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Have you ever adopted an animal from a rescue/animal control agency?
Have you ever had an application rejected for adoption of an animal from a rescue/animal control facility?
If Yes, Explain:
What age cat are you looking to foster?
If a disciplinary or behavior problem arises, what steps would you take to work on it?
What kind of food do you plan to give your foster cat?
Where do you plan to put the litter box?
Do any members of your family have allergies to animals?
If Yes, Explain:
How long have you lived at your present address?
Will you be moving in the next 6 months?
Type of Home:
If you rent, please list landlord's name and phone number:
What pets have you had in the past? (Type, Age, Neutered/Spayed, Where Kept, Length of time owned)
What pets do you presently have in your household? (Name, Type, Age, Neutered/Spayed, Where Kept, Length of time owned)
What is your vet's name?
What is your vet's contact info?
Will your current pet(s) adjust to a new foster cat in the house?
Where will you keep your foster cat during the day?
How many hours a day will your foster cat spend alone?
How many adults/children in your family? Age of children?
Who will take care of the foster cat when you are away?
Are you willing to sign a foster agreement?
Are you willing for a CRU representative to come to see where the foster cat will be living?
Foster Application Certification
If accepted as a volunteer for Cats R Us a non-profit corporation, I realize I am not a paid employee and am not covered by any workers’ compensation insurance or any other insurance or guaranteed medical payment coverage which would compensate me should I be injured while volunteering for Cats R Us. I recognize that in handling animals there exists a risk of injury including physical harm caused by the animals. On behalf of myself, my heirs, personal representatives and executors, I hereby fully release, discharge, indemnify and hold harmless forever the Cats R Us, board of directors, agents, servants, adoption venues, and other volunteers from any and all things, acts, omission or conditions which may cause me damage or injury or any other problems in any way connected with my services for CRU, including but not limited to animal bites or scratches, accidents, injuries, property damages or veterinary fees. I also understand that public relations are an important part of volunteering at CRU. On behalf of myself, my heirs, personal representatives and executors, I allow CRU to use my name and/or photographs of me in public relations efforts.
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