You provide: Hope to a homeless kitten, a temporary place to crash, and a lot of love

You receive: Food and any necessary medical care, support and guidance, and the joy of knowing that you've helped save a kitten's life


Learn more: FOSTERING FAQS  |  FOSTER PARENT TIPS  |  KITTEN CARE HANDBOOK


Did you know that in 2015 over 6,000 dogs and cats were killed in L.A. city shelters last year simply because they didn't have safe places to call home? Nearly half of those killed were newborn kittens.

By opening your home to foster, you help ensure the survival of a five-to-six-week-old kitten who still needs critical care. The foster period typically lasts a short two to three weeks, and then the kittens are returned to the pet adoption center where they find a loving, permanent home. By fostering a kitten, you are truly helping to save a life.


 

Ready to get started? Email any of the following organizations to help kittens currently in the care of an NKLA Coalition partner:

A Cat’s Tale: cathy@acatstale.org

Animal Wellness Foundation: Chantelle@animalwellnessfoundation.org

Best Friends Animal Society-Los Angeles: fosterLA@bestfriends.org

Cats Cats Cats Rescue: Catscatscatsrescue@yahoo.com

Found Animals Foundation: kittenfoster@foundanimals.org

Heaven on Earth Society for Animals: volunteers@heavenlypets.org

Homeless to Forever Foundation: homelesstoforever@gmail.com

Kitten Rescue: foster@kittenrescue.org

LA Animal Services: Click here to learn more. Download PDF Foster Parent Application here.

Labs and Friends: info@labsandfriends.org

Molly's Mutts & Meows: info@mollysmuttsandmeows.org

Stray Cat Alliance: volunteers@StrayCatAlliance.org

SNPLA (Spay Neuter Project Los Angeles): foster@snpla.org (or call 562-942-2640)

Zazzy Cats Kitty Rescue: zazzycatsrescue@live.com