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Hi guys! Please reblog if you can!
I’m gonna be homeless soon, which means that I’ll have to stop fostering cats for the lovely people of Infinite Hope rescue, but I’m hoping that somebody out there, even one of you, can take my place.
Here’s the deal:
They pay for food, transportation and any vet bills while you’re a foster parent so there’s NO MONEY OUT OF POCKET unless you choose to buy some toys. They’re based out of Brooklyn, so you will probably have to go out there to fetch a kitty and get more food.
Aside from that, all that’s required is love, attention, updates, willingness to let potential adopters meet your foster cat and the ability to let your kitty go gladly to their forever home. If you aren’t sure how to give a cat a pill or a bath or get them into a carrier they will send someone to help or teach you to do it. I can teach you to handle cats like a pro if you want!
Cat fostering can be done in a big house or a single small room. It can be done for a few weeks or a few months. It will matter if you have kids or other animals but there’s a needy kitty for every situation.
It’s so easy to help so you should consider helping! All of the cats I’ve had have been lovely animals that just needed a little help to get started on a new life.
Info: Infinite Hope Rescue
The ladies who run this thing are lovely, passionate people who will love you so much for helping!
It’s national cat day. I’m reblogging this because the first time I posted it it only got one reblog. It’s free and easy to help kitties, even freer and easier to give this a signal boost.
(via anniewu)Source: uptightcitizen
Btw, most of this is great advice for an artist regardless of gender.
Congrats to these artists, some of which I’ve known since they were just starting out, like Nicola Scott who came to my Masterclass in Sydney Australia in 2002 at the Sydney University of Technology (When I signed in Sydney in 2012 we now signed at the table next to each other as she is a successful mainstream comics artist at DC Comics) , and Sara Richard & Janet Lee who I’ve seen grow in skill since their very early works years ago.