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I am caring for my first foster cat — 16 Comments

  1. You don’t need luck Michael you have a compassionate, caring nature which is all thats required 🙂 I hope you both have fun and you have many more foster cats in your life with lots of successful re-homings in between:)

  2. Idea for an article for you. Fosters in the U.S. are encouraged to share photos and info on their foster baby and be part of the adoption process. Why the secrecy in the UK or is that the norm?

    • I am waiting on permission, which I presume will be granted because it can only help rehome the cat. I’ll ask again. The rescue organisation has seen PoC. There are no formal rules on this. It is down to the organisation.

  3. Wow so Excited and Happy for you. Am so pleased you got someone special there now. I know its just a foster but couldn’t of happened to a better person. Have been worried how you were doing. It’s great to have a furry friend with you now. 🙂

  4. I HAVE A NEW GREY SPOTED TABBY MALE TOO.EVERY ONE I HAVE HAD IN MY LIFE HAS BEEN THE SWEETEST ,MOST GENTLE KITTIES. MINE CAME FROM THE POUND .HE WAS ABOUT TO BE PUT DOWN.I AM SO HAPPY YOU HAVE ANOTHER KITTY.

  5. Thanks God we have a good news from your side today, Michael.

    If I were you, I should have adopted 4 feral kittens and let them be mine in my home. Well One day I will have so many that PAKISTAN will say the record cat holder is AHSAN UL HAQ.

    Best of wishes to you both. and waiting for the photos when allowed. <3 <3 <3 thousand kisses for the unseen new guest.

  6. So happy.
    Those spotted tabby boys have always been some of the most loving to me. They’re cool and sophisticated in presence.
    How old? Can you say?
    Hoping he is a year or under and can rev your engine. LOL!

  7. How exciting!! Wishing you luck and lots of pleasure with your new little friend, let us have any snippets of news you are allowed to share.

  8. Wonderful news, I’m so pleased for you Michael. Your home must have felt so empty without Charlie and once you and your new foster cat get to know each other I’m sure you will both be happy with each other.

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