If you have a soft spot for a cute, cuddly kitten, the Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League wants to meet you.
Palm Beach County’s largest and oldest private shelter is currently looking for foster parents to help with the influx of kittens. Currently, the league is looking to place 126 kittens.
Foster parents provide a temporary home for dogs and or cats until they are ready for adoption. Fostering can last anywhere from a few days to a few months, depending on the needs of the animal.
The league will provide all the supplies foster parents will need, including medications, follow-up veterinary visits, food, litter, bedding, bowls, crates, collars and leashes. Foster parents are responsible for transportation to and from the shelter for check-ups and medical care.
Foster parents must be at least 17 years old and have an adult in the household who will be the primary caregiver. Caregivers must be able to separate the foster animal from their own pets for 14 days since many foster pets have limited immunity.
To learn more about Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League’s Foster Program, go online to Peggy Adams.org/foster.