Experienced Sitter & Foster
Expert Foster and Cat Mom of Five
I adopted my first cat in 2016 and have been a self-proclaimed cat lady ever since! I just can’t get enough cat time, so I started volunteering as a foster, vaccine giver and adoption counselor with East County Animal Rescue. I’ve fostered about 40 cats so far with no intention of stopping anytime soon! Each one has taught me something new about cat care and feline wellness. I find it so rewarding to nurse these sick kittens back to health, socialize them and help them learn to ‘cat’. My favorite part of fostering is finding each kitty the purrfect home where they can get all the love and live the life they deserve. It is bittersweet work and I’ve had a few foster fails, so we are now a happy cat family of five: I have Samson and Cashew, my OG resident cats. And then there are my foster fails - Apricot (I had her as a bottle baby at 3.5 weeks old), Habanero and Serrano (brothers I fostered at 6 weeks old).
✔️ oral medication - pills
✔️ oral medication - liquids
✔️ eye medication
✔️ ear medication
✔️ topical medication
✔️ subcutaneous fluids
✔️ injectable medications
Being a Cat Auntie: Meet Them Where They Are
Through fostering, I have gained so much experience with kitties of all different personalities. I try my best to meet them where they are at and keep everyone happy and comfortable. Being a cat mom myself, I worry about my own cats when I go on vacation and so know the importance of providing kitty purrents with lots of updates. Purrents should be able to relax knowing their kitties are happy and well at home, and that is the level of care I strive to provide. I also understand the importance of following the rules of the cat owners, since I want people to respect my boundaries for my own feline companions. I am excited to get the opportunity to make more kitty fur-einds and can’t wait to meet your kittos! I promise to give them the same love and attention I give my own cats and all my foster babies. Thank you for choosing me to be your cat auntie!