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RSPCA is searching for cat and kitten foster carers

Calling all cat people! The RSPCA is currently on the hunt for foster homes for the cutest, fluffiest, mums and bubs in the state.

Calling all cat people! The RSPCA is currently on the hunt for foster homes for the cutest, fluffiest, mums and bubs in the state. 

With an abundance of kitten litters at RSPCA shelters, there’s plenty of fuzzy love that needs to be shared this spring. 

With the warmer months just around the corner, the RSPCA is bracing for an influx of cats and kittens (and other animals too).

From November to March each year ‘kitten season places a huge strain on the shelter’s resources and they need an abundance of new carers before Christmas to help these vulnerable animals.

Support, food and essentials will be provided by RSPCA, but they need big-hearted people to take in a mum and her kiddos this festive season just until the bubs are big enough to be adopted. 

While here at Glam we know this sounds like our dream job (who doesn’t want to look after tiny kittens) the RSPCA rescue shelters are calling the South Australian community to look into their hearts and open their homes to help look after these Purr-fect kitties. 

Are you ready to be a carer for some paw-fect cats? This is the perfect opportunity for those with the biggest of hearts to open their homes and nurture SA’s most vulnerable creatures to help them get a paw-some start on the rest of their lives. 

Becoming a foster carer is the perfect opportunity for those wanting to help support the RSPCA by helping spread the love to SA’s most vulnerable animals.

It is also an incredibly vital service in helping animals get that extra love and care before they find their forever home. By providing a temporary home to these cute cats, you’re setting them up to pounce straight into the arms of their fur-ever family – how amazing is that! 

Carers need to be 18-years and older, have reliable transport and a safe and secure environment for the fluffy kitties to live. Foster parents must be dedicated to the level of commitment and care required, be willing to take the babies back to the shelter for veterinary check-ups and attend a training session.


Becoming a foster carer is a truly rewarding and unforgettable experience. To register your interest in becoming a cat foster carer, smooch on over to the RSPCA website here.

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