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Unofficial foster caring?

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Clud Clud VIC Posts: 1559
1 7 Apr 2014
Hi,

I'd love to foster care a cats, i have a nice big house and a secure lockable bedroom pet. The problem is im renting a room in student accommodation... But we like never get any house inspections or what ever so i wont get caught. The annoying thing though is a lot of the official foster caring programs for pets seem to ask if you have permission from your landlord? I guess i could try lying, but some even ask for a signed document saying its fine!

I know some people happen to adopt and foster out cats by themselves, rather than an actual shelter or organisation, perhaps I could try and do that?

I live in the Inner West, Sydney.
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maddie45 maddie45 VIC Posts: 167
2 7 Apr 2014
Clud said:
Hi,

I'd love to foster care a cats, i have a nice big house and a secure lockable bedroom pet. The problem is im renting a room in student accommodation... But we like never get any house inspections or what ever so i wont get caught. The annoying thing though is a lot of the official foster caring programs for pets seem to ask if you have permission from your landlord? I guess i could try lying, but some even ask for a signed document saying its fine!

I know some people happen to adopt and foster out cats by themselves, rather than an actual shelter or organisation, perhaps I could try and do that?

I live in the Inner West, Sydney.
It sounds like a good idea in theory happy Keep in mind though if your landlord finds out they might make you get rid of the cat on short notice.
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The British Aussie The British Aussie SA Posts: 212
3 8 Apr 2014
Ok I'd like to say first that is is great that you want to help.

However, agencies have these policies in place for a reason. These are usually abused animals and need to be somewhere secure when fostered. Also it's not appropriate to have cat locked in a bedroom when you are not at the property.

Wait until you're in a secure position where you have you own place, with the space and are actually allowed to have an animal there.
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4_da_animals1 4_da_animals1 SA Posts: 3293
4 12 Apr 2014
Take on giveaways and find them homes yourself! peace
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macksmith345 macksmith345 VIC Posts: 15
5 14 Apr 2014
Private fostering covers any situation where an unofficial arrangement is made for a child to be looked after by someone other than a parent, step-parent, aunt, uncle, grandparent or sibling for more than 28 days................

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