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Foster Supplies

Pop-up Crate:


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Short scratching post

To go into the Pop-up crate

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Small Litter Box


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Wand Toys

You’ll need to prey play – we recommend either a feather/crunchy paper wand toy, or a long ribbon-like one. Your cats will have a preference to what they like best.

You can find them here in our store.

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Door Buddy Strap

After a few days of good things happening on each side of the door, it’s time they get to see each other and get a full scent of their new roommate. It’s crucial you don’t rush this step. If there is hissing and other signs of stress at the door, then wait a few more days. THE best product to use to provide a gap in the door, not big enough for the cat to get out/in, and that won’t close on paws, is the Door Buddy Strap. I’ve done a full video review of this product here.

Watch Molly’s product review on this item here:

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The Best Cat Treats:


My favorite cat treat is Lick 'n Lap. Why? Because I work with a lot of shelter cats who are so frightened in the environment, they act out defensively with aggressive behaviors. It's very important to quickly establish something positive with our presence. If the treat is not appealing enough, cats won't venture out of their comfort zone and give you a chance to build trust. Most cat treats only appeal to about 50% of the cats, but Lick 'n Lap is preferred by about 98% of the cats I give it to. 

It's manufactured in Germany at a high quality, small batch facility. Try some - your cats will LOOOOVE it! You can buy it on Amazon through the link to the right, or we sell it in our store here.

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My 2 go-to Supplements for Fosters:

Tomlyn L-Lysine

L-Lysine is an amino acid that helps treat upper respiratory infections, conjunctivitis and more. I put it on the food for all my foster kittens. I like the Tomlyn brand because it taste great (to cats - I haven't personally tried it yet.)

Probiotics are important for your foster kittens to maintain a healthy digestive tract. I use the Pro Plan FortiFlora because most cats LOVE the flavor of it. 


If you are making homemade or raw for your cat, it is vital that you add taurine to the food. This is a good one that is specifically mixed for cats.

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