5.Who is responsible for food & litter:
Remember that you are doing this agency a FAVOR by
providing a place for the cat to stay
providing the necessary care and feeding
monitoring for behavior and health issues
giving LOVE to theanimal
In some cases you are socializing the animal for this group
whowill adopt it out and collect an adoption fee plus grant money for "expenses" that they save on by fostering the pet out.You should not be obligated to pay for Food, Litter or Medical Costs.
They will also claim expenses to preserve their tax free status - if youspend money on the fostered animal get a letter from them forYOUR tax records.
Be sure it is dated and has the amount of moneyyou are claiming – this line should not be left blank – it should be filledin with the correct amount.
6.What kind of follow up will be done during the fostercare period?7.Will someone deliver or pick up pet/provide carrier
8.Will someone be in touch with me on a regular basis
9.What vet do they useEMERGENCY VET FEES
What do they consider an emergency?
Is this in agreementwith what you consider an emergency?
11.Who do I contact in case of an emergency (name)
12.Is there a cell phone number to call in an emergency?
13.What is the name/telephone number of your foster carecoordinator?
If there is an emergency and I cannot reach the contactlisted above or the foster care coordinator are youprepared to reimburse me for emergency care?