Since Another Chance is a foster-based rescue, it's important that we have a network of responsible, dedicated volunteers who are willing to open their homes to care for kittens and cats until it's time for them to be adopted.
Sometimes that means taking in a cat who is ill and needs daily medication, ensuring that cats receives the medical attention it needs.
Some volunteers take in pregnant mother cats and care for them throughout pregnancy and birth, also caring for their litter.
Being a foster could also mean taking in a feral cat and taking the time to work with him or her, to get the cat to a point where it's friendly enough to be adopted.
Being a foster could also mean letting a perfectly healthy, friendly feline share your home home until there's room at our main adoption center.