OAR Foster Worksheet

OAR Foster Worksheet

An important part of finding cats an adoptive home is a great profile that highlights their unique traits and is honest about their limitations. This helps our hosts and potential adopters find the right fit for your fosters. Please try to socialize with your fosters as much as possible. This lets you learn about them and lets them get used to friendly interactions with humans. Thank you for fostering!

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Biographical Information
Note: We strongly recommend keeping fosters separated from your own pets. OAR cannot provide medical care to your pets if they contract an illness from or are injured by a foster cat. Some foster parents choose to accept the risks of integration, but you are not expected to.
What three adjectives describe them best?
Adjectives! Active, Adventurous, Affectionate, Attention-loving, Attentive, Beautiful, Calm, Charming, Chatty, Confident, Cuddly, Curious, Cute, Darling, Enchanting, Energetic, Easygoing, Fancy, Fluffy, Friendly, Fun, Funny, Gentle, Glamorous, Graceful, Gorgeous, Handsome, Independent, Irresistible, Kingly, Laid-back, Lap-loving, Loving, Loyal, Magnificent, Marvelous, Mellow, Mesmerizing, Mischievous, Peaceful, People-loving, Perfect, Pet-loving, Petite, Playful, Precious, Purry, Queenly, Radiant, Regal, Relaxed, Sassy, Sensational, Serene, Sleek, Social, Smart, Snuggly, Soft, Spectacular, Spunky, Suave, Svelte, Talkative, Vivacious, Wonderful
Medical Information
Send Cute Photos: Sending us photos of your foster cat looking healthy and happy is one of the best ways you can help them get adopted. If possible, take pictures of your foster and email the best shots to foster@ohioalleycat.org. Try to capture as many poses and angles as you can (full body, close up, action/play, snuggle time, et cetera)! Please try to photograph each kitten in a litter separately. Photos of cats looking at the camera are always effective.