption counselors to review applications and work with persons
interested in adopting, website posting of your fosters on 5 websites,
events for your fosters to be showcased at and tv spots to showcase
your animals on.
What you provide: Love, attention, food, litter and playtime for your
fosters. We ask that you attend at least one adoption event a month
and attend vet care clinics. We also ask for photos and descriptions
of your fosters to post online and that you contact us with any
Thanks again and please feel free to contact Greg or I with any
-Sarah and Greg Caines
119 Carlion Ct.
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