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FOSTER HOME NEEDED!!

Poor little old Ida was found as a stray in very poor condtion. A kind person took her to a local vet where they ensured she was comfortable and well cared for. Upon investigation it was found that Ida's liver is not working properly, so she is being given supportive treatment to ensure that she still enjoys a good quality of life. Ida is a sweetheart who just wants somewhere comfortable and cosy to live our her days. She has had a touch of cat flu, so she is needing to live as a single pet, which she will really enjoy as she will receive lots of attention. We are looking for a quieter home, but a single gentle child may be ok - the staff will assess suitability.
For animals that have been diagnosed with a poor prognosis, we make every effort to place them in a foster home to improve their quality of life, where they can live out their days in the comfort of a loving home.

As time often isn't on their side, the sooner we can do this the better. Sadly, due to their age or health, these animals would struggle to find a home through the standard adoption route.

As a foster animal, the cost of their veterinary treatment is covered by our "Pensioners scheme" which is funded from monies raised by our volunteer Friends of RSPCA Southridge charity. Veterinary check-ups take place at the centre or Wood Street Veterinary Hospital in High Barnet, so for convenience, fosterers need to live locally.

Currently we are short of new foster homes for cats, especially ones without existing pets, as some of them are not keen on other animals and would like to be the only pet, or for medical reasons need to be the only cat. Often our foster cats need to be given medication, so experience may be required.

Fostering is hugely rewarding, and often we find that our foster animals gain a new lease of life in a home environment rather than in the cattery.

It goes without saying that you need a big heart to be a fosterer as inevitably there will come a time when the animal passes away. Nevertheless our fosterers can take comfort in that they have provided a loving home to an animal who was in particular need of one, and that is what makes it worthwhile.

If you are interested in applying to be a fosterer we would love to hear from you.

My personality

  • I'd prefer to be the only cat in a home
  • I need to be kept indoors
  • I could live with children of secondary school age
  • I'm a Golden oldie
  • I would prefer not to live with a dog

About Me

Breed: Domestic Shorthair crossbreed
Colour: Tabby
Age: 12 Years (approx)
Ref: 164805

Contact the centre or branch about me:

Southridge Animal Centre

Packhorse Lane Ridge
POTTERS BAR
EN6 3LZ

0300 123 0704

11am-4.15pm Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri & Sat and 1pm-4.15pm Sun (closed Wed). We prioritise animals we have rescued from cruelty and neglect, which means we cannot take in unwanted pets.

About Me

Breed: Domestic Shorthair crossbreed
Colour: Tabby
Age: 12 Years (approx)
Ref: 164805

Thinking of adopting me?

There's a lot to think about before taking on a pet. Read our rehoming page to find out more about adopting from the RSPCA.

Questions about pet rehoming?

Call us on 0300 123 0704 or email

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