Thank you for your interest in Fostering a Senior cat. Currently all our cats have foster homes and the response from our community has been amazing. Your application is very important to us for when we are able to intake cats again. Every cat that comes through our rescue receives a wellness exam and up to date vaccines, so once the vets will allow us to book regular appointments we can start to take in cats. We will then be able to place the right cat with you for fostering based on the cat’s temperament as well as your family situation and what you are looking for. Foster homes are invaluable in socializing them for adoption. *Since we are a non-profit foster based rescue and have limited resources at the moment we count on donations of food and litter. If the foster home can supply this we are always grateful.

Since most of our cats are seniors, some cats we take in may not do well with other pets.
Seniors are often harder to adopt out and can take a little longer to find a forever home.
Alot of the cats we take in have had limited to no medical care and can sometimes need medication or have a condition we are treating.
What Drives Us

Our Mission


Hearts4Paws Animal Rescue works to ensure that no cat becomes homeless as a result of an emergency experienced by its owner. Sudden hospitalization, a move to long-term care, or any other life crisis can mean that a cat may no longer be cared for in the home he / she has known and loved. Sometimes, especially in the case of a senior cat, the cat might be at risk of euthanization because it can be difficult to find a new forever home. Hearts4Paws intervenes in such cases, fostering and rehoming cats in emergency surrender situations.