HomeHuman to cat relationshipfoster carer of catsCat foster carers need a spare room for cats to use. Discuss.

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  1. I just want to comment it doesn’t matter how used to dogs the cat in the adoption case is. It’s how can you trust a dog from usually unknown background not to munch your kitty while stressed or an unknown aggression issue. I’ve seen this end badly for the family cat too many times not to comment.
    Fostering a cat if you have a resident cat I fully support having a separate room for the foster. Introductions are stressful and there is no way the resident cat can consent to the intrusion especially if there is a string of them over a period of time. For someone wanting to foster who has no pets it’s seems a bit petty.

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