Home of Chesapeake Cats and Dogs
CCAD has a kitten up for adoption/foster and is competing in a contest through felinefoster.org Please click on this link "Pirate" to be directed to a voting site in favor of "Pirate." Vote for Pirate. You can vote once a day. Contest ends on August 5th. If Pirate gets the most voles, CCAD will win $5000. Of course everyone wins if you become a foster for a CCAD cat or dog. Click for full rules.
"I applied to foster during the beginning of quarantine because I knew I’d be working from home for a while. I didn’t hear back for a few months and completely forgot about my application, but when I got the call to see if I could foster Pirate, I jumped at the opportunity. Pirate is my first ever foster kitten and I’m so excited to have him. He’s a very energetic boy and loves to talk!! Want to bring him aboard your ship? " A CCAD Kitten, 410,643.9955
Benefits of fostering
You are saving a life! By fostering, you make it possible for CCAD to rescue a dog or cat from a kill-facility. Without foster homes to provide temporary care for dogs and cats, CCAD is limited in the number of homeless animals we are able to rescue.
Through the socialization and home environment you provide, you increase that animal’s chance of being adopted! As you learn about the dog’s and/or cat’s personality, our rescue group is better able to place them in permanent homes. This is a wonderful gift you can give to people looking to adopt.
Your own pet will learn more social skills and have a temporary companion and playmate! It’s a good way to see if you are ready for an additional pet. It’s not always clear whether an additional pet would fit in with your family at the present time. With fostering, you have a chance to see whether or not adopting is right for your family. Maybe providing temporary foster care is better for you.
The dog or cat gets to live with your family rather than at a shelter! Animals get stressed from shelter conditions. With time, many cats and dogs develop psychological issues as pent-up energy, frustration, aggression or boredom builds. Home environments and one-on-one attention prevent this.
Fostering lets you actively participate in the rehabilitation of a traumatized or needy animal! Due to the attention and security you give them in your home, your foster can become very different—less timid and less emotionally or physically injured.
It’s a way to help without spending much money! CCAD is responsible for ALL the necessary veterinary care expenses for your foster. We will support you every step of the way.
Any volunteering makes a person feel good! Fostering is a way to give back to your community. If you love animals, there is nothing more rewarding than helping a homeless dog or cat.
Fostering teaches children about compassion, generosity, and responsibility!
There are MANY other reasons to consider becoming a foster, but most of all, fostering is incredibly satisfying! The day your foster finds their perfect forever home is a day of rejoicing and knowing that they wouldn’t be where they are without all of your efforts and affection! Thank you for making a difference!
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