There are many adult cats living at the OK Humane Adoption Center who would greatly benefit from time in a foster home! Living in a foster home for a short time allows them more opportunities to play or interact with people and other animals than they normally get while living at the Adoption Center.
Are you willing to help one of these cats out? They’d love to have some time to relax and stretch their legs for a while at your home. You can be their stepping stone to a loving home, and it’s SO easy!
If you’re interested, come to our Open Orientation for Fosters this Friday, June 15th at 5:30 PM. This will take place at the OK Humane Adoption Center, 7500 N. Western Ave. Our Foster/Volunteer Coordinator Sara Schumacher will be there to share everything you need to know about becoming a foster parent! If you decide to foster, we can provide you with a foster kitty that same night.
Not easily convinced? Current foster mom Lynsie B. has something to share with you:
“I love kittens as much as the next person; I’ve yet to meet a kitten that I haven’t wanted to tuck in my pocket and take home. But there’s nothing like fostering an adult cat. They’ve experienced life, and they have stories to tell. All of my foster cats have been very affectionate, happy to have food and a comfortable place to nap. Their personalities really shine, and they share their quirks.
When we started fostering, we were concerned how our resident cats would react. We were surprised to learn that Leo loves visitors and is thrilled when he sees a carrier. Leo helps us determine how our fosters interact with other cats and gauge their energy level. With each foster, I’m relieved to know that I’ve helped save a cat who would make a perfect addition to a family.”
Fostering is free, easy, and extremely rewarding, so please consider opening your heart and home to a cat that needs you!
If you have questions, contact Sara at email@example.com or call 405-286-1229 ext. 6.
Here are the details again:
Open Orientation for Fosters
Friday, June 15th @ 5:30 PM7500 N. Western Ave. at the OK Humane Adoption Center
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