Very young kittens are extremely fragile and finding experienced foster homes for very young orphans is incredibly difficult. The SPCA of Winchester, Frederick, and Clarke Counties has developed to Kitten Warrior Program to ensure volunteers receive adequate training and support to help the shelter with its greatest need, neo-natal kittens. Once trained, fosters will be able to care for kittens in their home. Fostering is of utmost importance as it allows the most vulnerable pets to be cared for outside of the shelter and in a home environment. Once volunteers are trained to care for our most vulnerable pets, they may foster other SPCA pets as needed.
Kitten Warrior training may be done virtually. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Newborn fostering can last anywhere from two to seven weeks.
To become a Kitten Warrior, please complete a foster application and return it to our office. Once approved, the shelter will contact you as needed for assistance, and you can start helping us save lives!
The Winchester SPCA Kitten Warrior program works in partnership with the Animal Welfare League of Arlington Kitten College! To learn more about Kitten College click this link: https://www.awla.org/programs/