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You have nothing to lose and the cats of North Texas have a lot to gain.
Thank you from the bottom of our little kitty hearts.
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Foster Care Program
What to Consider when Fostering Cats and Kittens
First of all, thank you for your interest in becoming a Foster Parent. We want this experience to be a positive and fulfilling one for you and your family. You will be giving your foster cat/kitten a chance to adapt to a home environment while waiting for a permanent one. Veteran NTCR fosters will help you go through the initial process if it is your first time.
NTCR wants you to know that if not for caring and compassionate people like you, hundreds of wonderful cats and kittens will be euthanized or will die living as strays.
Before committing to open your home to a homeless cat/kitten, please consider the following questions. If you are still interested, please click here or the bottom of this page to go to and fill out the Foster Care application form.
If you still have questions and/or concerns about fostering, please feel free to discuss it with our foster coordinator and/or our foster volunteers.
As with anything else that involves change, they may be an adjustment period for you and your foster(s). Patience is the key. Many of our cats/kittens come from rough situations and are frightened. Some never felt the contact of a human. Their only way to communicate their fears is what we humans refer to as abnormal or deviant behavior. Some will hide, while others may exhibit any number of behaviors: inappropriate urination/defecation, growling, hissing, snapping, cowering in corners, etc.
We need homes for domesticated cats/kittens. Some may need to recuperate from illness; others may just be too young to adopt--we call this program “Grow a Kitten.”
Often it takes just a little longer to adopt the adults/juveniles cats, and we ask for patience from our fosters while we do everything in our power to find good permanent homes for them
Intake Process and Placement in Foster home
When the cat/kitten decides to go to the next level of friendship, you will know! In most cases it will quickly realize YOU ARE THE FOOD GIVER and will love you for it!
Please keep in mind that although the cats/kittens may appear healthy, we often do not know if they were exposed to any diseases, infections or parasites, other than what we have already tested or treated for. We strongly recommend that you wash your hands after handling. A few things, like ringworm (fungal infection similar to athlete’s foot in humans) are contagious to humans. It is easily treated if you are sensitive to it. Click here to go to the Foster Agreement.
How to Find a Cat
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